Ryokan Matsuyama

Address: 3-5-26 Iwatamachi, Oita, Oita, Kyushu-Okinawa, 870-0936, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 3-5-26 Iwatamachi, Oita.
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Travel Blogs from Oita

The Geo-Thermal Hot Springs City

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 04, 2014

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... and many took advantage of the hot springs and bathed in them. Others were buried up to their necks in the hot black sand on the beach, another therapeutic experience. There are ladies at the port dressed in kimonos and people lined up to have photos with them. As we board we are given yellow flags to wave as we leave. The people on the shore do the same. It's very special to see how passionate the people are. Tonight we cruise to Kagoshima, on the southern tip of ...

A mini vacation from my vacation

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Jul 19, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... Jacuzzi's overlooking the city. I spent a few hours relaxing here before going to the mud rooms and the saunas. I think my favorite was the stone sauna because of the view but also because it wasn't as hot as the wooden one. The wooden sauna in the women's only section was beyond stifling.

So if anyone is in Japan, visiting the southern island of Kyushu, I highly recommend for you to go to the eastern coast and visit the hot springs of Beppu.


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Day 18 - Kurokawa Onsen - Now for some real onsen!

A travel blog entry by mosredna on Apr 18, 2014

26 photos

... the whole time. Somehow it didn't make it a worse experience though. It actually fitted the atmosphere. Kurokawa is said to have some of the prettiest onsen of Japan. Yea..... I can't say they are wrong. The baths I went to were really really REALLY pretty. I couldn't take pictures of all the baths because of obvious privacy reasons (most onsen are public and you enter them naked). The pictures of the onsen I took were because they we're private ones or I just ...

Day 17 - Beppu - Through hell and back

A travel blog entry by mosredna on Apr 17, 2014

32 photos

Beppu is actually kind of a boring city. I went there for the onsens and it a good location to travel from when going to Kurokawa onsen (see day 18). One of the most famous thing in Beppu are the so called hell onsen. A couple of natural hotsprings, all some kind of different thing to them. It sounded fun so I checked them out. Wow was that dissappointing. The first two ...

Beppu

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Apr 07, 2014

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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 ...