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Staying at a Buddihist Temple is a great experience. I felt at peace from the moment we walked in. The rooms are very nice, and once the heating was on we were very comfortable. We took rooms that have a private bath (something rare in...More
We had a lovely stay here, we felt most welcome and the room was really comfortable and warm.
What however really swung it for us was the food. It was out of this world! Dinner and breakfast were presented beautifully and we had so many...More
Had a long day with temples and graves. Cheched in and had a public bath. Wonderful and restorative. Dinner was great (vegan). Slept early because there is not much else to do in this holy mountain. Prefer normal bed. TV ok but no foreign stuff....More
Before deciding to stay overnight at an active Buddhist temple, you have surely overnighted in ryokan style lodging somewhere in Japan (if not then you must do that first). Henjoson-in is a Buddhist temple that has opened up to allow visitors to stay overnight and...More
Me and my girlfriend stayed here for 1 night at the start of September 2014. After some effort to find the place we was amazed by the beautiful exterior of the temple. Nice zen garden and a wooden temple.
Tip for people traveling to Koya...More
USD 232 - USD 378 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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