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We had a large Western style room with a great view of the garden and private loo. Bathroom is shared Japanese onsen but, since there a only 5 rooms, it is not crowded (there are separate ones for men and women and a few hours...More
I stayed in room #123 upstairs with an amazing plate glass window wall that looked to the beautiful garden.The room was modern western style with a very comfy bed and nice linens. There was a modern half bath en suite. Bathing was scheduled for men/women...More
Fumon-in is a very special place because it is a temple, with lodgings. It has a beautiful interior and exquisite gardens. The people who looked after us were kind and helpful, and invited us to their morning prayers (6.20am). If you get a chance to...More
I planned a trip to Japan in February for an April trip. April is Cherry Blossom season, and a very popular time to travel to Japan it seems. I had always wanted to visit Koyasan and stay the night in one of their temples. Due...More
As a long-term resident of Japan, I've stayed at a number of places on Mt. Koya, and this place was by far the worst. Unlike some of the other friendlier places in town, this feels less like a temple, and more like a hotel run...More
USD 129 - USD 350 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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hi,how does FUMONIN compare to SHOJOSHININ for its experience, room quality and food and views and location?
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Difficult to comment since we only stayed at Fumon-in but it looks as though they are very different in size: Fumon-in has only 5 rooms and also possibly in rooms: we had a large Western style room with private loo but baths... More
Difficult to comment since we only stayed at Fumon-in but it looks as though they are very different in size: Fumon-in has only 5 rooms and also possibly in rooms: we had a large Western style room with private loo but baths were shared (separate male/female) onsen. All temples invite you to join morning service which at Fumon-in was 35-40 minutes; I heard that some were 90 minutes!