All rooms in this hotel, which is located slightly away from the bustling Kurokawa Onsen resort, are separated in individual buildings, and are equipped with private open-air baths.
Thanks to its privileged location within a forest, this hotel is perfect for those who are looking to spend some quiet time.
The open-air onsen includes a “tachiyu” that is considered to be the deepest in Japan, where guests can bath standing, and a private open-air onsen.
Dinner meals offer such a gorgeous lineup of dishes that they could be referred to as a “course of Japanese tradition”.
Popular ryokan with a large number of repeat visitors.
From Kumamoto Airport, take a Kyushu crossing sightseeing bus and get off at Kurokawa Onsen.
From Kumamoto Station, take a Kyushu crossing sightseeing bus and get off at Kurokawa Onsen.