Unzen may feel a little distance for travelers who are used to "cheap prices, short distances, and short time". This hot spring town is located at an altitude of about 700 meters and is surrounded by mountains up to 1,000 meters high on the Shimabara Peninsula. It is a 1.5-hour drive from Nagasaki Airport and Nagasaki City. It takes about 2 hours to fly from Haneda Airport to Nagasaki Airport, which is not a distance that you can go out with just wearing slippers. However, travel is meant to be such a thing. Get away from the world and have a special time you don't usually see or experience.
Another world inhabited by "immortals" above "clouds" is an ideal place to forget about everyday life. Just going to "Unzen Hell" to enjoy the vast landscape surrounded by steam and covered with white clay called "Onsen Yuki" should be able to photo retouching experience a world that is not real life. You can also view more than 30 hells including "Aiji Hell", "Qingqi Hell", "Screaming Great Hell" and so on from the trail. A hot spring that is a mixture of groundwater and rainwater. Unzen Hell Photo Credit: Key Review Website Japan Site Unzen hell surrounded by steam. At "Unzen Ariake Hotel" (TEL: +81-957-73-3206), which celebrates its 118th anniversary this year, you can enjoy hot springs that flow directly from the source.
It is said that the strong acid sulfur spring with a pH of 1.9 has the effect of tightening the skin. Just take a relaxing dip to relax your body and mind, and experience the feeling of warming your body and mind in the open-air bath while listening to the sound of flowing water. luxury. For dinner, you can also enjoy exquisite dishes made with fried abalone from Obama Port and Japanese Wagyu beef from the local island. The tableware and utensils of the Meiji and Taisho eras are displayed in the museum, giving the impression of an old-fashioned hotel, but since last year, Mr. Hirayu Akira, the person in charge, believed that "the hotel has not kept up with the changes of the times" and started some new attempts.