Kamado Jigoku


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Kamado Jigoku or “cooking pot hell”, was named after an ancient myth in which people cooked rice by using gas from the springs that discharge at 90 ℃ (about 194℉) as an offering to the Ujigami (guardian god) for the festival of Kamado Hachimangu Shrine. A bright red demon called “oni” in Japanese standing on a huge cooking pot is the symbol of this Jigoku. The Jigoku features different kinds of ponds, such as a mysterious pond that changes color several times a year. Visitors to this Jigoku can sample the hot springs water, enjoy a hand and foot bath, and try various snacks that are cooked by the steams of the hot spring.

 

 


9:00 - 17:00
7 days a week


¥ 400 adult
¥ 2,000 adult ( 7-Hell Passport)


Free WiFi
Toilet
Barrier Free
Luggage Service
Foot Bath (Ashi Yu)
English Supported
Korean Supported
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