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The location is wonderfully peaceful, the vegetarian meals creatively complex and tasty, and the surroundings of the monastic city of Koyasan very interesting. You will have a chance to participate in a morning Shingon Buddhist ceremony which is well worth seeing, even as an observer....More
We stayed one night in this temple and really enjoyed our stay. The temple is beautiful, a little set back from the road (so feels more private than some of the other temples). The atmosphere is very relaxing. The monks are very polite and helpful....More
we were greeted by a senior monk and handed us over to a young monk neither of whom had any English. we were escorted to our quite large room with a low table and two chairs an en suite toilet and wash basin and a...More
I made reservations for Fudoin nearly a year before my long-awaited trip to Koyasan, and based on my experience, it will be my first choice on my next visit!
An easy bus ride from Koyasan Station, Fudoin is nearly directly across the street from the...More
I stayed in two different temples while visiting Koya-san, and this one was my favorite. After disembarking from the cable car, the helpful staff at the station told me which bus to board. The stop for Fudoin was #8 followed by a slightly hilly walk...More
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US$241 - US$381 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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