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303 Koyasan, Koya-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama Prefecture


by sudobringcookie Switzerland / 15 Apr 2018

The food is vegan and very good but served in a dining hall with chairs and not in the room. We liked it a lot. The Tempel itself is rather dated and not one of the nicest in town but ok. The Inauen is great but only indoors. The morning ceremony starts at 06:00 sharp so be there 10 minutes early. It last about an hour and is quite interesting. No meditation. The monks barely speak English so do not expect to get any explanation about the temple, but it is enough to get around. There is a gas heater in the room. The rooms are spacious and have a private toilet. The temple closes at 10pm so you have plenty of time to visit the cemetery by night. Don’t miss it because it is a completely different experience than during daytime. You do not need a guided tour with 20 people..., because the way ist well lit and you cannot miss it. If you are into hiking do the blue hiking path- it is great. Maps at the tourist information.

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A Buddhist temple, where the interiors feature traditional folk crafts. There is also a cafe/pub corner. Guests can relax in one of Koyasan's largest ancient cypress communal baths.

- This facility is a temple lodging.
*Temple lodgings were originally accommodation facilities for Buddhist priests and practitioners, but they now also accept regular tourists.
A Buddhist temple is also located on site, so both staff and priests will offer hospitality to guests.

- Guests that reserve a plan that includes meals at this temple lodging can enjoy Buddhist vegetarian cuisine.
*Buddhist vegetarian cuisine follows Buddhist precepts and is prepared with vegetables, beans, and other plant derived ingredients.

- When staying at this temple lodging, guests can experience the following.
- Sutra Transcription: Transcribe Buddhist sutras.
- Religious Service: Observe a ritual where a Buddhist priest chants sutras, etc.
- Sunafumi Experience: Set foot on the sand sent from each of the 88 temples in the Shikoku Region. By doing so, you can have an experience similar to taking a pilgrimage to each of the 88 temples.

The above experiences are current as of Aug. 17, 2017.
Provision of the experiences may be cancelled or experiences may not be available depending on the day.
And depending on the type of experience, advance notice or a fee may be required, so for those interested in the experiences, please make sure to contact the temple lodging in advance for details.

Room Type Offers and benefits Capacity Meals Payment Price Room  

Japanese-style Room

Toilet, Washlet (bidet)


  • Room Size: 20.1344 m²

1 night 1 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

  • View: Garden view

Child Policy: Children allowed

1-5 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment in advance

from JPY 17,426

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Japanese-style Room

Bath, Toilet, Washlet (bidet)


  • Room Size: 15.488 m²

1 night 1 Adult 0 Child 0 Infant

  • View: Garden view

Child Policy: Children allowed

1-4 2meals per night (dinner, breakfast) Payment in advance

from JPY 24,000

Facility Info

From Namba Station (Midosuji Line): Take the Nankai Koya Line train bound for Koyasan and get off Gokurakubashi (approx. 100 min). Then take the Nankai-Koya Cable Car bound for Koyasan and get off at Koyasan (5 min). About 7 min by taxi from there.
By car: Take Route 24.
Access & Parking Free parking
Communal Baths Large public baths
Bars Open 18:00 / Close 22:00
Available Nearby Gateball, Baseball, Skating Rink, Gymnasium, Sports ground
Foreign Language Support English
Guide Dogs Allowed
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