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It was a lot of effort to get to Koyasan, which is worth keeping in mind when planning a trip here.
If you do decide to visit Koyasan then I’d recommend a night in this temple. The service we received was very good. The food...More
A beautiful tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of Japan’s cities. A comfortable spacious room with shared bathroom. Quiet atmosphere ideal for winding down. Meals were wonderful - all vegan, lots of variety and plentiful. We felt it was a little expensive for what...More
We absolutely loved this place. The people are very kind and the food is delicous!! Our room was beautiful and had a great view. We were never cold, because they have heaters in every room (diningroom too). It was all very clean and the bathing...More
what i liked about this place was the experience of living at a temple premise in a ryokan.
the prayer service in the morning was also something new for us and although it was difficult waking up early , it was well worth the trouble....More
The accommodation and the food were excellent. The facilities, including the onsens are really well designed and comfortable. Nothing like the puritan existence that I had imagined would be part of a monk's living quarters! The vegan/vegetarian meals were filling and really yummy. They only...More