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Steam In The Morning
I like the lights on the far building glowing in the steam.
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Steam From Nozawa Onsen
These springs are beyond bathing hot and are generally used for cooking vegetables.
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Covered Hot Spring Water
I like the frost on the top of the covers.
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Steam Shed
I think this shed was directly connected to a hot springs source. The hot water pours from tub to tub and people soak some sort of food product in them.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Aso Volcano to Oguni Village > Steam Shed

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.
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Blue Pool of Hell
Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but the grounds and surround gates are also worth visiting. The pool was hard to photograph - there is so much steam, the pool and the color is often obscured.
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Steaming Rock at Umi Jigoku
Umi Jigoku is known for it's sea-blue pool, but there also is a rust colored pool on the site.
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Second Trip to Japan > Beppu > Steaming Rock at Umi Jigoku