The guide was right, the hotel was located near the forest and the nearby shrine or temple, whatever, a peaceful place to pray and wish for peace and happiness.
The facade of the hotel looks beautiful and the interior was also impressive. The Onsen was located at the far end of the hotel next to a shopping outlet. However, we missed the shopping outlet purposely as we wore the Kimono jacket with only an underwear! We were only our way to the Onsen and this one has the hottest spot, with maybe 40 degrees Centigrade!
After having had a good hot bath, we were hungry for food and the big dining hall has it all, soups, deserts and all kinds of Japanese food. We don't know the name and we took a bit of this and a bit of that and we were quite full!
After dinner, we had a relaxing time chit-chatting at the dining hall. The waitresses went about their work and was not bothered by our presence. But we felt bad to hinder their work and we went back to our rooms and to our pleasant sleep in this quiet environment.
Early next morning when we pulled open the curtain to see the sunshine, we were surprised that outside appeared to be misty and the sight reminds us of Malaysia's Genting Highlands.
We went out to take some nice pictures, just take a look and see!
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- Kirishima Royal Onsen Hotel
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