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An impressive temple lodgings with excellent standard of service. Ousen hot baths and incredible traditional Japanese food served in your room. Very tranquil and respectful. Would say not suitable for young children, but our older teenagers loved it.
After visiting big cities in Japan like Tokyo or Kyoto I really enjoyed to spend a night in a Shokudo. It's supposed to be a Buddhist monastery but it's more like a relaxed hostel. The rooms are typical Japanese with tatami and futon, the toilets...More
This monastery had 64 guests the night we stayed which was busy. Very authentic with beautifully gardens and furnishings.
Male and female onsen are kept fully separate and have both indoor and outdoor onsen.
The room is traditional with matter floors and futons to sleep...More
A great place to stay if you want to have the Japanese Experience. Great staff who will give you a guided tour at check in time. Close to the centre of Koyasan and easy access to the bus route which is essential to get around....More
How you will rate this place is purely linked to your expectations. It is a basic style lodging with vegetarian Japanese food, meaning lots of tofu. The only Buddhist elements are the vegetarian cooking and the prayers at 6.
Since we did not like the...More
US$193 - US$771 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Throughout Japan, I would only book non smoking rooms as I am sensitive to the smell. Often, the smell would still permeate the room from the floor above, below , or the room next door. So, it depends on how... More
Throughout Japan, I would only book non smoking rooms as I am sensitive to the smell. Often, the smell would still permeate the room from the floor above, below , or the room next door. So, it depends on how sensitive you are. Rooms with tatami mats...absorb odors easily. -- I would compare the non smoking priced room to those in another hotel.
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