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The place was quite expensive and our rooms were not inside the temples, it was in a separated building. The rooms were okay, but the breakfast was not tasty at all. I also had issues with the staff as they were very unfriendly to us...More
We don't understand some negative reviews. Be aware that you are guest in a Buddhist temple. Don't consider it as an ordinary hotel. So yes there are some rules. Morning prayer is voluntary at 6.20. After that breakfast served at 7.15 which contains rice and...More
Koyasan and Kongosanmaiin are not the most direct places to get to. Kongosanmaiin never responded to several emails asking for details to find the place. The lodging is very regimented - breakfast at about 7:20 AM and dinner at 5:30 PM. No other options are...More
My wife and I stayed at this temple for 2 nights. They are not cheap, considering the value: you sleep on futons in tatami rooms. We had our own private restroom but the bath was a shared, traditional onsen (actually a sento). We had breakfast...More
This was a one of a kind experience. It was a great privilege to stay at a Buddhist temple and participate at their morning ceremony.
The stay was lovely, the room in a traditional style but offering comfort, with a terrace opening into a garden....More
US$81 - US$267 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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