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Have been to several Onsen sites in Beppu, the smell of Myoban was definitely the strongest. The spring was somewhat white (similar to but a bit lighter than milk).
There were two popular outdoor Onsen, one by Myoban Yu no Sato and the other by...More
Out of all the places we have visited in Japan, including major cities like Tokyo, this onsen is among my top five choices.
The location is a quick and cheap bus ride away. Just take the local bus from Beppu. The place is easily identifiable...More
JNTO mentions nothing in their .PDF files but if you Google their site they do have a short feature about it.
I had been to Beppu around 4-5 times and never knew about this place because it is somewhat north of the city. I found...More
If you grew up like me watching japanese Anime you cannot miss the chance to make an open air onsen experience. This place IS the place. You'll take a bath in a hot and steamy water pond over looking a takebreathing view of Beppu with...More
We went to Myoban onsen village for a visit but we never try their onsen. Instead, we opted to try Onsen Hoyoland for their Mud onsen. The sulphur is very strong in Myoban. We could see the steams coming out from literally everywhere from the...More
Myoban onsen is an area up in the north of Beppu up on a hillside.
We visited Yu no Sato, which was a lovely outdoor onsen on the hill with great views over Beppu to the sea. Unfortunately the views are only accessible if you...More