Takasaki mountain that borders Beppu is famous for wild monkeys, specifically the Japanese Macaque.
[caption id="attachment_15835" align="aligncenter" width="644"] Japanese macaques gather on a tyre at Sapporo Maruyama Zoo in Sapporo, northern Japan, January 18, 2010. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN – Tags: ANIMALS)[/caption]
Outside the city, scenic spots include mountain plateaus, seaside villages and towns renowned for onsen (geothermal hot springs).
Yufugawa Valley stretches over 12 kilometers between Yufu & Beppu. It was created by erosion of the Yufu-gawa River over years. The enchanting 15 to 60 meters deep valley offers magical scenery for visitors to enjoy, & especially the view from a suspension bridge over the stream in Saruwatari is magnificent. Because of its beauty, the valley is called “Oriental Tyrol”
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