Hotel Kinsuien

2-4-13 Ekimae, Saiki, Oita Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 876-0803, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saiki

Day 17 - Beppu - Through hell and back

A travel blog entry by mosredna

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... I wanted to try one of the biggest and most populair onsen of Beppu to actually relax. That also didn't work out. The place was closed for a couple of days... (Is die dicht...) So I decided to get some late lunch which I steamed myself in some natural steam. It was a fun experience! The footsteam bath I did while waiting was torture though... I don't know what the hell ...

Beppu

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan

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Beppu didn't quite live up to my expectations but they were probably too high. I stayed in a Ryokan - traditional Japanese accommodation - and while it was nice it was a bit run down. The meals were huge but of average quality. The Onsen was the highlight, the outdoor pool heated by the thermal activity in the area. I was staying in Kannawa ...

Oita - A new perspective

A travel blog entry by markallen

... br> During our stay in Oita, we had a trip to the local town where Kei and Emma go to school, and Charmaine and Koyo teach, called Oguni. We also had a trip to the local volcano, Mount Aso, which was unfortunately closed to visitors due to the toxic gases that were being blown in our direction (one whiff of the air outside the car triggered coughing fits all round). We also visited two separate onsen; one at which we cooked lunch of sweet potatoes, eggs and prawns on ...

Bath time!

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993

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Natural steamed lunch and mud baths

A travel blog entry by jarcher106

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... for local vegetables and salmon, which we took to the 'steam it yourself' restaurant about 10 minutes walk away. It was a very interesting experience with the staff chopping and prepping our lunch into tiered stainless steel steaming racks before we knew it. Tom then lifted off the wooden lid to the steam cooker releasing huge puffs of vapour, all coming naturally from the earth below - pretty unique! The rack of food was then lowered ...

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