The hot spring areas are divided into eight major locations known as the Beppu Hatto. The hells of Beppu attract thousands of travelers as a viewing area of the iconic hot springs of Oita. One of the famous springs also known as the landmark of the hells of Buppu is the Chinoike Jigoku or Bloody hell spring, which glows with a slightly natural crimson red. A wide variety of baths are offered at varies location like sand baths at Kamegawa Hot Spring. While at Kannawa Hot Spring, visitors can experience a special steam bath, which is the iconic symbol of hot springs in Beppu. Hamawaki Hot Spring is regarded as the originating and oldest hot spring out of the Beppu Hatto. Traditional inns at this location provide an authentic touch to the overall osen experience in Japan. Travelers in search of a view to go along with the relaxing osen can choose to travel to Kankaiji Hot Spring with an altitude of 150 meters offering the best views out of the Beppu Hatto. Resort hotels as wells as entertainment facilities around this area provide a different atmosphere then that of Hamawaki Osen. The therapeutic waters at Shibaseki Hot Spring is said to have been visited by Emperor Daigo and Emperor Goreisen over a thousand years ago. The health benefits from this water have been scientifically proven and selected as one of Japan’s national hot spring health resorts. Local street food at the osen areas are made with local ingredients using hot spring steams to enhance the overall natural favors of the food.