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Temple stay in Koyasan(Delux room)
Temple stay in Koyasan(Delux room)
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2 Gäste
1 Schlafzimmer
2 Betten
0 Badezimmer

Drücke die Abwärts-Taste, um ein Reisedatum auf dem Kalender auszuwählen. Drücke die Fragezeichen-Taste, um die Tastaturkürzel zum Ändern von Reisedaten aufzurufen.

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Drücke die Abwärts-Taste, um ein Reisedatum auf dem Kalender auszuwählen. Drücke die Fragezeichen-Taste, um die Tastaturkürzel zum Ändern von Reisedaten aufzurufen.

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Sanboin is a "Shukubo"(temple lodging), which has a 1200-year history.
Deluxe room "Mandala" is sophisticated wide room with conversation room.
You can experience a kind of meditation that purifies the body and soul.

Ausstattung
WLAN
Kostenloser Parkplatz auf dem Grundstück
Shampoo
Heizung
Preise
Wochenendpreis 355 € / Nacht
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Stornierungen
Sicherheits-Features
Rauchmelder
Erste-Hilfe-Set
Sicherheitsanweisungen
Feuerlöscher
Verfügbarkeit
1 Nacht Mindestaufenthalt.

14 Bewertungen

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Nutzerprofil von Mike
November 2017
This was a magical place to stay (both Koyasan in general, and this temple in particular)! Our all-too-brief time here (one night) was a true highlight of our visit to Japan. The monks were so wonderfully friendly and accommodating, the food was phenomenal (hands-down our favorite meals in Japan), and joining in the morning prayer ceremony was transcendental. The guest room is quite big, and has an adjoining sitting room, which we didn't even use — the main living/sleeping room was more than enough space for us. The view overlooking the garden is really nice. Our only complaint was the shared toilet area was a little crusty/smelly, but the separate bath and onsen were really nice. It is a bit pricey, but at the time, it was one of the only temples in Koyasan that we could book online, so the ease of booking through airbnb, and the peace of mind knowing that the booking was confirmed was somewhat worth it. Would love to come back and stay here again!

Nutzerprofil von Paul
August 2017
Amazing place and food, great atmosphere and people. If you're okay with the somewhat steep price, go here!

Nutzerprofil von Tamer
Juli 2017
Our stay with Zenbo was amazing. The temple grounds were gorgeous, and the room had an incredible view. Everyone we met at the temple was very warm and welcoming, and gave us ideas of things to do in the area. The dinner and breakfast were delicious, and the morning ceremony was very special. We learned a lot from Zenbo, he was very kind, knowledgeable, and truly a great person. It was a great experience. Highly recommended!

Nutzerprofil von Karina Ayumi
Mai 2017
VALE MUITO A PENA!! It's worth it a lot!! If you are in doubt, don't hesitate! This experience, it'amazing! You can read all the commentaries, I totally agree! The food is fantastic, the monks are very nice, great hosts and very funny! You won't regret to stay at sanboin! It's very easy to arrive there, when you arrive in Koya, there are a lot of people who is going to help you in How to get the bus! Following the instructions, you won't miss! And the okunoin cemetery is near the temple!

Nutzerprofil von Nicole
April 2017
This is a once in a lifetime place to stay - I can't recommend it highly enough. My husband and I traveled to Japan for three weeks and this was a highlight of the trip. It is still cold in the mountains in April, so we bundled up for two nights in the birthplace of esoteric Buddhism and the magic and honor of staying in a temple. The temple was easy to find with Zenbo's instructions, and the train ride to Koya-san was a beautiful ride itself! The room is one of a kind - there are no other rooms like this at the temple - it is very large, and there is a separate sitting room. The entry/guest area is full of brochures of the area. The monks are very open to talking about what the monk life is like, and answered lots of questions about the morning prayer ceremony - we went both mornings! The prayer room ceiling is covered with gold lanterns - a sight to behold!! The temple is very old and traditional - open air - so we had heaters in the room but the rest of the temple is very open to nature. We got to watch the head monk tend his garden and koi pond just outside the bedroom window, we felt like we were behind the scenes! The food - it was absolutely incredible! Very filling, so many courses, and the most beautiful presentation you have ever seen. They even sell their own sake for dinner! There are separate, large public baths for men and women, and low showers to sit and wash beforehand, but all toilets are shared. The baths add to the relaxation of the temple. If you go, be sure to walk Okunoin cemetery in the late afternoon when the lanterns turn on - a stunning visual and spiritual experience. Enjoy Sanboin!

Nutzerprofil von Andrew
Oktober 2016
An amazing place to stay' such a calm atmosphere pervades the whole temple that it is easy to feel relaxed. The staff were very welcoming, the food was AMAZING, the best we had in Japan. The morning service is an experience not to be missed- very spiritual

Nutzerprofil von Katy
April 2016
The temple is quiet and calm and beautiful , and near the Okunoin.

Ito District, JapanMitglied seit März 2014
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東京大学法学部卒。東京大学大学院総合文化研究科超域文化科学専攻博士課程中退。専門は比較日本文化論、南方熊楠研究。大学院在学中より、ITベンチャーの立ち上げに参画、ソフトウェアの開発に携わる。その後、株式会社ジャパンスタイルを設立し、国際交流基金の事業で、中央アジア・中東・カナダ等で津軽三味線や沖縄音楽を始めとする伝統芸能の舞台をプロデュース。2007年より経済産業省主催の海外富裕層誘客事業(ラグジュアリートラベル)の検討委員に就任。現在、高野山別格本山三宝院副住職、高野山大学総務課長。

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