There are eight different Jigoku in Beppu, each of which has an entrance fee of 400 Yen. A combination ticket for all the Jigoku can be purchased at any of them for a price of 2100 Yen.
Umi-Jigoku: the Sea Hell, which features a large 200 meter deep pond of boiling water with a characteristic cobalt-blue color which reminds of the sea.
Oniishibozu-Jigoku: the so called Shaven Monk's Head Hell receives this name because the large bubbles of hot gray mud which emerge from the ground, remind of the shaven head of a Buddhist monk.
Yama-Jigoku: the Mountain Hell takes its name from the mountain of mud formed through centuries over a setamy pond. This Jigoku includes also a mini-zoo with a few exotic animals.
Kamado-Jigoku: the Boiling Hell is a picturesque site centered in a giant statue of a red demon over a series of boiling ponds.
Oniyama-Jigoku: the Demon Mountain Hell is home of a great variety of crocodiles living beside the steamy ponds.
Shiraike-Jigoku: the White Pond Hell has a large pond in which the hot water that emerges from the ground has a rare creamy white color.
Chinoike-Jigoku: this hell is known as the Blood Pond Hell because of the intense red color of its boiling waters, given by the clay contained in the earth surrounding it.
Tatsumaki-Jigoku: the Geyser Hell, considered a natural monument of Beppu, is centered around its impressive geyser which violently spouts boiling water and steam into the air in intervals.