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Kyushu Hotels

Pension Momotaro

  • 1839–1 Kawakami
  • Yufuin

Pros

  • Funky little shacks
  • Private baths inside
  • Open-air bath with views of Yufu-dake

Cons

  • Cottages like tents in a yard
  • Might be too much like "camp" for some

Updated 07/26/2013

Fodor's Review

The owners of this interesting and very rustic pension make every effort to make you feel at home; they'll even take you to the station when you depart. Both Western-style and Japanese-style rooms are available in the main building, and four charming A-frame cottages are on the premises—each with hot spring water piped into the bath and shower. Rates include two meals, which can include duck, pheasant, and river smelt.

Hotel Information

Address:

1839–1 Kawakami, Yufuin-cho, Yufu, Oita-ken, Yufuin, 879-5102, Japan

Phone:

0977-85–2187; 0977-85–4002

Hotel Details:

  • No credit cards
  • 6 Western-style rooms, 4 Japanese-style rooms, 4 chalets
  • Some meals

Updated 07/26/2013

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