Explore Beppu's eight bubbling hells before soaking yourself in a much cooler (but still hot!) public bath. The percolating mud at Oniishibozu Jigoku looks like a monk's shaved head. At Kamado Jigoku (literall "cooking pot hell"), steaming turquoise waters are surrounded by pine trees and overlooked by a colorful demon statue. To immerse yourself, the Suginoi Hotel's Tanayu spa has rooftop infinity pools with eye-popping city views.
Bamboo grows everywhere in Beppu, and you might be surprised at the amazing range of bamboo products offered at the Beppu City Traditional Bamboo Crafts Center during your cruise. This excellent museum shows visitors the history of bamboo craft in Japan, including local weaving techniques. It offers hands-on bamboo craft workshops starting at 400 yen.
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