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This is nothing but a touristic (it even has got a souvenir boutique inside) and expensive (really expensive) place to waste money in.
I spent here one night, actually the most expensive night of my journey in Japan, and every time I went to the...More
The hotel is a Shukubo , so a guest house managed by Monks which are worshipping the Shingon Buddhism . You can attend their ceremony at 6.00am in the morning after which they explain in English about the Shingon Buddhism which is one of the...More
A very interesting experience for temple stay in the holy Koyasan. Beautiful gardens (designed by a famous landscape architect Shigemori), though the interior design seems overcrowded at places (somehow there is a corner concentrated with random souvenir-looking items that took away some of the expected...More
Temple? Theme hotel? Probably a little of both. Its a working temple with a lean to tourists.
The environment is calm and relaxing, a great antidote to travelling the big cities.
The rooms are deliberately basic in a traditional style, it was set out with...More
Beautiful view of gardens from our room(49). All the gardens are beautiful and well kept.
Vegetarian food, both breakfast and dinner very well presented and prepared. As we found it difficult to eat sitting on the floor, they were happy to provide small chairs...More
US$ 188 - US$ 741 (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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"If you book here ask for a room with garden view as they are much better"