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Oita Stadium

Oita Stadium

With a capacity of 40,000 seats and a roof that can be completely closed, the Oita Stadium was the venue for several games of the 2019 Rugby World Cup...

Oita
Umi Jigoku

Umi Jigoku

Umi Jigoku ("Sea hell") is one of Beppu's seven 'Hells', renowned hot spring attractions known for their unique natural appearances (not bathing!). The..

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Usuki Stone Buddhas

Usuki Stone Buddhas

The Usuki Stone Buddhas of Oita Prefecture are comprised of four groups of carved stone Buddhas. It’s unclear why these Buddhas were carved here, however,..

Oita
Harmonyland

Harmonyland

Sanrios Harmonyland is a must for all Hello Kitty fans. This diverse amusement park offers everything the heart desires for Hello Kitty and cute lovers...

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Inazumi Underwater Caves

Inazumi Underwater Caves

The Inazumi Underwater Limestone Caves in Oita Prefecture are the largest series of underwater limestone caves in Japan. The caves were formed 300 million..

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Lake Kinrin

Lake Kinrin

Kinrin Lake is located in Yufuin Onsen in Oita Prefecture. The name Kinrin means" "Golden Fish Scale" "The source of this name is the fish swimming in..

Oita
Beppu Sand Beach

Beppu Sand Beach

If you're suffering from chronic pain, high blood pressure, stress, or almost any other ailment you can imagine, look no further than the famous sands..

Oita
Umi-Tamago

Umi-Tamago

Umi-Tamago in Oita Prefecture boasts as a place where you can befriend sea animals. Feel yourself become one with marine life at this hands-on experience..

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