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Aso-Kuju National Park Ryokans

If you want to truly immerse yourself in the local culture and way of life, staying in a traditional Japanese ryokan is a great way to start. Some of the top-rated ryokans near Aso-Kuju National Park are:

  • Tsuruya: Free Wi-Fi, free parking, air conditioning and breakfast included
  • Minshuku Asogen: Free Wi-Fi, free parking, air conditioning and breakfast available
  • Yamashiroya: Free Wi-Fi, free parking, air conditioning and breakfast available
  • Hoshino Resorts KAI Aso: Free Wi-Fi, free parking, air conditioning and breakfast included

Hotels near Aso-Kuju National Park 

The nearby town of Aso is where many travelers begin their exploration of Aso-Kuju National Park. Popular hotels like the Aso Hotel and the Aso Plaza Hotel make excellent bases for your stay.

Slightly further away is the town of Yufuin Onsen. Take your pick from a selection of accommodations, including the Yufuin Yawaraginosato Yadoya and the Oyado Kotori no Tayori

Aso-Kuju National Park Tours & Things to Do 

Tuck into a hearty breakfast and then get set to explore the natural beauty Aso-Kuju National Park is famous for. You’ll find a range of terrific tours in and around the area including:

The park is home to numerous inspiring attractions. Slip on your hiking boots, grab your camera and discover top sights like Mount Aso, Mount Yufu, Daikanbo and Kikuchi Gorge.

Aso-Kuju National Park facts 

  • Keep your eyes peeled for the endangered Shijimi Large Blue butterfly, a rare species that eats grass.
  • Aso-Kuju National Park was established in 1934.
  • The park encompasses approximately 280 square miles. 
  • This pristine wilderness is free to all visitors. For more information see the official Aso-Kuju National Park website.  
  • Aso-Kuju National Park is open year-round. Peak season is from May to October.

Where is Aso-Kuju National Park located? 

Located on Japan’s southernmost island, Kyushu, Aso-Kuju National Park sits approximately 530 miles southwest of the national capital, Tokyo.

How to get to Aso-Kuju National Park

  • The closest airport is Kumamoto Airport, located approximately 15 miles to the west of the park. 
  • Trekking and horseback riding are two great ways you can explore Aso-Kuju National Park. 

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