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Dirancang untuk wisata bisnis dan plesir, Koyasan Ekoin terletak strategis di Koya, salah satu area lokal paling terkenal di kota ini. Dari sini, para tamu dapat menikmati akses mudah ke semua hal yang dimiliki oleh kota yang aktif ini. Karena lokasinya yang strategis, properti ini memiliki akses mudah ke destinasi yang wajib dikunjungi di kota ini.
Koyasan Ekoin berkomitmen untuk memastikan kenyamanan selama Anda menginap dengan menawarkan pelayanan superior dan sejumlah fasilitas kepada para tamu. Para tamu dapat menikmati fasilitas di tempat seperti WiFi gratis di semua kamar, penyimpanan barang, Wi-fi di tempat umum, tempat parkir mobil, layanan kamar.
Masukilah salah satu dari 10 kamar yang menggoda di sini dan lepaskan rasa penat Anda dengan sejumlah fasilitas yang tersedia seperti televisi layar datar, akses internet WiFi (gratis), kamar bebas asap rokok, penghangat ruangan, meja tulis. Properti memiliki berbagai pilihan fasilitas rekreasi yang memungkinkan Anda melakukan bermacam hal selama menginap. Temukan perpaduan menarik dari pelayanan profesional dan sejumlah fasilitas yang ada di Koyasan Ekoin.
Kebijakan mengenai anak dan tempat tidur tambahan
Anak dengan usia berapa pun boleh menginap di properti ini.
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Anak usia 0-5 tahun (inklusif)
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Kasur tambahan bisa diminta di properti; biaya tambahan mungkin berlaku
Tamu berusia 6 tahun ke atas dianggap sebagai tamu dewasa.
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Excellent temple stay experience, able to experience free meditation, scripture copying services. The food is above average and very nicely presented. It didn’t stand up to top shojin ryori but with price of stay and two meals, it was worth it. The temple is a fair way walk from other sights except okunoin. With this distance, it was definitely worth it getting koyasan world heritage ticket. I don’t feel this was need to join the night tour, it was just as easy hiring an audio guide and explore yourselves. It is worth making two visits to okunoin, one at night and one during the day. It is a magical feeling at night and during the day to closely examine the headstones and visit hall of lanterns etc.
Short and Sweet”
Because of the cost we only stayed one night. It was an experience that we’ll remember for a long time. We highly recommend the night time cemetery tour. There is so much to see and it’s a lovely chilled-out town; we would have liked to stay longer and would recommend 1 night in a temple then a couple of nights elsewhere.
Love to stay”
Good location，good facilities and GREAT experience！ Highly recommend！
Very expensive 'hotel', but we really wanted to try this stay. Staff is OK but not very warm. We tried the meditation session, the cemetery walk, the morning ceremony and fire ceremony... all very interesting. Nice dinner and breakfast served in room, but would be interesting to get a quick description of what is in our plates!
Lodging with many activities ”
Ekoin felt a little more touristy than the other accommodation I stayed at whilst at Koyasan. They were well-run, with the staff speaking good English and sufficient activities to keep the tourist occupied. There were also many people who stayed at the accommodation while we were there. Consequently, I felt that the staff was less personable and the activities they conducted were too crowded for the experience. What also marred the experience (but not the accommodation's fault) was how some tourists would take photos during the ceremony (which is rather rude) or behave in a manner not befitting of a religious accommodation. As I write this review, I hope that future guests would be respectful and appreciate the accommodation and its surroundings.
We had a wonderful time staying here. The monks were extremely welcoming and the food was fanstastic. It was ver special and educational to be involved in morning prayer and the fire ceremony and we got a lot out of the meditation session. The highlight was the cemetery tour - don't forget to book this in advance. You need to be aware there are no private washing facilities and if you are given a room next to a noise family there is little soundproofing.
Unique accommodation in a fascinating town”
It takes time to get to Koyasan and there is so much to see that it is probably worth staying a couple of nights which would give you more time to absorb the atmosphere of the place as well as visit all the religious sites. The rooms are much more modern than I had expected and vegetarian food was excellent plus the fire ceremony was incredibly atmospheric.
Brush up on your Japanese...”
This accommodation was not quite what these two travelers with limited mobility expected, though we managed to adapt and accept. The biggest disappointment was the lack of even just basic instructions of the electrical batth, shower and onsen controls which would have let us enjoy those facilities to their full extent. Similarly, simple instructions on the heater would have made our stay so much more comfortable during the cold days of our short stay in Koyasan. But we enjoyed the food though a little more variety could have pleased my wife more, but then this was advertised sa a monastery... The staff was very helpful and understanding of our needs and we appreciated their efforts. Special Thanks to Nori.
Fantastic little gem”
Loved everything about my 2 night stay here. I wasn’t in a rush so decided to stay for 2 nights. The breakfast and dinner was so delicious. It snowed when I was there and it was beautiful! The monks here speak good English, no issues with communicating. The futon was soft and comfortable - didn’t feel like I was sleeping on the floor. Highly recommended and would love to return.
A MUST-DO if visiting Japan”
Our stay at the temple was the highlight of our Japan holiday. The friendliness of the monks, the lovely room, delicious meals and the experiences offered are worth the time and effort to travel there. The cemetery tour was very special and we loved the onsens!
Recommended by some friends I booked a night for myself and it was just perfect. The attention was incredible, all ran very smooth, more than a few activities inside the temple. The facilities are modern and comfortable. Food was generous and they even give you a little souvenir to take home. I would have stayed another night if I could
I would definitely recommend this place. Very nice rooms and atmosphere. Good food. And of course it's in a prime location. The morning prayers and fire ceremony were very moving and interesting. I highly recommend participating. My only complaint was that my friends and I were forgotten about during the dinner, so we were just left in the dining room alone for an hour not sure what to do, and without any beverages being served. We didn't speak the language very well, so eventually we just left and went back to our rooms.
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! The grounds were beautiful and the whole place was breathtaking. Worth every cent, even though I didn't like the food that much. The cafe near the cemetery makes a fantastic chicken curry if you're hankering for some meat. Can't recommend the experience enough!
The buddhist vegetarian food (for dinner and breakfast) served in the room was the best vegetarian food i ever ate. The staff/ monks were very friendly and service oriented. There were various activities offered by Ekoin like Ajikan Meditation, Buddhist Sutra Writing, Memorial Service, Goma (Homa) Fire Ritual and Okunoin Cemetery Night Tour(chargable). The bathroom/ Onsen was shared (for same gender) but was almost empty when i used it during the night and early morning, probably due to the cold weather. In all, would recommend anyone who is keen to have an overnight stay in Koyasan.
Koya-san and Ekoin were the highlights of our trip to Japan. The temple Ekoin is beautiful. The rooms are in traditional Japanese style. You will sleeps on a futon, but which is very comfortable. The rooms are very big and clean. Also the common toilets and showers. The young monks are very friendly and courteous. A great experience was the meditation, the morning service and the fire ceremony. You should definitely participate. The food is all vegetarian, prepared with much love and very delicious. The overnight stay was very expensive, but we can only recommend the Ekoin to everyone. It is definitely worth it. It is an experience in a class of its own. Keep going
Awesome experience ”
It’s quite a trek to get to this place. It rained the whole day/night we were there. I thought the food was great. Food was a bit outside my husband’s comfort zone. Sleeping on the floor had been ok at previous locations but here the mats were thinner so not as comfortable. The monks were awesome and accommodating. The heater in our room set off the fire alarms twice. The prayer and fire ceremonies were breathtaking. I would Highly recommend this experience because that is what it is. It’s an amazing and awesome experience.
Ok but a lot more expensive than some other places and no attempt was made at all to describe the food which was disappointing. Preferred Kumagaiji which is only a few foot steps away and which felt more intimate.
Very good location and services provided”
Koyasan area is a small temple town. Location of ekoin is good, with the fire ceremony and meeting point of the night cemetery tour. Basically like the club Med of koyasan. I booked the private bath. Was worth the experience.
Nice temple with unforgettable experience”
Thanks to Nori, a very friendly staff of the temple and other monks, the stay is an unforgettable experience. I tried meditation, sutra writing, Okunoin night tour, vegetarian cuisine as well as the morning service and fire ritual, they are all very good activities arranged by the temple.
Great experience, not just accomadation”
We loved the whole experience, the cemetery night tour, meditation before dinner. Onsen was excellent then the morning ceremonies are really interesting as I’d never experienced any of this before. The whole area is impressive, lites to see and do