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    Shojoshin-in Temple

    566 Koyasan, Ito-gun, Koya-cho 648-0291, Wakayama Prefecture
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          Traveller (393)
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          Dining (58)
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          • Excellent63%
          • Very good24%
          • Average9%
          • Poor3%
          • Terrible1%
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          Breakfast included
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          1 - 5 of 213 reviews

          Reviewed 2 weeks ago

          This place was amazing - we stayed in the back private property, which offered a lot of privacy and peace. Dinner was well.... just not my thing, but I get it was just me as everyone else was just raving about it. The location is...More

          Thank Polo789
          Reviewed 2 weeks ago

          We stayed here for one night April and it was the part of our trip that I was most looking forward to. I'd heard amazing things about Koyasan and read great reviews on Shojoshin-in. However, we were more than a little disappointed. We checked into...More

          Thank Stephanie L
          Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

          Came there from crazy Tokyo. Just what we needed. Very peaceful and relaxing. Friendly, welcoming monks, great food, very nice garden, perfect location for exploring the cemetery. The whole area is very peaceful and spiritual. Would recommend a visit for anybody travelling in japan.

          Thank Albin K
          Reviewed 22 May 2017

          Peaceful, perfect in all seasons, care for guests, Buddhist monks speak English, food - if you are interested in shojin- ryori this is the place for you..vegetarian mecca. Please try an evening walk to Okunoin - the pathway to which is next to the temple....More

          2  Thank LouisPercival
          Reviewed 3 May 2017

          Take warm clothes if you are visiting outside of summer.... its much colder here than the other parts of japan that we visited. But loved it! i have seen some complaints about the morning prayers only being 'performed' by two monks... well i thought it...More

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          • Koya-cho
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          Lozz103
          Hello, we have tried to make a booking through 'Travel arrange Japan' website but I am unsure if it is confirmed. Is there a way to contact Shojoshin-in Temple directly? Thank you in advance for your help.
          19 February 2017|
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          Response from emmajane20152015 | Reviewed this property |
          Hi - no, there really doesn't seem to be a way to do that, but I'd be patient - the Travel Arrange Japan site got back to us withinn 3-5 days.
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          phazesix
          Has anyone stayed at a this temple as a solo traveler? I just contacted Japan Guest Houses requesting info and they told me some temples are reluctant to accept single guests.
          16 January 2017|
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          Response from wanderbee07 | Reviewed this property |
          Yes I have. It was fine for me and there was 2 other solo travelers as well
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          Has anyone stayed here that has tattoos? I am worried about being able to bathe
          20 October 2016|
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          Response from kfer7050 | Reviewed this property |
          The Onsen (bathroom) for the ladies is a room you would go into alone, or with your non independent aged daughters and lock the door. You wash yourself sitting on a little stool with the soap and shampoo provided, rinse off... More
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          "ask for gold room near ladies bathrooms...secure safe stay"
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          "Take Warm clothes and DO attend the morning prayers."
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          "Ask whether your room locks, and consider the distance from the shared bathrooms."
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          "Travelled there on trains, cable car and bus from Osaka. Caught the limousine bus back to Kansai airport..."
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