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ryokan in Yufuin 2007/8/7 03:36
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Have anyone been to Yufuin? I need suggestions and recommendation of ryokans and restaurants. Do anyone know any good ryokans that accept single guest ? Any good spots for fine Japanese local cuisine for lunch? Thanks
by Willis  

... 2007/8/11 11:32
During a process to plan our trip to Yufuin, we found out that the more you go west, the more difficult it becomes to find a ryokan which accept single traveller.

I found some ryokans but they are not on English reservation sites. I'll post the related sites where you can at least see some pictures and fax numbers for inquiry.

OYADO JIN-NO-UCHI
near JR Yufuin station
small Japanese-style inn with 7 rooms. Rates start from 8600 yen/pp, including 2 meals.
http://onpara.jp/share/html/yadodetail/qo005/0406/index.html
0977-84-3358

YUFU-NO-YADO KIFUH
5 min taxi from JR Yufuin station
Western exterior but rooms are Japanese/Western
Rates start from about 9000 yen/pp, including 2 meals
http://onpara.jp/share/html/yadodetail/qo005/0357/index.html

There should be more. How about sending a mail to Yufuin Onsen Ryokan Association? They may let you know other possibilities.
emal : info@yufuin.gr.jp
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Yufuin 2007/8/11 11:41
Yufuin is a beautiful little town. I've been there many times and love it. You won't have a problem finding accomodation, places are everywhere.

Yufuin gives off this vibe of being really old and traditional and people usually like it.

Interestingly though, Yufuin is not old at all. The town was specifically built there 30 or 40 years ago for the purpose of tourism.

It's a great place but gets boring after a day or two.

Enjoy your trip!

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