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Tsuetate Keiryu No Yado Daishizen
Number of Rooms
61
Number of Floors
8


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Tsuetate Keiryu No Yado Daishizen
  • Meeting rooms
Communities nearby:
Aso Gun

Tsuetate Keiryu No Yado Daishizen

Tsuetate Keiryu No Yado Daishizen

Tsuetate Keiryu No Yado Daishizen

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4205 Shimojo Oguni Machi
Aso Gun, JP
869-2503

Description: Tsuetate Keiryu No Yado Daishizen

Daishizen, a Japanese-style accommodation in harmony with the nature surroundings, stands alongside Tsuetate River in Tsuetate-onsen hot spring area on the border of Kumamoto and Oita prefectures in the middle of Kyushu, located 50 minutes by bus from JR Hita station and 120 minutes by Highway bus from Fukuoka Airport. Daishizen offers you a peaceful and relaxing time with four communal baths open for 24 hours for Daishizen's guests, two of them are indoor and the others are open air baths. Soak in the smooth and soft hot spring water and enjoy quiet and relaxing time. Restaurant, meeting rooms, banquet rooms, casual coffee salon, karaoke facilities, bowling facilities and souvenier shop are available. Rooms types are standard Japanese rooms, Japanese rooms with private open air bath, western-style of twin and single rooms with bed(s). Rooms are equipped with towels, Yukata (Japanese style of nightwear robes), slippers, shampoo, rinse, soap, and toothbrush. Bathroom, TV, refregirator and kettle is standard facilities in room. Internet access is also possible. Daishizen is located 2 miuntes walk from bus stop Tsuetate. 50 minutes by bus to Tsuetate from JR Hita station of JR Kyudai Honsen Line 120 minutes by Highway bus to bus stop Tsuetate from Fukuoka Airport Tsuetate-onsen hot spring area gives the utmost priority to not only preserving the limited high quality hot springs, but also offering a tranquil and leisurely experience. Keeping these priorities in mind, Tsuetate-onsen is promoting the town development project in cooperation with 22 Japanese-inns and stores in the area. Recently, more people are fascinated by the the nostalgic and quiet ambience of back ally maintained since the Showa period.

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