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Stayed overnight in this magical temple. You actually sleep in the building on the other side of the street not the older temple but but it's ok. Food was simple yet tasty but the small onsen was very pleasant. Rooms are essential but comfortable. We...More
When I walked into the room I'd been assigned (room 314) my mouth literally dropped open. The room in the guest annex was absolutely beautiful and huge, with tatami floor, a table and cushions for having tea, an altar area for prayers and intentions, a...More
We were not sure quite what to expect from our temple stay, and we missed the sign when we left the bus at the recommended stop, but we loved it! The traditional rooms are well equipped (including the wonderful toto toilet!) and immaculate). The evening...More
What a refreshing visit! We really enjoyed our brief stay here - had time permitted, we would have definitely stayed another night.
This place was peaceful and remote, about a 5 minute walk uphill from the main road. We especially enjoyed the bath and yukata....More
This temple accommodation was incredible - as one could imagine a typical traditional stay in Japan, but with modern bathroom facilities. The room was incredible, the little terrace with a garden view was magical. The evening meal was exceptional and the morning Buddhist ceremony was...More
Once arriving at Hashimoto station (either via JR or Nankai train), we were directed to a bus rather than the usual train + cable car route. Staff were very helpful and we had no issues getting to Koyasan station, but factor... More
Once arriving at Hashimoto station (either via JR or Nankai train), we were directed to a bus rather than the usual train + cable car route. Staff were very helpful and we had no issues getting to Koyasan station, but factor in extra travel time for the detour.