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Place Beppu

Beppu (別府市, Beppu-shi) is a city in Ōita Prefecture on the island of Kyushu, Japan, at the west end of Beppu Bay. As of March 31, 2017, the city had a population of 122,643 and a population density of 980/km2 (2,500/sq mi). The total area is 125.13 km2 (48.31 sq mi). Beppu is famous for its hot springs.

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91.33km
Kurume Civic Center
Brutalism 1935
78.28km
Watanabe Memorial Hall
Brutalism
90.71km
Religious Center, Tensho Kotai Jingu-Kyo Sect
Atlas Obscura 2019
89.79km
Tonkararin

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Atlas Obscura 2020
11.77km
Yufuin Floral Village

Discover Yufuin Floral Village in Yufu, Japan: This amusement park brings a little slice of England to the heart of Kyushu.

Atlas Obscura 2020
106.35km
Akiyoshido Cave

Discover Akiyoshido Cave in Mine, Japan: Approximately 300 million years ago, a massive coral reef existed in what is now the largest limestone cave in Japan.

Atlas Obscura 2017
90.44km
Kumamoto Castle

Discover Kumamoto Castle in Kumamoto, Japan: The iconic castle that withstood a magnitude 6.2 earthquake has become a symbol of resilience.

Atlas Obscura 2020
33.31km
Usuki Stone Buddhas

Discover Usuki Stone Buddhas in Usuki, Japan: These medieval stone-cut Buddhist statues may protect visitors from being fired.

Brutalism 1960
12.45km
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Brutalism 1965
90.14km
Toku’un-ji Temple Ossuary
Atlas Obscura 2020
118.38km
Iwakuni Shirohebi Shrine

Discover Iwakuni Shirohebi Shrine in Iwakuni, Japan: A shrine dedicated to the sacred white snakes of Iwakuni, whose albinism has been passed down for generations.

Atlas Obscura 2020
88.88km
Ganryū-jima

Discover Ganryū-jima in Shimonoseki, Japan: The site of a famous samurai duel.

Brutalism
13.6km
Iwata Girls High School
Brutalism
12.08km
Oita Prefectural Library (today Oita Art Plaza)

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