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We were the only westerners in this place, and enjoyed in particular the great meals, notably the dinner was unbelievable! On top came a great onsen and very friendly service. We really enjoyed staying here!
We spent a night there during our self-drive trip in end April.
We spent JPY 8,550 per head for a night of Ryokan stay inclusive of traditional dinner and breakfast. Which I think is value for money.
We arrived at the hotel close to 6pm....More
We spent two nights at Misono Hotel last September. Kawayu Onsen is conveniently located between Lake Kussharo and Lake Mashu, allowing you to really enjoy the area.
The hotel is bigger than traditional ryokan so there are a lot of customers but the staff is...More
Not speaking Japanese made it difficult for us to travel in Hokkaido, but Ms Kusano made our lives much easier in Kawayuonsen.
If you want to have a traditional Japanese hotel experience, this is the place. We went to Kawayuonsen because a mistake we made...More
The name Kawayu in kanji means "river of hot water" and that is what you find in the utterly charming, low key and relatively old (by modern Japanese tourism standards) onsen resort town situated in the easterly part of the Akan National Park. The Misono...More
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