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Just stayed one night without meals.
We didn't expect this land to be this beautiful and it was good surprise.
Walking distance to Kurokawa Onsen town but driving might be easier. You'll need car to get to Kurokawa onsen. Bus is very limited....More
I Onsen hopped, staying at 3 different ryokans in Kurokawa. I so wanted Okunoyu to be good. Its infrastructure was streets ahead of any competitor. Nestled besides a waterfall, the location was superb. One cannot get any closer to nature. The ryokan was spacious. It...More
Wow. Traditional construction. Ambiance was awesome. Cozy. Romantic. There's a no kid policy so it was really really quiet. The bar was based on the honour system! It was also cozy and the music and sound system was perfect. We got a room with an...More
We drove over from Fukuoka for 1 night. We were in 1 of 6 rooms that had tatami room, 2 beds, massage chair, private indoor bath and outdoor rotenburo. There was also a public rotenburo with a stream going by. Outside or room were momiji...More
This whole village is beautiful and worth the effort to get there. We rented a car and driving here was not too difficult. Make sure you have the correct phone # to use in your GPS. Or ask your rental agency to save the entry...More
Response from Alexander W | Reviewed this property |
The villiage Kurokawa is very small and I didn't see any restaurants when I was there. However the food in the hotel is excellent and I recommend you to eat on your hotel room. Don't know where Ao Nang is ( you don't mean... More
The villiage Kurokawa is very small and I didn't see any restaurants when I was there. However the food in the hotel is excellent and I recommend you to eat on your hotel room. Don't know where Ao Nang is ( you don't mean the district in Thailand do you?)