Hotel Hoyo

1927-1 Miemachiakamine, Bungoono, Oita Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 879-7111, Japan | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Bungoono

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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A travel blog entry by annsan


... building, there are no buddhas in sight. We drive around the small town of Oita and on our way out we all of a sudden see a sign to the Usuki Stone Buddhas. The Stone Buddhas are located in Usuki, a couple of kilometers outside of Oita. There are a couple of old houses, a couple of souvenir shops and a Lotus Flower field. We buy tickets at the entrance booth and each borrow a bamboo walking stick which we will return after our visit. Lots of steps to be ...

From Kagoshima to Beppu

A travel blog entry by annsan


... in Beppu were already full and we ended up booking a room in a family style hotel with all kind of fun things for kids: pools, water slides, game halls, light shows at night and last but not least, a beautiful view over Beppu and the Inland Sea. This place is gigantic, 3 buildings next to each other connected by a tunnel. The hotel is "famous" for its dinner buffet with Japanese, Chinese and Korean dishes. Turns out this buffet is ...

Natural steamed lunch and mud baths

A travel blog entry by jarcher106


... 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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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good