Ryokan Yunosako offers outdoor and indoor hot spring baths for public and private use, Japanese-style rooms and free Wi-Fi throughout the property. Beauty treatments and massages are available, and the hotel has a manga comic library. The public hot spring baths at Yunosako Ryokan are open 24 hours, while guests can use the private-use hot spring bath without reservations. Rooms feature a tatami (woven-straw) floor, on which guests sleep in traditional futon bedding. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with an LCD TV, yukata robes and a private toilet, while some have an attached bathroom. Meals featuring home-grown rice and vegetables are served at the dining room. The property offers a Japanese breakfast and a kaiseki traditional multi-course dinner. The Yunosako is a 25-minute drive from Kuju Kogen Highlands, and a 60-minute drive from Mount Aso and the Mount Aso-Nishi Ropeway Station. It’s right next to bus stop Tanohara.