Shukubo (Temple Guesthouse) Information

This shukubu is located in the center of Koyasan north of Kongobu-ji Temple and was founded by Shinkei Ritsushi in the Johei era (around 1931). The temple was named after Kobo Daishi, who once prayed for rain there. Honson Yakushi Nyorai in a late Fujiwara era building and has been designated as an Important Cultural Property. It is also the tenth place in the Sacred Ground of Nishikuni Yakushi. The statues of the temple treasure Kobo Daishi and Bodhisattva image were donated by Motonari Motonari and are famous as Hongin Buddha.

  • Facility information

    Address 647 Koyasan, Koya-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama JAPAN
    TEL/FAX TEL : +81(0)736-56-2439
    FAX : +81(0)736-56-4531
    Experiences Morning buddhist ceremonies
    Room type and price


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


    Normal room(23guests room)
    2people or more ¥11,000~

    Fusuma is a wood-framed sliding door and partition covered with thick paper.
    It is movable in grooves and separates the rooms.

    Bus guidance Take a bus from NO.2 bus stop bound for Okunoin-mae, and the nearest bus stop is Keisatsu-mae.
    Annotation Check-in / 15:00~17:00
    Check-out / 10:00
    Capacity / 110 individual guests
    Curfew / 21:00
    Facilities / Main temple hall/Japanese garden/Parking Public bath(Men and women are separated)


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