Kamado jigoku, the "cooking pot hell" features several boiling ponds and a flashy demon statue as cook.:
Chinoike Jigoku , the "blood pond hell" features a pond of hot, red water:
Shiraike jigoku, the "white pond hell" got its name from its milky white water.
Oniishibozu jigoku is named after the mud bubbles, which emerge from boiling mud pools and look like the shaven heads of monks:
In oniyama jigoku crocodiles and alligators are bred and kept , hence it name 'monster mountain hell':
Tatsumaki jigoku, the "spout hell" features a boiling hot geyser, which erupts every 25-30 minutes for a couple of minutes: