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Koyasan Fudoin Temple

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    All reviewsmorning prayerbus stop rightonly stayed one nightdining hallpublic bathvending machineunique experiencean en suite toiletserene placebuddhist ceremonythe main streetour room was spaciouskoya sancable carspiritual retreatbear in mindvery pleasant stay
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    Reviewed yesterday

    When you read about a place it's hard to imagine exactly what it will be like. The train really does stop at the end of the line and a modern cable car takes you up the mountain. Be aware that you are carrying your own...More

    Thank lantana50
    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Absolutely unique stay in Koyasan, amazing place and relaxing atmosphere. The monks were very welcoming and kind during all our stay. Our traditional style room was large, clean and had a fantastic garden view. Yukata available in the room. Private bathroom, no shower. We had...More

    Thank strummer_977
    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Koyasan is a magical and peaceful place. You will travel by subway and train and finally a cable car takes you to the top of the mountain, and you will find yourself in a totally different world. A small and quiet village with temples scattered...More

    Thank mollerCopenhagen
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

    Koyasan is a very special place - a Buddhist home to more than 100 monasteries. One reaches the town by train and cable car which is easy to do. To experience Koyasan it is good to stay in temple lodgings , sleep on futons and...More

    Thank Marina H
    Reviewed June 22, 2018

    Stayed for one night with my wife. This is a very spiritual unique place. Check in is done by one of the Buddhist monks accomodating the temple. Staying at Koya San became a little touristic, but even though, getting up early in the morning to...More

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    Kathleen B
    July 12, 2018|
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    Response from efrat-exploring | Reviewed this property |
    as Tripadvisor does not allow answers including URL's, simply search Fudoin Temple Koyasan at Google and you'll surely find it. Good luck and enjoy
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    mollerCopenhagen
    December 22, 2017|
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    Response from JandVVancouver_BC | Reviewed this property |
    We took the local bus to Okunoin which worked out fine and a taxi back to Fudoin. You could walk it but it's a fair hoof. We did the night tour and had no problem getting back to Fudoin or in. You might let the desk monk... More
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    Autumn M
    December 6, 2017|
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    Response from JandVVancouver_BC | Reviewed this property |
    I cannot answer specifically. We did go out on a night tour and got back after 9 and had no problems getting into the inn or rooms but I don't know if check in available at that time. Sorry. John
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    "A few of the rooms have private bath but most do NOT have bath or shower so the public bath is what is used..."
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    "Avoid room "Mani" or other located next to noisy vending machines"
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    "Take the rooms with a view on the garden (such as ''bamboo'')"
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    "no choice...monks choose"
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