The reservation system is replaced from 1st October 2014. Please check the below.
・ Regardless of the change to the new system, there will be no impact on reservations made on the existing system.
・ it is only possible to cancel reservations made on the existing system by going through the link below.
To cancel a reservation made on the existing system, please click the below.
(Customer whom made a reservation untill 30th September. 2014)
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel +81-967-44-0336 | Fax +81-967-44-0750
Our 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 encountering. 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.
-Day trip experience-
Available time : 8:30-21:00
Bath charge : adult/500yen child/300yen
From 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., you can reserve private hot springs for 50 minutes for 2,000 yen.
From 10 p.m. to 10 a.m., the private hot springs are available for only female guests who stay at Yamamizuki.
Accommodation charges per person per night including two meals (dinner and breakfast), consumption tax, and hot-springs tax
In the event that a party making a Reservation cancels all or part of the Reservation, the inn may assess payment as: People in party from 1 to 14.
Children aged 12 years old or younger: Refer to the following table:
Children: (Dinner +Breakfast +Futon +Yukata + Amenities)
-3 to 5 years old, accompanied with breakfast & dinner (plan-A): 5,000 yen
-6 to 10 years old, accompanied with breakfast & dinner (plan-B): 6,000 yen
-11 to 12 years old, accompanied with breakfast & dinner (Stake Meal or Special Meal ): 8,000 yen
-Upon request: exquisite breakfast & dinner menu: 12,000 yen
The menu may change unannounced due to seasonal availability.
Accommodation charges includes dinner and breakfast.
Special menu requests need to be made in advance. (e.g., food allergies).
Note: Food requests on the same day will not be honored.
The photographs are examples of meals; i.e., The menu changes due to (seasonal) availability.
All meals are served in a private dining room at the restaurant “Hanahenpen.” Meals will not be served in the guest rooms. For groups, a large dining room is available depending on the number of guests.
Warning: Winter tires or tire chains may be required during the winter season.
From Fukuoka City (when taking express way to Hita interchange exit): Two and a half hours
From Kumamoto interchange exit: One and a half hours - From Yufuin interchange exit: One and a half hours
From Hita interchange exit: One hour
Please rent a car or take a bus from Fukuoka airport or Kumamoto airport
From Fukuoka airport : two and a half hours
From Kumamoto airport : one and a half hours
When taking a bus, please refer to the following information:
Please get on Nishitetsu Highway Bus (express bus to Kurokawa) at Fukuoka Airport Domestic Terminal and get off at Kurokawa Onsen (Spa). This bus departs from Fukuoka (Hakata Station or Hakata Bus Terminal) for Kurokawa Onsen (Spa).
Please get on the Cross Kyushu Bus (Aso Liner/Kuju Liner) at Kumamoto Airport and get off at Kurokawa Onsen (Spa). Please note that Kurokawa Onsen (Spa) is not the last bus stop. This bus departs from Kumamoto (Kumamoto Station) for Beppu.
During the day, we welcome hot spring-visitors at the cafe “Inoya”, not at the front desk.
Please walk along the path next to Yamamizuki, which leads you directly to Inoya. You can purchase the hot-spring tickets (“Nyuto-tegata”) at Inoya.
Inoya Opening Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last order: until 5:30 p.m.)
(From 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the front desk of Yamamizuki.)
Enjoy drinks, light meals and sweets at Inoya. As Inoya is located in front of the hot springs, please stop by while waiting for a bath or after taking a bath. Inoya welcomes anyone. It is not necessary to be a guest at Yamamizuki. We especially recommend ordering delicious puddings with soft ice cream that are sold in limited quantities(until sold-out). We also serve popular hot dog sets.
For this purpose, a wooden pass(“Nyuto-tegata”) is sold for 1,200 yen, providing admission to the baths of three different ryokan of one's choice (valid for up to six months). It is available at the information center and the over twenty participating ryokan. Alternatively, the cost is 500 yen per bath. Inquire at the information center for eventual closures on the day of your visit.
Our house, which provides not only hot springs, but also delicious food is of traditional architecture and was built approximately 120 years ago. We take pride in knowing that when people come to our home they are lavished with comfort, softness and relaxation.
Whether you are interested in taking a soothing soak, or merely desiring a mouthwatering
Home-cooked country meal with home grown vegetables, restaurant “Kokichi” is the place.
Meals is served from 11 a.m.(Closed on Wednesdays)
Hot Springs' opening hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Open seven days a week)
There are two big hot springs, one for men and one for women.
Three hot springs available for private reservations.
Cut-stone bath ("Sazanka")
Cypress bath ("Hinoki")
Cut-stone bath ("Seseragi")
We offer a free loop bus that stops at Yamamizuki, Kokichi-no-yu and other hot-springs. (Tsukemonoya)
Not only guests who stay in Yamamizuki, can take this bus for free. Day visitors also can take advantage of the free bus.
The bus schedule may vary depending on road conditions.
Please refer to the above bus schedule
Yamamizuki Kurokawa-onsen Minamioguni Aso-gun Kumamoto Japan
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