Accommodations / Hot Spring Spots in Kumamoto Area

  • Takefue
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    5.0
    399 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiogunimachi Manganji 5725-1
    This hot spring inn in Minamioguni Town, Aso County welcomes day guests as well as those staying over. The inn is located in the expansive 13,240 square meter property covered by bamboo groves, and the bamboo groves also create comforting environments for their three unique reservable private baths. Completely free flowing from the source, the therapeutic hot spring water is thought to be more medically effective than other hot spring water, helping to alleviate nerve pain, muscle soreness, and fatigue, as well as promote healthy skin. They have many plans to choose from to help you enjoy your visit.

    Japan has no shortage of incredible sightseeing spots, charming Onsen towns, and amazing luxury ryokans. Even with that said - of all of the ryokans we have ever stayed at, Takefue is our absolute...

  • Ryokan Sanga
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    4.5
    354 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiogunimachi Manganji 6961-1
    This hot spring inn located in Minamioguni Town, Aso County welcomes day visitors as well as overnight guests. They have a variety of facilities, including a cascading bath, a wooden bucket shaped reservable large private bath, an open-air bath surrounded by Aso's volcanic natural setting, and a large bathing area using a blend of water drawn from their two on-site hot spring sources. Each of these has different properties: One is a simple sulfur spring said to have various therapeutic properties, and the other a sodium chloride - hydrogen carbonate - sulfate spring that's good for the skin.

    The property is gorgeous. Gardens are so lovingly cared for. We were warmly welcomed by the parking lot attendant, front desk staff and everyone else we met. The baths, especially the rotemburo...

  • Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu
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    4.0
    135 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiogunimachi Manganji Kurokawa 6567
    This is the 26-room Kurokawa hot spring traditional Japanese inn. It sits on an extensive site of 6,600 meters squared; you can enjoy a variety of hot springs 24 hours a day depending on your personal taste such as the open-air bath, the cave bath or the family bath which can be reserved. The handcrafted river bath is popular, which commands a view of the spectacular waterfall at the front. There is also Kurokawa’s only heated hot spring pool, so you can even visit with children and have peace of mind.

    I had high expectations of this place from the reviews and how it’s a lot more expensive than most Onsens. The good It’s a lovely setting. Next to the river it’s very pretty. The dinner was great...

  • HOTEL GREENPIA MINAMIASO
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    4.0
    169 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiasomura Hisaishi 4411-9
    This day-use hot spring hotel is in Minamiaso Village, Aso County. Come for the bathing, the food, and the great view of Mt. Aso's five peaks. Their outdoor bath, which allows bathers to take in the seasonal scenery, and their Ishizumi-no-Yu bath, which conjures up the image of magnificent Mt. Aso, are great places for a soak. The restaurant has a lunch buffet, and their relaxation facilities offer esthetic treatments and more.

    Stayed for 1 night in January 2021. Took the sukiyaki dinner plan and the food was really good, with a side buffet of items such as fish, potato, vegetables, fruits, salad, and even yogurt and...

  • Kurokawaso
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    4.5
    152 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiogunimachi Manganji 6755-1
    This hot spring hotel is located below Kurokawa Onsen, part of Minamioguni Town, Aso County. It's a great place for a relaxing soak while gazing at the seasonal scenery. They have an open-air bath with a view of the nearby Byobu-Iwa cliffs and three different reservable private baths. They welcome people dropping in to use the baths as well as guests who spend the night.

    The Kurokawaso is a Ryokan complete in every respect. The loaction at the river is beautiful, the rooms traditional, spacious, clean and quite. The private onsen as well as the shared onsen are...

  • Yamaga Onsen Sakurayu
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    4.0
    88 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Yamagashi Yamaga 1-1
    This day use hot spring facility is in Yamaga City, Kumamoto Prefecture. It was demolished in 1973, rebuilt in 2012, and is now one of the largest wooden spas on the island of Kyushu. It features a spacious inner bathing area replete with stone and wood, and its free-flowing alkaline simple thermal spring is said to be good for the skin. They also regularly hold special events such as Yamaga Sakurayu kaito Festival, and more.

    It is worth traveling to Yamaga to visit this public bath. It is very simple with just one big bathtub. There is no modern facility like sauna. But it is the original form of public bath in Japan...

  • Senomoto Kogen Hotel
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    4.0
    77 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Aso-gun Minamiogunimachi Manganji 5644
    This hot spring hotel is in Minamioguni Town, Aso County. They have an open-air bath where you can soak while taking in the amazing view of the natural surroundings. The large bathing area has a sweeping view of the five peaks of Mt. Aso, and reservable private baths that are perfect for unwinding as well. The weakly alkaline hot spring water is said to help alleviate muscle soreness, joint pain, and fatigue.

    Rooms were a bit cramped and no amenities. The bed was hard as rock and it would have been appreciated if there were an extra pillow. Set the temperature at 20 C but the room was still hot and stuffy...

  • Tamana Spa Tsukasanoyu
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    4.5
    51 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Tamanashi Ryuganji East Stage 656-1
    This hot spring spa is in Tamana City. The weak alkaline simple hot spring water is clear and colorless, has a velvety feel, and is known for its beautifying properties. The large public bathing area has a dry sauna and five baths including a one made of hinoki cypress. There is also reservable private baths and a variety of relaxation services like aromatherapy and massage.

    Highly recommended for not just Japanese, but for foreign visitors too. Its a gem place in a countryside of Kumamoto. Lots of different type of onsen(hot spring), a reasonably priced food court with...

  • Hinoyama Onsen Dondokoyu
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    3.5
    58 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiasomura Shimono 135-1
    Approximately a 40 minute drive from the Kumamoto Interchange off of the Kyushu Expressway, this facility boasts the largest acreage in West Japan for a hot springs spa resort, and adjoins the Arden Hotel Aso. In total, the waters for all of the 13 baths, for women and men, are direct flowing sulfate spring waters said to be beneficial for hardening of the arteries, and external cuts. The pride of the resort is its luxurious outdoor garden bath rustically designed with natural trees, and large lava boulders. The restaurant, coin massage corner, and free relaxation lounge are recommended. The shop selling the local Aso vegetables and farm products are also a treat. Lodging guests of the Arden Hotel Aso may bathe as many times as they wish for free.

    There are a few hot spring baths here but all of them are pretty much the same. One is touted as a jacuzzi but it’s just little bit bubbly. No massaging jets or anything like that. There is a sauna...

  • Boyokaku
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    3.5
    56 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Amakusa-shi Amakusamachi Shimodakita 1201
    This Amakusa City hot spring hotel on the western Amakusa Coast draws all its water right from the source. The water is said to have beautifying properties, as well as help heal cuts and chronic skin diseases. They have a large Roman-style bath made of granite and an open-air rock bath. They welcome day visitors.

    年配の仲居さんたちも男性スタッフもとても感じが良く居心地はよかったのですが 肝心のお食事は極めて普通の料理でした 〆の汁なしうどんが冷凍焼けしていて冷凍のにおいがしていたので食べていません お部屋でのwifiはつながるけれど使えませんでした リピートはありません

  • Kanpo no Yado Aso
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    4.0
    36 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asoshi Ichinomiyamachimiyaji 5936
    This hot spring hotel has a panoramic view of Aso Gogaku, the five peaks of Mt. Aso. A stay will let you soak in the baths, dine, and play tennis or ground golf. They have 12 kinds of bathing facilities including an open-air bath, a reclining bath, and an herbal bath. They baths are fed by a hydrogen carbonate - sulfate spring with sodium, calcium, and magnesium is said to help heal burns and cuts, as well as hardening of the arteries. The men's and women's bathing sections alternate daily, and they welcome guests who stop in just for a soak.

    instead of staying at Aso, we decided to go to Miyaji, and stay at the Kanpo no Yado, where we had a room (6th floor) with spectacular view on mount Aso. The hotel is comfortable (tatami-rooms), and...

  • YUTORELO YAMAGA
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    3.5
    38 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Yamagashi Munakatadori 702
    This hot spring hotel is located in Yamaga City, Kumamoto Prefecture. All of the water in the baths is from an alkaline simple thermal spring flowing freely from the source. It's said to have beautifying properties and be good for the skin. The large public bathing area features an open-air bath encircled with stones. They welcome guests who just come to use the baths, so they see both local visitors and tourists alike.

    ホテルは古いけど壁紙などリフォームされて清掃も行き届いて安心でした。ホテルロビー前には、炭火が用意してありそこでマシュマロが焼けて美味しかったです。お風呂もコロナの時期だからか貸切状態で、ゆっくり出来ました。

  • Kusamakura Onsen Tensui
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    4.0
    27 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Tamanashi Tensuimachioama 511-1
    This hot spring spa in Tamana City uses 100% natural geothermally heated water for not only bathtubs but also showers. The open-air bath overlooks the Ariake Sea and the Shimabara Peninsula. They also prepare a fruit bath with floating local mandarin oranges when the season's right, and their Kusamakura bath has an ambiance like a scene from Japanese literature(Natsume Soseki’s Kusamakura). This spa's simple alkaline water is said to help alleviate nerve pain, muscle soreness, and joint pain.

    近くに寄った際、休憩に利用させていただきました。レトロな雰囲気もある地域密着型の温泉館だと思います。高台にあるので景色が良く、夕方だったので温泉館の落ち着いた雰囲気にマッチしていました。コロナが落ち着いたら、温泉も利用させていただきたいです。

  • Yulax
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    4.5
    10 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Kumamotoshichuouku Honjoumachi 722
    This hot spring spa located about a 3-minute walk from JR Heisei Station is open 24 hours a day. It's calcium - sodium chloride spring wells up from 1,000 meters underground. Besides warming you up nicely, it's said to help improve blood circulation. The natural hot spring water is used for not only bathtubs but also showers. It has a large public bath, an open-air bath, and a sauna. You'll want to stay and relax all day.

    サウナ好きには全国的に名が知られる温浴施設です。 複数種ある本格的サウナで全身の汗腺を開いた後は、 深さ171cmの天然水水風呂で引き締め、外気浴でディープなリラックスを味わい、 その後はリクライニング風呂で暖まりながらさらにリラックスが出来ます。 サウナ好きは全国どこからでも足を運ぶ価値があると思います。

  • Kikuminami Onsen Spa Resort Agannasse
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    4.0
    22 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Kumamotoshikitaku Tsuruhada 3-10-1
    This day-use hot spring spa in Kita Ward, Kumamoto City has the most abundant water flow in the city. The hydrogen carbonate spring is said to have moisturizing properties that are good for the skin. Its many facilities include a large bathing area with a therapeutic bath, an open-air bath with a view of their Asian garden, a bedrock bath, and a Löyly sauna with relatively low temperatures and high humidity. Their reservable private baths are popular too.

    For first time, you may get little confuse what you can do and what you should wear or not wear. I recommend to go there with someone who can speak Japanese. Its great relaxing place with hot...

  • Komatsuya Nagisakan
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    4.0
    29 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Kamiamakusashi Oyanomachinaka 10044-3
    This day-use hot spring is in Kamiamakusa City, Kumamoto Prefecture. Its open-air bath has a panoramic view that takes in the sea. Their indoor bathing area with its large window has an impressive view too. The sodium - calcium chloride hot spring water is said to help alleviate nerve pain and muscle soreness.

    We booked this hotel while on the way from Kumamoto to Amakusa before going to Nagasaki via the car ferry using the Onniike line...This hotel was a stop-by in between. The hotel is in d middle of...

  • Satonoyu Waraku
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    4.0
    42 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunminamiogunimachi Manganji 6351-1
    This hot spring hotel is in Minamioguni Town, Aso County. They welcome people dropping in to use the baths as well as guests who spend the night. You can unwind in their open-air bath made with large stones, surrounded by trees. The sulfur containing sodium chloride sulfate spring is drawn from the source at Kurokawa Onsen. It is said to help alleviate nerve pain, muscle soreness, and fatigue.

    まるで、映画のセットのような古民家旅館 韓国の大手・サムスンの社長たちや、香港や中国の富裕層、ヨーロッパの旅行者などに愛される黒川温泉の中でもツウな旅館宿。 最も良い点が、 非日常感。 全てを忘れさせるような原風景 秘境の中の、隠れ宿。 料理は、温故知新な和風モダン。 中央の厨房が見えるスタイルで、料理人たちのライブが楽しめる。 遠藤...

  • Asozuru Onsen Lodge Mura
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    4.5
    35 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Asogunogunimachi Nishizato 2053-64
    This hot spring hotel in Oguni Town, Aso County welcomes people dropping in to use the baths as well as guests who spend the night. Their open-air bath looks out on the nearby Quasi-National Park's natural environment, including Mt. Aso's outer rim. All of their rooms are equipped with natural hot spring baths. When the weather's clear, the starry night sky is amazing. Guests can dine on barbecue and sukiyaki (thin slices of beef cooked with vegetables) on the terrace.

    各部屋に自分で勝手にお湯を張って入れる露天風呂があって面白い!あいにく雨だったので遠くの景色なども見えなくて雨に打たれながら露天風呂に入りました。お天気のいい時だったらどんなに素敵かと残念です。

  • Matsushima Kanko Hotel Misakitei
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    3.0
    47 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Kamiamakusashi Matsushimamachiaitsu 4710
    This hot spring hotel in Kamiamakusa City, Kumamoto Prefecture is popular with tourists who've come to see the city. It has an open-air bath where you can view the seasonal scenery of their Japanese garden, as well as four open-air reservable private baths, each with its own ambiance. The sodium chloride hot spring water is said to ease rheumatism and movement disorders. They welcome visitors who stop by just to use the baths.

    Stayed one night at Matsushima Kanko Hotel Misakitei on way to Kagoshima. It is located on a small hill next to highway and has a great view of the many small islets in inner sea. The service, food...

  • Shichijo Onsen Dome
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    4.0
    12 Reviews
    Accommodations / Hot Spring
    Kumamoto Pref. Kikuchishi Shichijoumachihayashibaru 962-1
    This hot spring hotel in Kikuchi City welcomes guests who stop by just to use the baths. The spa has 12 kinds of baths, including a footbath and a reservable private family bath. The alkaline hot spring water is said to help relieve nerve pain, muscle soreness, and fatigue. The hotel also has facilities for sports training, seminars, banquets, and other functions.

    菊池市の旧七城町エリアにある施設です。温泉施設がメインですが、宿泊や宴会の瀬施設も整っているようです。 行ってみて、平日なのに人が多くてびっくりですが、よくできた施設だと思います。 ロビー周辺もゆったりしていて広く、温泉も広くて大人数が入っていても、混み合った感じはなく比較的ゆっくりと入れます。いろんな種類のお風呂があって、楽しめました。特にマイナスイオン浴はぬる湯でのんびりできました。露天には歩...

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Kumamoto lies in the center of Kyushu, a calm prefecture perfect for easy strolls around the historic center and lazy evenings in the natural hot springs at Kurokawa Onsen. For a slightly more strenuous activity, head to Mount Aso, whose surrounding hills offer hiking opportunities aplenty with views over the active volcano.

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