Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu
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Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu

6567 Manganji Kurogawa, Minamioguni-machi, Aso-gun 869-2402 Kumamoto Prefecture
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See why so many travellers make Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu their onsen ryokan of choice when visiting Minamioguni-machi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Hiranodai Highland Viewing Platform (0.7 mi) and Kohagiyama Inari Shrine (1.1 mi), guests of Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu can easily experience some of Minamioguni-machi's most well known attractions.

Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning.

You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the onsen ryokan, including shops, a coffee shop, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Asian restaurants, including Shirakawa Soba Kakurean and Yamanomeshi Shala, all of which are a short distance from Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu.

Minamioguni-machi is also home to Tateiwa Suigen Park, a popular park that is not too far from Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu.

At Kurokawa Onsen Okunoyu, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Minamioguni-machi.

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3.5 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Mid-range
River View
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English, Japanese

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6567 Manganji Kurogawa, Minamioguni-machi, Aso-gun 869-2402 Kumamoto Prefecture
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Somewhat walkable
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paullim2016 wrote a review Nov 2023
Singapore, Singapore
4.0 of 5 bubbles
It is probably best to get to the Ryokan via car. For us, it was a little difficult to locate the Ryokan probably due to us missing the signs to where the Ryokan is located. After turning left from the main road, you will need to turn left and drive up the slope to the Ryokan.

We were there early, slightly after 1pm as the check in time is 3pm. We left our luggage at the Ryokan and took a walk around that area. There are some shops and eateries after about a 10-minute walk. But we had some trouble finding a restaurant for a late lunch. Some are closed while another which we wanted does not have seats available. Managed to eventually find a tofu restaurant near that area.

Staff in the Ryokan speak some basic English, which is sufficient for us to do our check in efficiently and get the information we need.

The room we had is on the second floor, which is nice and of a decent size. Clean and comfortable. They provide Yukata in the room, which you can wear when you go to the onsen. Apart from the public onsen, you can also ask for the key from the reception to use the private onsen for an hour, if these are not taken. There are 3 (or four) private onsen available. We really love the onsen, both the private and public onsen. For the public onsen, if you go to the open onsen, do note that it is a mixed onsen, i.e. both males and females share the onsen.

The Ryokan comes with dinner and breakfast at the dining rooms. Quality and quantity of the food for both dinner and breakfast is very good. The service staff in the dining rooms that served us is from Nepal, so apart from their native language, they also speak Japanese and English. Very helpful and cheerful staff.

Overall experience in the Ryokan is very good. Would have given a 5-star rating if there are more eateries around the area for lunch!
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Flyer38884049257 wrote a review Oct 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A lovely place in a quiet setting beside a river. Price includes traditional dinner and breakfast. Ten separate bathing areas including some with mixed bathing outside with a waterfall in the background. A very relaxing and enjoyable stay. Will stay again.
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Peter D wrote a review Dec 2009
Nagano Prefecture, Japan
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I've travelled in Japan a great deal, and stayed in a lot of great places over the last 20+ years. This was one of the best.

Let's deal with the negatives first - they're nearly all generic to this type of lodging. You have few choices - you'll upset the system if you arrive outside the window of 3:30-5:30ish, you don't get to order from a menu, and they don't expect you to hang around in the morning (by 10am the staff were already scrubbing out some of the baths). But that's all expected, and to be honest, 18 hours of not making any decisions is very refreshing!

The main outside baths are off-limits to men from 8pm-10pm to give shy ladies a chance, but that means that the guys get a bit of a short straw. The water in the onsen was more lukewarm than most onsens (but if you're not used to onsen baths that might be a plus). That's about it... I'm struggling to think of any negatives.

The service is excellent even by good ryokan standards. For example, they cleared the snow off the rental car for us in the morning without asking. Our server was attentive, pleasant, eager, and although I'm sure he spoke some English, flattered me by working with my ugly Japanese and explaining the words I didn't understand.

The property is excellent. It's a collection of traditional rural wooden buildings, but clearly has been sympathetically renovated and is well maintained (many atmospheric older places are wonderful but rather rundown). The baths are numerous and all interesting. We tried a couple of private baths first so my friends who'd never taken their clothes off in public before could get used to the idea. The main outdoor bath is classic, looking across the small river. We got lucky in that it was snowing (outdoor spring bathing doesn't get much better) although that translated into slippery paths requring a lot of handholding.

Our room was a 12 tatami (I think), plenty big enough for the three of us, a fairly standard, simple Japanese room with a toilet (heated, with cleaning spray), a large tokonoma, and a view across the snowy stream outside. There was enough heating (it was -4 degs outside). We slept wonderfully on fluffy futons with the sound of the stream outside muffled by the snow.

Dinner, served in our room, was a piece de resistance, one of the best kaiseki meals I've had, culminating in grilled fresh river fish, horsemeat sashimi, and boar stew, with some interesting diversions along the way (crab meat with yuzu for example). Spectacular. Breakfast (in a small separate dining room, again Japanese style) was no less impressive, with some interesting twists (a carrot dressing for the salad) and - the first time I've seen this in any Japanese dining room anywhere - a proper espresso machine!

Getting to Kurokawa was a pleasant drive from Kumamoto in a rental car (flew to Fukuoka and took fast train to Kumamoto). "Okunoyu" means the water deep inside, and the onsen is indeed a little remote from the main village, but even so everything's accessible on foot. The village of Kurokawa, although a little self-consciously pretty and obviously dependent on the tourist trade, is well preserved and worth a stroll. On the way back we stopped at a deer farm with an extraordinary topiary collection, an icecream parlour, a kids' petting zoo theme park, and the Suntory brewery for a late lunch and beer. We'd visited the dramatic Kumamoto castle on the way there. Plenty to do!

The Okunoyu staff said they now get quite a few foreign customers, mostly from PRC and Korea, and they were unfazed by us (I'm a Brit, my two friends Chinese Singaporeans). But there were no concessions to foreign tastes apart from the breakfast coffee machine. This is a completely authentic Japanese onsen set in a traditional and well-run ryokan. I can't recommend it highly enough, and if you factor in that your dinner would easily be a $100 ticket in a restaurant, it's good value too. In mid-December it was nowhere close to full, but I'd guess that for much of the year you should book a few months' in advance, especially at weekends. November would be the toughest to book because of visitors coming for the autumn colours.

Go! But don't tell too many of your friends....
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Date of stay: December 2009
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BDurrus wrote a review Jun 2009
Brussels, Belgium
5.0 of 5 bubbles
10 minutes walking from the charming Kurokawa onsen resort ( do not be afraid, you may request their shuttle bus to go "downtown" or to/from the bus stop) Okunoyu ryokan is really the ryokan you have always dreamed of : it is a quiet, charming and elegant place where all your wishes will be fullfilled : very large and superbly appointed rooms - do not hesitate to reserve one of their 5 western/japanese combined rooms in the so called new building, with a private outside onsen bath on a large terrace overlooking the river -, two superb outdoor baths, an old hiroki bath and 4 other baths that can be privately used.
The private premisses are great, full of flowers and beautifull vegetation. The food is worth at least 2 stars in the Michelin guide and the service (with little but sufficient English) is impeccable and careful.
We are lucky enough to be able to make comparisons with several other ryokans all over Japan: without any hesitation, this was the best experience we made in five trips !
The pricetag for such a quality is on the high side of course but you will very quickly forget the bill when remembering your stay, back home.
A last advice ? Spend 2 nights at Okunoyu , not only to peacefully and slowly savor everything this ryokan has to offer, but also to enjoy the resort itself , a charming place miraculously preserved from all the aggressions of modern Japanese life.
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Date of stay: May 2009
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shineAurora wrote a review Nov 2015
San Jose, California
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I stayed in the special western room with a private onsen on the patio. This was a tranquil, memorable and relaxing experience. The ryokan staff was courteous, friendly and spoke enough English for us to communicate fine. We loved our meals here, we stayed here a total of two nights and none of the meals repeated. Even the location of where we sat changed each morning and night. Everything was very well thought out. We loved staying by the stream and hearing the sound of rushing water to sleep. Walking at night in the grounds was very soothing. Not to mention that most of the onsens in the grounds are opened 24 hours.

Okunoyu offers 3 private baths that you can use for 1 hour just by going to front desk, if it's available you can use it. The views are phenomenal. One of the private baths 'Momiji no yu' offers open bath facing the river, it was the one we enjoyed the most in the grounds. Other than that, the mixed use of the cave onsen and the river onsen facing a waterfall was the best Okunoyu has to offer. For me, I waited until night time when they had a two hour slot for ladies use only.

The room was cozy and we had different desserts every day that they left in our room. We enjoyed drinking the green tea after usage of the private onsen. They have a small water boiler in the room. I also opted to do a 60 min lymphatic massage. I loved everything about my stay here!

Tips: they offer complimentary shuttle service from the kurokawa bus stop to the resort (it's just a 3 min. shuttle ride). FYI, from aso station to kurokawa, you can take the Kyushu Odan bus for 990 yen. The buses run infrequently, only 3 times a day.
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Date of stay: November 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Samster101 wrote a review May 2018
Singapore, Singapore
1.0 of 5 bubbles
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 had a large lobby, a hall for dinner, a hall for breakfast and even a hall for coffee! One can look into the beautiful forest for hours seated in these halls. It was the only ryokan I visited that had proper beds. The room was large enough. Other ryokans had to push aside its small dining table to roll out the futon beds which when too thin, hurts the back. This is a major plus for older non-Japanese folks like me who are not used to sitting on the floor and need a rest on a proper bed during the day.

Okunoyu has many Onsens including private baths, gender separated baths and 3 outdoor mixed Onsens, which is a rarity. You will not be disappointed if you are an Onsen fan.

However, its strength turns out to be its Achilles heel. Overall, the place looked rather unkempt. The big hallways were dingy and inhospitable. The Front Counter was manned by hostile Japanese men. I arrived an hour earlier and was told as a matter-of-fact that check in time was 3pm, as if to chase me out. He made no offer to help me with my luggage, and when asked, unwillingly safe-kept my luggage while I figured out how to kill time. Upon departure, the same few Male receptionists refused to greet or help me while I struggled to load my luggages into my car. He stood around me to chat with the gardener! I felt like a porter, and he was my guest. It shows you where his priorities are!

When I brought a bottle ofJapanese Sake to dinner, the Male Receptionist gave me the deathstare. He disallowed it even though I was prepared to pay a cockage charge. Yea, I know he does not make the rules but he could at least be polite in explaining it. Other ryokans in Kurokawa rushed to put my Sake in an ice bucket and provided Sake glasses for free.

By Japanese standards, Okunoyu's service standard is a crime! Never have I encountered a Japanese retailer, shop or customer service so uninterested in my business.

Perhaps there is wisdom in having women and not male chauvinists handling the Front Desk. You have to point a gun at me to make me visit again.
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Date of stay: May 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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syuvej wrote a review Feb 2016
Bangkok, Thailand
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Kurokawa is a tiny town inside mountain. It's quite unique because the whole town is full of onsen and ryokans. We are lucky to go there during winter when they decorate the canal in the middle of the town with lanterns. At night, it's magical to see the lanterns lit up along the canal.
Okunoyu is very beautiful and nicely decorate ryokan so it doesn't stand out from the surrounding. The room we stay is big and comfortable with amazing view of small waterfall and canal. We wish we can stay longer.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Marc wrote a review Jan 2014
London, United Kingdom
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a two night trip from Christmas Eve to Boxing Day at Oku-no-yu ryoken and it was the perfect Christmas. Oku-no-yu is a very well run and welcoming ryoken, we had impeccable service from Yoko who was attentive, charming and funny at the same time! The chef prepared a Christmas feast for us that included a great sizzling beef steak as well as the traditional horse sashimi of the area (the owners checked with us when we arrived if we would like to try it) along with endless other beautifully cooked dishes. The breakfast was also beautifully presented in a dining room in the main building.

There were three outdoor baths including a small cave one a riverside one along with a separate wood bath and family baths you could reserve for yourself if you're not comfortable being naked around other people. There is a swimming pool and sauna as well if you feel more energetic.

We bought town onsen tokens from the reception on Christmas Day and spent the afternoon trying out different places wandering about in our yukutas (which all the Japanese people we met laughed at telling us it was too cold in Winter for that but we wanted the full experience!). We also visited a lovely sweet shop in town for some got sweet dumplings with sesame dip.

We booked via JapaneseGuestHouses.com but you can probably book directly at okunoyu.com if you speak some Japanese. We drove from Kumamoto to get there - there is a bus as well but that let us stop off to see Mount Aso.

If you come to Kurokawa you have to expect to have the full Japanese ryoken experience with Japanese food, traditional onsen bathing and strict check in and out times but if you do a little reading before hand you'll be well prepared and ready to enjoy the fantastic hospitality of Oku-no-yu. We'd love to come back some day!
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Date of stay: December 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 19 Jan 2014
この度は奥の湯にお泊り頂きましてありごとうございました。 私のこと覚えてくれていてありがとうございます。 お風呂も食事も楽しんでいただけたみたいでとても嬉しいです! 浴衣姿もお二人ともとてもお似合いでしたよ! 夕食も残さず全部食べてもらってありがとうございました。 私もお二人とお話するのがとても楽しかったです! またクリスマスクラッカーも見たいです! 美味しい日本食をまた食べに来て下さいね! 口コミのご投稿ありがとうございました。   YOKO
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Katetam wrote a review Oct 2015
Canada
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I researched many hotels before finally settling with this choice. It was not a bad choice. But for my family, we preferred something else. The hotel was very traditional, and the nice onsens were "mixed gender". I could not get myself to be brave enough to do that. So I didn't get to experience the beautiful riverside onsens and the special cave onsen. We booked the nicest room. It was the Japanese house with private outdoor onsen. Very nice but we didn't like the outdoor onsen. It was too dark and gloomy. There were many bugs and weird insects flying around. One was a HUGE Moth/butterfly looking thing that was the size of my palm. It was flying around the outdoor onsen room and wouldn't leave. We had to get the maintenance man to come in and he killed it, among cleaning other bugs and sorts before we dared to use it. The flashlight in the room was out of battery. Luckily he came and helped us. He was a very old and kind man.

We were very comfortable in the house, three children on the futons and my husband and I had nice western style twin bed each. Flat screen TV, and very spacious. Clean.

The hotel has many facilities considering it's a traditional style onsen hotel. Many onsen to choose from, and we had a good time trying the stone sauna where you lie on the ground and the slab of stone is very hot. Felt very nice. There is an indoor swimming pool too. No one used it. There is a hot spring for cooking eggs too. We didn't like the food very much though. In all the years of staying in luxurious onsen hotels around Japan, this one was quite a disappointment actually. Not terrible, but not as refined and not very very good as I would have expected.

The staff at reception were not rude, just very cool. It was very expensive in my opinion. The location of the hotel in the region isn't as nice. It's near the entrance of the onsen area, on the right. But the main street where all the quaint shops are a bit further in on the left. Once the sun goes down, there really was no way we could walk out there and in the morning, check out was at 10am, it's kind of hard to spend any time walking there.

Our "house" was the furthest one from the main reception building, and had to walk in our yukatas and the slippers they provided for us were very slippery and hard to walk around in the uneven road. We ended up wearing back our own runners. In the morning and night, the temperature was quite cool. We had to put on our coats to stay warm.

Overall, it was nice, but overpriced for what we got and in comparison to all the onsen hotels we have stayed in the past. We always stayed in very nice onsen hotels around Japan, and this one was one that made us feel a little disappointed. Nevertheless, we had a nice time and it's nice for a one night stay.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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Rohan C wrote a review Apr 2019
Tokyo, Japan
3.0 of 5 bubbles
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 and high quality and the staff very friendly

The bad

The hot springs could be so much better. We picked a private bath for 2 and it was so small I couldn’t get in it. There is also a mixed outdoor hot spring which is so shallow walking in it doesn’t even cover my knees. It’s such a shame too as there is a waterfall and it would be lovely to soak for ages here but it’s just too small.

Our night sleep was also not good. For us there were Chinese families here making so much noise with kids running around and tv so loud we couldn’t even think about sleeping. The rooms have no sound protection so if you have other guests there that don’t consider others it won’t be restful.

It’s such a shame as this could of been the highlight onsen for our trip to Japan but it let down by the things that really count

Personally I wish we stayed somewhere else.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Doubin
Osaka, Japan909 contributions154 helpful votes
This is old questionae but in favor of other readers, I inform that there are direct bus routes operated by Sanko Bus from Fukuoka Airport. There are lots of slopes in the town but the town is very small. I think little kids can join your journey.
Answer from Alexander W
Stein, Switzerland3 contributions1 helpful vote
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?)
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Miracosta wrote a tip May 2018
Honolulu, Hawaii1,155 contribution141 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get "Hanare" cottage facing river. Very intimate and very private."
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Nga D wrote a tip May 2017
Union City, California17 contributions7 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"ask for a room by the riverside and one with a private hot tub."
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Jeremy_C_MH wrote a tip Oct 2016
Singapore, Singapore1,077 contribution52 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you're a light sleeper, ask for a room away from the roaring stream."
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Penang Island, Malaysia175 contributions27 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms with balcony facing the back garden have fantastic autumn colours"
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HK163 contributions65 helpful votes
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"ask for a room with nextby the stream"
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