Kumamoto

On the western edge of Kyushu, the city of Kumamoto is best known for its castle and for Suizenji-Jōjuen garden, both of which are among Japan’s best. The city itself is, like most Japanese cities, is modern with hints of history.

Kumamoto is a good base for exploring Mt Aso National Park.

Accommodation in Kumamoto

Takefue

This is a special ryokan in the middle of a 32 acre bamboo forest. Set in tranquil surroundings, its eleven guestrooms have each got a traditional Japanese hearth, called “iori”, and have their own private baths; ideal for total relaxation....

Nikko Hotel Kumamoto

Located in the middle of the town, Nikko Kumamoto hotel is within walking distance of the famous Kumamoto castle. With 191 rooms and 6 restaurants available for business and leisure travelers to enjoy. Hotel Nikko Kumamoto also features the largest...