Jigoku is a Japanese term for "hell". It may also refer to:

  • Hell Girl (Jigoku Shōjo), a Japanese manga and anime which ran from 2005-2006
  • Gate of Hell (film), a 1953 Japanese film
  • Jigoku, a 1960 Japanese horror film
  • Diyu, the realm of the dead or "hell" in Chinese mythology
  • The hot springs of Beppu, Ōita

Other articles related to "jigoku":

Manga Artists and Series Featured in Nakayoshi (past and Present) - J
... Jigoku de Mesu ga Hikaru (Ryōko Takashina) Jigoku Shōjo (Miyuki Etō, created by Jigoku Shōjo Project) Jigoku Shōjo R (Miyuki Etō, created by Jigoku Shōjo Project) Juicy Fruit (Ry ...
Hell Girl
... Hell Girl (地獄少女, Jigoku Shōjo?), also known as Jigoku Shōjo Girl from Hell, is an anime series produced by Aniplex and Studio Deen ... of the first season, the series was followed soon after into a second, Jigoku Shōjo Futakomori (地獄少女 二籠?), which premiered October 7, 2006 ... was first announced on the mobile version of the series' official website Jigoku Tsūshin ...
Jigoku (film) - Production
... Jigoku was made in a hurry, and was the last Shintōhō production ... Morita said that Nobuo Nakagawa tried in many ways to make Jigoku different from other horror films from the time ... the acclaimed Nikkatsu Roman Porno director Tatsumi Kumashiro remade Jigoku for Toei ...
Jigoku (film)
... Jigoku (地獄?, "Hell"), also titled The Sinners of Hell, is a 1960 Japanese horror film, directed by Nobuo Nakagawa and starring Utako Mitsuya and Shigeru ... Jigoku was re-made in 1970 by Tatsumi Kumashiro, and later re-made again under the title of Japanese Hell by Teruo Ishii in 1999 ... Jigoku is notable for separating itself from other Japanese horror films of the era such as Kwaidan or Onibaba due to its graphic imagery of torment in Hell ...