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A great place to stay if you want to have the Japanese Experience. Great staff who will give you a guided tour at check in time. Close to the centre of Koyasan and easy access to the bus route which is essential to get around....More
How you will rate this place is purely linked to your expectations. It is a basic style lodging with vegetarian Japanese food, meaning lots of tofu. The only Buddhist elements are the vegetarian cooking and the prayers at 6.
Since we did not like the...More
Staying in a Buddhist Temple was one of our must dos. We're really pleased to have experienced it. Lovely staff, two onsens (including an outdoor one and a sauna), simply decorated room. Traditional futon sleeping, highly comfortable. The food was artfully presented, very well thought...More
I would not recommend this temple stay
It was not at all like being in a temple. It was plain hotel very strict non Flexible eating times the food was very expensive and not very impressive
And the owner was very stressful and agitated
宿泊人数の半数が海外からの方で、私も台湾人の友達と2人を連れて宿泊しました。高野山で唯一の温泉のある宿坊で、友人も私もとても癒されました。My Taiwanese friends and me spent a relaxing and peaceful time here. 精進料理 vegetarian meal were great especially tofu dishes were excellent! Onsen was released fatigue from our body.
US$188 - US$756 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Throughout Japan, I would only book non smoking rooms as I am sensitive to the smell. Often, the smell would still permeate the room from the floor above, below , or the room next door. So, it depends on how... More
Throughout Japan, I would only book non smoking rooms as I am sensitive to the smell. Often, the smell would still permeate the room from the floor above, below , or the room next door. So, it depends on how sensitive you are. Rooms with tatami mats...absorb odors easily. -- I would compare the non smoking priced room to those in another hotel.
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