Nestled in virgin forests, this secluded inn accepts only 5 groups per day, providing the most relaxing, private environment. All guest rooms feature an exclusive bath with waters that flow from Bihada-no-yu, a hot spring in Hirayama Onsen that is gaining popularity in Kyushu for its beautifying properties.
Pros: Overall, Yanagawa is a great place. The Ohana was the perfect place to stay. We loved our spacious room, and the bathroom was full sized too, the wonderful view of the gardens in the back from our ...
Cons: The place is after all an historic location with much history attached but the carpeting is showing signs of age especially in the room.
Pros: It is part of thr history. With great view of the old barons residence. Near to many tourist attraction.
Cons: Indeed the facilities a little old and some part of the garden is under rennovation.
Pros: Great service and wonderful space. Thanks for all your faithful support and kindness during my stay...
Pros: The hotel was a local lord's mansion with a beautiful Japanese garden with bridge next to a canal.You can take the small boat to cruise around the river. The Japanese restaurant is excellent....
Pros: The hotel is perfect if u want to visit Yanagawa. It locates in a historical garden, our room has a nice balcony with garden view. Breakfast was nice with traditional jap style. We were impressed that...
Cons: We think the hotel needs a renovation to keep it brighter. The room is quite old and carpet looks dark too. The bed & pillows are very hard, we didn't had a good sleep.
Yanagawa Tachibana-tei Ohana is the former residence of the Tachibana family, a clan of feudal lords during the Sengoku and Edo periods. Its garden, the Shotoen, was designated as a national site of natural beauty, where there are about 280 pine trees that have been standing for 200 to 300 years. Another popular sight to see in the garden is during winter, when over 300 wild ducks rest briefly during their migration. Guests can enjoy steamed eel and other rare delicacies from Ariake Sea.
Pros: This is the 2nd time i have stayed with my family, gotta say it's a place where you see staff that is really passionate about their work and the caring that they gave is just a perfect example of ...
Pros: Really love this place, the room we booked is very clean and kids friendly, room space is excellent! Breakfast consider nice as the variety is a lot consider for its price range! The staffs are very ...
Pros: Clean / Location near supermarket
Cons: Room quite small
Pros: After read the review, I was surprised how good the Hotel was. The staffs were exceptionally friendly and helpful, one of the best services I ever had in Japan. They speak very well English and ...
Pros: Breakfast was very divers. If you cannot find anything you like here, you will not find it in any other place. I think it would be a bit difficult to find the place without navigation. The staff is ...
Cons: The initial room smelled because of a smoker inside, so we changed rooms. Make sure you ask for a non-smoking room!
Pros: This hotel is one of our best spots during our trip throughout Japan. It was very quiet and the staff took care of us like VIP. Plus the manager was proud to speak French.
Cons: Nothing !!
Pros: Comfortable and clean hotel. Hotel manager was really friendly and helpful. Great breakfast with a good variety. Good transit hotel.
Pros: Hotel staff were very helpful, specially Mr. Oyama who could speak English very well. Just take 20 min by bus to visit Yanagawa.
Pros: Very friendly stuff! They helped us to book restaurant which was very good! Suprisly big rooms with perfect size bed! Our rooms were for smokers but not stinky at all, because usually they smell not ...
Pros: Nice hotel with great staff. Most spoke pretty good English and eager to help you. They recommend some great restaurants in the area. Breakfast Buffet was pretty good considering the reasonable ...
Cons: Double bed was pretty small, but average for Japanese Standards. Wifi was free, but kept losing connection ever so often. Nothing much to see in the area, but plenty of small eateries around. Still...
Enjoy your visit to Okawa with a stay at Okawa Riverside Hotel. Guests will have free perks like WiFi, self parking, and wired Internet. All rooms offer LCD TVs, refrigerators, and room service.
Pros: Booked rooms with hot tubs in the rooms. Makes it easy to get up and go take a dip at any time in day or night. Our room had twin beds so sleep was comfortable.
Pros: Excellent facilities. The dinner and breakfast were amazing. We booked a total of 3 rooms, and the one with the private bath was so lovely. I would stay longer if i had not planned other programmes.
Cons: Nothing at all.
Pros: We had the Japanese style superior suite with open air bath. We enjoyed every moment in it. Wished we could have stayed longer.
Cons: Cannot think of anything I did not like.
Pros: dinner service in the room, hot spring in house, wallet parking, good quality breakfast and dinner
Cons: hot spring without view, relatively few tourist information about the area
Situated in Yamaga, this ryokan is 2 mi (3.1 km) from Sakurayu and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Yachiyoza Theater. Mikawa Onsen and Kikuchi Castle are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Pros: The staff were really nice and super helpful, and the restaurant was really good. Yummy eel meal.
Cons: Bathroom was a little pokey but still alright.
Pros: Everything is average not too bad nor too good. Room size is practical.
Cons: The staffs are that helpful.
Pros: Lovely friendly staff, great location, big room
Cons: Value for money wasn't quite as good as other places I stayed in Japan
Enjoy your visit to Yanagawa with a stay at Yanagawa Hakuryu Soh. The spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day, and freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks. LCD TVs and refrigerators are offered in all rooms.
We had a grand opening in Arao City in Kumamoto Prefecture!! We have a terrific deal, \4600 per night for a single room with breakfast. We are located near the border of Fukuoka and Kumamoto Prefecture, close to the amusement park, Greenland. A great hotel for your leisure and business.
Situated in Mizuma-gun, this ryokan is within 6 mi (10 km) of Mizunimanosato Two Thousand Momorial Park, Koga Masao Memorial Hall, and Madogaharu Park. Koiki Shrine and Chikugo River Lift Bridge are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Cons: Hasn't been renovated since the 80's. Bathroom in suite is extremely old. Room smells like cigarettes and old. Food is cafeteria quality. Hot bath has cracked and molded walls and ceilings. ...
Pros: The breakfast was delicious. The private Onsen set in a Japanese garden was charming.
Cons: The outdated bathroom. Challenging for walking impaired.
Pros: All aspects you can remind of.
Cons: Difficult to find by yourself at night. In fact there is a bus stop from rail station to the slope nearby but when you arrive you might be unclear about a new place. Better to contact the hotel for ...
Pros: Fantastic, newly renovated Onsen Hotel. Our room was the Deluxe room. Perfect for our family of five. Although there is an onsen in our room, we didn't need to use it as the outdoor large onsen ...
Enjoy your visit to Tamana with a stay at Satsuki Bessou. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Rokkatei, which serves Japanese cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. There's also a garden, and rooms offer deep soaking tubs and refrigerators.
When you stay at Yamaga Onsen Fuji Hotel in Yamaga, you'll be close to Hirayama Hot Spring. This ryokan is within the region of Kikuchi Castle and Tabaruzaka Park.
Make yourself at home in one of the 52 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature spring water baths and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as hot springs, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and gift shops/newsstands.
Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.