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The Ryokan Yamamizuki was perfect: excellent service, very good food, dream inspired Onsen and beautiful Ryokan. We arrived with the private bus to the Ryokan and were warmly welcomed. A perfectly english speaking Mr. Hasegawa checked us in and presented us the whole Ryokan and...More
First up, thanks to Taishi for assisting us with our last minute transportation changes (we lost our drivers permits prior to heading to Yamamizuki)! This place came recommended for their spas and we were glad we got a room with an in-room bath too which...More
This place is certainly a splurge, but we enjoyed our stay here immensely. The staff were very attentive and helpful; they greeted us at the parking lot and helped us with our luggage. They came and put out our futons while we had dinner as...More
After doing some onsen hopping in Kurokawa Onsen, I can conclude that Yamamizuki has one of the best outdoor baths in a town famous for its outdoor baths. Both the men's and women's baths rest next to a flowing river with a small waterfall. Sitting...More
It was a little treat for us. I'd say it's slightly on the luxury scale for tourists given the competitive prices in japanese business hotel (modern, clean, basic enough for travellers). You will need to drive if you want to stay in kurokawa. There's pretty...More
Hot SpringOutdoor Hot SpringsOur alluring outdoor hot springs, which provide you the luxury of being one with nature along side a beautiful natural mountain stream, lush with trees is an experience worth ...Moreencountering. The sound of the water trickling through the mountains while soaking in the hot springs is such an enriching experience that you will never want it to end. Enjoy the splendor of “Yamamizuki,” a symbol that cherishes nature and comfort. Less
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Response from Jonathan A | Reviewed this property |
I'm quoting below from Japan Guide's page for Kurokawa Onsen. I'd recommend you research the bus or train schedules and inform Yamamizuki what time you will arrive at Kurokawa Onsen so they can pick you up. Hope... More
I'm quoting below from Japan Guide's page for Kurokawa Onsen. I'd recommend you research the bus or train schedules and inform Yamamizuki what time you will arrive at Kurokawa Onsen so they can pick you up. Hope you have a great trip.
By highway bus
A direct highway bus runs twice per day between Fukuoka (Hakata Station, Tenjin Bus Center and Fukuoka Airport) and Kurokawa Onsen. The one way trip takes around 2.5 hours, costs 3090 yen and is covered by the Sun Q Pass.
By train (for rail pass holders)
Kurokawa Onsen is not connected to the railway network, but Japan Rail Pass and Kyushu Rail Pass holders can save a few yen by boarding the above mentioned Fukuoka-Kurokawa highway bus at Hita instead of Hakata. Hita Station is accessed from Fukuoka's Hakata Station by direct limited express train (75 minutes, 3000 yen one way) or by local trains via Kurume (100 minutes, 1650 yen); both fully covered by the JR passes. The bus ride from Hita Bus Center to Kurokawa takes 70 minutes and costs 1850 yen. There are two buses per day.