Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Noboribetsu 登別 , Oyado Kiyomizu-ya Onsen 清水屋温泉, Hokkaido 北海道 Oct 2013



I arranged for night at Noboribetsu as I wanted my mother and family to enjoy the real onsen (hot spring) and Kaiseki ((懐石料理)


 
Bento boxes that we purchased at the train station, it was yummy!



 
JR station at Noboribetsu just a small station. We had hard time pulling our luggage as we this station only have staircase to use.

 
We have a wonderful night at this small and cosy Oyado Kiyomixu-ya ryokan. We wish to come back this ryokan if we have a chance return to Noboribetsu one day.

 
Each of us gotten a set of onsen bath items

 
Friendly staff serving us tea and snack in our room


 
The room is large and comfortable, but they don't have air-cond in the room only provided with fan. Actually no air-cond it was ok since the weather at that time was cold.

 
We were served with special autumn kaiseki menu, the foods were fresh and delicious..




The male and female onsen just located side by side (these rooms will switch at certain timing), so we have to make sure enter to the right room, otherwise you know what happen, LOL ...

 
After dinner, we walked to the nearby small town. The weather at that night was chilled.

 
many souvenir items you could found here

 
A special show at night only



 
We walked to the hell, hahaha..


 
The next morning at Kiyomizu..

 
Again we were served with a wonderful breakfast !
 
 


We have few hours before check out, so we walked around to see the surroundings.




 
We were enjoyed soaking our legs in this hot spring too.

 
Love the natural surroundings here..








Leaving Noboribetsu and heading our next destination to Sapporo.


3 comments:

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

我好想念北海道哦
貌似我们住同一家旅馆哦

My Little Space said...

Hokkaido is definitely one of my dream place other than Europe & Tibet. Not sure if I'll be able to make it to Tibet due to the high-altitude environment adaptation.
Kristy

Ng Choi Yen said...

I can feel the relax-ness just from your photo...Arrghh...when can I travel Japan... ~>_<~

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