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Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku Eggs Cooking Oguni Village North
Oguni Village North The large tower on the left is the hotel we stayed in. The huge building on the right is the largest in town - it probably has 100 rooms.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Aso Volcano to Oguni Village > Oguni Village North

Eggs Cooking Many of the hot springs were selling hard boiled eggs cooked in the spring water. These eggs were 50 yen each (70 cents Canadian) and included a little packet of salt. There was no sulfur taste.
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John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Kurokawa Hot Spring and Takachiho Gorge > Eggs Cooking

Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but I found the more natural (and less steamy) rust coloured pool more attractive.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Beppu > Boiling Red Spring at Umi Jigoku