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Koyasan is truly a magical destination, and a place I will most definitely return to. I stayed at the Fukushima-in Temple in the accommodation which is a part of the most peaceful location in Koyasan, the rooms are truly Japanese in style and makes the...More
There is beautiful garden which you can see when you stay here. any visitor can't see it. Onsen is not really big but they have had two onsens in the temple.
The outside onsen will be opened from3pm to 9pm .
The location is close...More
After an interesting journey to actually get there, we were met cordially and given a basic tour of the premises - hot communal Onsen baths, prayer room with the monks - and then shown to our room. Dinner and breakfast were both served there and...More
We really enjoyed our stay at Fukuchiin. The temple and especially the gardens are amazing. The dinner was great and very traditional. In the evening we copied sutra and in the morning we visited the ceremony. A truely exceptional experience.
Our main reason for staying at Koyasan was to experience the tranquility of the buddhist monastic life and take a glimpse of their routine and beliefs. We were not satisfied in this as we found the workings to be mostly money-oriented and mass production repetitive...More
The rooms were very large and comfortable.
Food was served in the room, it was a very fun and interesting experience! Unfortunately I couldn't eat a lot of the food-due to allergy I forgot to mention in advance, but the staff were amazing about it-went...More
We actually stayed at this temple so definitely got the full experience. The gardens are stunning and the inside is fantastic, immediate recognition of a storied history with its creaky wooden floors and unique decor as soon as you enter. Definitely worth stopping in if...More
We stayed here one evening during a 3 week break in Japan. We had stayed in other ryokan during our stay but this place is an actual temple which adds to the experience. Meals are served in your room which is really nice. We enjoyed...More