Shukubo (Temple Guesthouse) Information

During the Daichi period (12th century), the shukubo was opened with the memorial Buddha Fugen Bodhisattva, at the time the Imperial Prince climbed Mt Koyasan. Komoto Daishi was instilled in the work of Michio Kegonji, one of the ten great disciples of Kobo Daishi.
In addition, Daikokuten, which has been handed down to Hokenin Temple, leading the temple gate, which was extremely poor, to prosperity, and the Kiizou Fudoki reports the value of its merit.
In 1996, the Buddha ashes were commissioned from Nepal, and a religious hall was built.

  • Facility information

    Address 605 Koyasan, Koya-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama JAPAN
    TEL/FAX TEL : +81(0)736-56-2131
    FAX : +81(0)736-56-4688
    URL https://www.fugen-in.com/
    Experiences ・Sutra Copyng(¥1,000)
     ※Reservation required
    ・Fire Ceremony(28th of every month, AM7:00~)

    Morning buddhist ceremonies
    Room type and price


    Fusuma room(6guest rooms)※1
    2 people or more ¥11,000~


    Normal room(25guest rooms)
    2 people or more ¥11,000~¥13,200


    Room with private toilet (11guest rooms)
    2 people or more ¥13,200~¥15,500
    ※The price is for one person, one night including dinner and breakfast.

    Fusuma is a wood-framed sliding door and partition covered with thick paper.
    It is movable in grooves and separates the rooms.
    ※The price will be higher in the case one person use one room.

    Bus guidance Take a bus from NO.2 bus stop bound for Okunoin-mae, and the nearest bus stop is Senjuin-higashi.
    Annotation Check-in / 14:00~17:00
    Check-out / 9:00
    Capacity / 100 individual guests
    Curfew / 21:00
    Facilities / Main temple hall/Japanese garden(Light up at night)/Parking /Baggage hold Public bath(Men and women are separated) Wi-Fi(Available at whole building)


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