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The area itself is a small, quite quaint village by a volacanic crater with a lake, pleasant to walk around and there are public baths and a place to cook your own food over volcanic steam. There are a few small things to se in the village, like the statuettes of dogs. This is a traditional minshuku. It is old and therefore the rooms are small and old-fashioned, but full of charm. The welcome and explanation was comprehensive and we managed get the vital information despite our lack of Japanese. The landlady was very pleasant and helpful. The rotenburo was great. The indoor onsen was old-fashioned and had no showers - as it should be!
The room was rather small for us with our two large suitcases. They do not accept cards and we could only pay cash. No problem, but it would have been nice to know this in advance. This is Booking.com's fault for failing to inform us.
The toilet smells because it is some sort of hole on the ground so there’s no water staying in the toilet to prevent the odor coming out. The room has cigarette smells and the walls are very thin. We heard everything of our neighbors
Lovely property. Very quiet scenic location. Super onsen. Very friendly staff. Both meals were excellent. If you are looking for a very Japanese experience, this is the place to go. You need to best in mind that this a simple local Minshuku. Communication in English is difficult so you will get much more out of it if you speak some Japanese. The walks around the lake are great. You need to check in before 6 pm and you need to make sure they do an evening meal. There are no restaurants nearby.
There is a 6am wake up announcement for the entire village it seems and breakfast is early too. If you like to lie in, that could be a challenge.
Amazing staff! He would help you with anything! Adorable place near lake far away from city. Best place to just relax. Bus only few times per day, and till station about 4km. But this terrain is very cozy and beautiful, so go by legs here, you will have many emotions!
Breakfast not much choose
Facilities are a bit old.
When you stay at Unagi-Kohan in Ibusuki, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Saraku Sand Bath Hall and Iwasaki Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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- Nice building
- Great menu
- Great view
- Friendly atmosphere
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- Lake Ikeda 3 mi
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