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I love the long street of Japanese shops. We stayed in a beautiful roykan onsen lodging with half-board and the meals are so appetizingly prepared and delicious. It is worth the money spent. A place that would be recommened to stay for at least a...More
I took from Hakata Station on the Yufuin No Mori train to the Yufuin station over 4hours. While it was raining, but the route offers scenic drive all the way across mountains and sea-view as well as part of rural residential and padi fields. It...More
It's a nice little town. Most of the touristy stuff is right there next to the main street that leads from the Yufuin station and upwards for about a mile ~ 2 miles. Because it's such a touristy town, some of the stuff may seem...More
The winter time in Yuhu is very cold. Even the locals say so. Streets are long enough for us to look around. There are so many survenior shops, eating places and restaurants and so on. The main street from the station is a bit far...More
We did some souvenir and snacks shopping at Yufuin Area after having spent the night at an onsen here. There are quite a fair bit of interesting shops selling different things from delicacies, souvenirs to antiques and art items. It's also nice to sit in...More
Me and my friend went there for a day trip and we absolutely loved this little town! The architecture style was very traditional and beautiful! The atmosphere was quiet and relaxing. Some of the shops sold really cold and traditional-styled stuff. The lake was also...More
One of the main attractions in Yufuin is without doubt its public baths. What I recommend is Shimon Yu, which is just beside Kinrin Lake. You put the entrance fee to a provided box by yourself (about $2). Attention: this bathroom is mixed for men...More
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local Japanese in Yufuin are friendly, suggest you to ask even if there is no locker available or suite your big luggage. Alternatively, there is an intercity bus stop just a couple of minutes walk in front of the JR... More
local Japanese in Yufuin are friendly, suggest you to ask even if there is no locker available or suite your big luggage. Alternatively, there is an intercity bus stop just a couple of minutes walk in front of the JR station, you may ask if they can help you to keep your luggage.