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Kurokawa Onsen is a small hot springs town north of Mt Aso in Kumamoto Prefecture that has beautiful fall foliage during the month of November.
Sleep in style in dontown Kumamoto at the ANA New Sky Hotel
A must-stay if you visit Mount Aso in Kumamoto: A traditional farmhouse with lots of atmosphere and outstanding organically grown homemade food. 
Of the dozen or so hot springs ryokan clustered into Kurokawa Onsen, you'd be hard-pressed to pick a favorite. Yamamizuki, however, comes close to the top of the list for
Bathe on rooftops and indulge in delicious food at Ryokan Yamanoyu, a traditional lodging on the main street of Kurokawa Onsen
Located in the historic Chouhangan district of Southern Kumamoto is Tsunagi Hot Spring Shikisai. From your near private onsen at the top of the waterfall you can enjoy one of Kumamoto's top 100 views with the mountains behind you and the Amakusa islands in front of you.
Amakusa Tenku-no-Fune is an amazing hotel in Kumamoto located on the edge of a cliff over the sea.  Guests are welcomed by amazing meals, five star service, & private hot springs baths in every room.
Ueki Onsen is one of the most famous hot springs in Kumamoto. It is less than one hour from downtown Kumamoto, so you can come here on a day trip and enjoy country style sulfur baths in the privacy of your own personal onsen.