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Fudoin

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456 Koyasan, Koya 648-0284, Japan
+81 736 562 414

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Fudoin
Sat 10/21
Sun 10/22

Overall guest ratings

9.4/10 Excellent
Based on 58 reviews

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  • Pleasant hotel grounds
  • Wonderful housekeeping
  • Professional service
  • Yummy vegetarian & vegan dishes

Nearby

  • 0.4 mi Koyasan University
  • 0.4 mi Kongobuji Temple
  • 0.5 mi Konpon Daito Pagoda
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Enjoy peace of mind listening to the chirping of birds, the rustling of leaves and the sound of water dripping into the pond. Enjoy dinner from private dining rooms with views of the garden. Have breakfast in a dining room or at a table in the shoin (traditional study hall) (built 450 years ago). After the morning Buddhist religious service, English guides introduce Mt. Koya to guests. Please note rooms do not have private baths. - This facility is a temple lodging. *Temple lodgings were originally accommodation facilities for Buddhist priests and practitioners, but they now also accept regular tourists. A Buddhist temple is also located on site, so both staff and priests will offer hospitality to guests. - At this temple lodging, guests can enjoy Buddhist vegetarian cuisine. *Buddhist vegetarian cuisine follows Buddhist precepts and is prepared with vegetables, beans, and other plant derived ingredients. - When staying at this temple lodging, guests can experience the following. - Sutra Transcription: Transcribe Buddhist sutras. - Religious Service: Observe a ritual where a Buddhist priest chants sutras, etc. (*Every morning from 7:00.) - Ajikan Meditation: Meditate while looking at the Sanskrit symbol for “A”. (*Requires reservation in advance.) [Notes] The above experiences are current as of Aug. 17, 2017. Provision of the experiences may be cancelled or experiences may not be available depending on the day. And depending on the type of experience, advance notice or a fee may be required, so for those interested in the experiences, please make sure to contact the temple lodging in advance for details.

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