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      I'm traveling for work
      3.7/51 Reviews
      2.15km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      The Nakagawa Ryokan is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Nakagawa Ryokan offers a pleasant stay in Kudoyama for those traveling for business or leisure. The hotel is conveniently located just 2km from Kōyaguchi Station and 34km from Kansai International Airport. Keeping busy is easy, with Kamuro Karukayado, Jison-in Temple and Old Kayano Family House all nearby. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. For those driving themselves, parking is provided on site.
      FromUS$32
      4.1/5Very Good57 Reviews
      3.9km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      Work at Mt. Koya. Safe, get off to work. Today's stay is a hotel in Hashimoto. Today is Wakayama Hashimoto. Breakfast buffet of Hotel Route Inn Hashimoto Free ‼. It is a beautiful hotel that has just been made. I am happy with business travelers and have a large bath. To Sakura and Sakura! More and more happy is that breakfast is free. It's not a snack, but a buffet style with a lot of items.It was definitely starting at 6:30, but when I interrupted that time, I already had a procession.Everyone is hungry. I want to eat it a little bit by little because it is basic little by little! Today's selection is here. hamburger 鱼 フライ omelet winner 焼魚 焼きそば In addition, rice cherry blossoms are made from miso soup cherry blossoms, and salad cherry blossoms are made from cherry blossoms. From those who usually only eat a small amount of breakfast, the big meal ‼ variety is rich, but the ground thing is not found. Finally, it was a small plum. Plum is certainly a specialty of Wakayama. This umeboshi is not salty and slightly sweet. It is not a white rice, but it is the best for sake. Other side dishes are safely delicious. Is it a sensation, Dan 々 The most delicious thing around this time when the oil became hot was the rice with natto on the rice and wrapped in nori. Eat in the interval, the boiled food of the eel. This was the best. I couldn't get it out today, but bread and fruit were also substantial. After all, I would like to eat natto rice and go to work? ? What do you think about breakfast? This is only the number of items, I am afraid that it is free ‼
      FromUS$55
      4.4/5Excellent25 Reviews
      10.86km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      My rating is given in relation to my expectation. The price per night at this temple is lower than at most of the other temples. You still get the entire experience, traditional rooms, quietude, very friendly staff, hot bath and a good dinner, which is Buddhist vegetarian. The food is beautifully arranged, however it might be slightly better at some of the other more expensive temples, but it was still excellent. If you want to experience the temple stay, without spending a fortune, this is the place. And it is located just next to the great pagoda
      FromUS$102
      4.5/5Excellent57 Reviews
      10.95km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      I have support for breakfast and dinner, and the rice is especially delicious. The young monk at the reception is either cute or handsome. The morning class needs to go in advance, especially on time, and ca n’t go in a minute late. Jialan, the leaves are only red on November 13, and Kyoto has only a little redness. Those who want to see the red leaves can come half a month later. Kansai Airport can directly buy direct bus tickets to Koyasan. Koyasan direct buses to Kumano Honmiya Shrine or the sacred place of Yufeng Onsen need to be booked in advance, once a day.
      FromUS$290
      4.6/5Outstanding75 Reviews
      11.08km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      This isn't the ”normal” tourist experience and doesn't have the ”usual” amenities. What you get is the authentic sense of what it was like to live around 150-100 years ago in a traditional upper class Japanese home. Because although you are in a monastery there appear to be very few monks in residence, and the building itself resembles (on a much less extravagant scale) the palaces in Kyoto and Osaka. So yes, the room had no window, but that's because it's built in a traditional Japanese style where the rooms are off a corridor and the windows all face the corridor. If you want the view you go into the hallway--and the views here are all beautiful gardens. We were there in January and it was *cold.* The kerosene heater warmed the area and the heavy quilt and second blanket on the futon made sleeping nice and warm, but the room itself remained chill. A traditional device of a table with a heavy heated quilt kept our legs and feet quite warm during non-sleeping time, and the bath was a delight. Since I have tattoos, I was concerned because nothing said that tattoos were welcome in the public bath, but when I asked they said it was fine. All in all, the experience in the room and place really felt more like being in a mansion in Japan 150 years ago or so rather than a monastery per se, except for the early morning service, which we attended. It seemed there were few monks living here, but we truly enjoyed the sense of what life was like for the upper class in the 19th Cent. And the food--oh my, the food! It is all vegan, it is all delicious, and there was far more than I could possibly eat. I think dinner consisted of something like 8 dishes, or maybe more? Soba noodles, and another soup, a sesame tofu, tempura vegetables, four kinds of pickles, rice (of course!) roasted vegetables, and a lot of other things I forget. But each dish was distinct and utterly scrumptious. Breakfast wasn't quite as large, but was still too much for me (especially after the feast the night before) and was still quite varied (two different noodle soups, and rice and pickles and different preparations of vegetables than the night before) and it was wonderful. Entirely worth it for the food alone. We did attend the early morning service with the monks and found it very interesting and meditative--a calming way to start the day.
      FromUS$176
      4.1/5Very Good20 Reviews
      11.12km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      Very good, not far from the Jingangfeng Temple, dinner and breakfast for the vegetarian meal is also very delicious, half an hour of early classes, a lot of foreigners. It is important to note that dinner, morning classes and breakfast are subject to time. It must be said that the travel experience of Koyasan exceeded expectations.
      FromUS$67
      4.4/5Excellent5 Reviews
      11.26km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      We stayed for one night at Shojoshin-in. We found the whole experience amazing and totally authentic. It's a huge temple. Rooms are traditional and spacious. We had a standard room with shared toilet and bathroom facilities. Everything was clean and we were provided with yakutas and slippers. Toiletries (toothbrushes, shower gel, shampoo) are all provided. Hot water is provided in the room together with green tea and a sweet on arrival. The food was amazing. All vegetarian and so tasty. We had our own private dining space downstairs which was lovely. The two people we saw working there who from what I could see, did everything from check in, provide information about timings if things, clean, make and serve food, were so friendly. Although limited English is spoken, it didn't really matter as you can get by. There were a handful of people staying at the same time as us but there were never any issues with using the facilities or bumping into people. The shower facilities and hot spring bath was only available in the evening from 4pm to 9pm. It was very cold throughout the temple but our room had a heater which was perfect and made our room really cosy. View from the room was amazing. We were invited to the 6.30am morning prayer where we saw a Buddhist Monk chant prayers and perform the morning ceremony which I really enjoyed and we were able to speak to the monk and ask questions afterwards. We were also lucky enough to be able to stay for the fire ceremony which takes place at 1pm. Location of the temple is fantastic for the bus stop and Okuoin (the cemetary) - just a two minute walk to the entrance. We did a night walking tour and also went back the next morning to see it in the day and managed to catch a couple of ceremonies being conducted by Buddhist Monks. The other big temple is Eko-in which is just across the road. This seemed to be a lot more busier with the number of guests (the night time walking tour starts here) and much more commercialised. I would highly recommend staying at Shojoshin-in for a truly authentic experience.
      FromUS$113
      4.5/5Excellent101 Reviews
      11.35km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      I drove for three hours in the morning and arrived at Koyasan from Kyoto. The temperature on the mountain was 5 or 6 degrees cooler than Kyoto. We stayed at Huiguangyuan, a 1000-year-old Buddhist monastery. The temple has traditional Japanese-style rooms and beautiful gardens. The meals are Buddhist and vegetarian, and the service staff are monks, making people feel the Japanese Buddhist culture. The morning morning there was a Buddhist morning class and meditation activities. [Konoyama] On the altar, Kalan - Jingangfeng Temple - Huiguangyuan. Koyasan is the ancestral ancestor of Dongmi Mang, and was founded by the master of Hongfa in the 7th year of Hongren (816). Legend has it that the Master of the Seas was willing to find a lotus sacred place like Wutai Mountain in China to promote the Dharma. When the line went to Gaoye Mountain, a pair of white dogs and black dogs led the way. The Masters of the Sea followed them to discover the eight peaks around the Gaoye Mountain, so they were Here you build your own dojo, which has been passed down to the present. The altar on the altar is the center of the entire Gaoye Mountain, and it is also the place where the empty sea masters first built the temple. The Jingangfeng Temple is the largest temple in Koyasan. It was originally built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1593, and was renamed as the King Kong Temple in the Meiji era.
      FromUS$223
      4.8/5Outstanding50 Reviews
      11.41km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      From the moment we (mother/daughter) arrived at Fudo-In, we knew we had stumbled into a once in a lifetime experience. We were greeted by a diligent and hard-working monastery worker who showed us how to arrange our slippers, checked us into our room, and explained all of the necessary information (dinner time, bath hours) -- even with his limited english. His devotion to his task and to his interaction with visitors was truly touching (and the warmth we felt towards him even gave us a pang to say goodbye the next day). Our room was large, with a patio overlooking a garden, absolutely stunning. After spending the afternoon exploring the town and temples, we returned to Fudo-In for a DELICIOUS, beautiful, masterfully-presented vegan meal. The next morning, we participated in the monks' prayer ceremony, which was very special. The monk spoke to the group after the meditation -- first in japanese, and then in english -- which we weren't expecting, and was so wonderful! Again an incredible meal, and we left after breakfast. If you're looking for a peaceful, powerful, close to nature experience, Koyasan is the place to go, and I can't recommend Fudo-in highly enough.
      FromUS$175
      4.1/5Very Good0 Reviews
      14.97km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      It is an accommodation housed in remodeled annex building of on-site important Cultural Property Hori mansion that was used as the imperial palace for 4 generations of emperors of the Southern Court about 700 years ago.
      FromUS$338
      4.4/5Excellent0 Reviews
      15.23km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      The Kawachi no Yado is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Kawachi no Yado offers a pleasant stay in Kawachinagano for those traveling for business or leisure. Traveling to the hotel is easy with Kawachinagano Railway Station located approximately 1km away and Kansai International Airport roughly 31km away. There is no shortage of things to see in the area, with the Koya Kaido, Renkoji Temple and Lovely Hall all nearby. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings.
      FromUS$94
      4.5/5Excellent79 Reviews
      17.48km from Nagurahachiman Shrine
      I didn't expect too much for the chain store, but it was good. (+) 1F The large bath is artificial radium hot spring morning bath from 5 o'clock There is a sofa in the room and it is comfortable Parking is large Hotel HP reservations, PET bottles, etc. Service The whole facility is new and clean Rin Breakfast Viking, a lot of goods and a small amount of food, replenish immediately Breakfast Viking, a lot of counter seats at the window, even one person (-) Bad access to Laraport just opposite the hotel No convenience store (no Laraport) bring towels and towels in the room in the cherry blossom bath
      FromUS$49

      Hotels Near Nagurahachiman Shrine In Hashimoto Review

      4.1/557 Reviews
      Work at Mt. Koya. Safe, get off to work. Today's stay is a hotel in Hashimoto. Today is Wakayama Hashimoto. Breakfast buffet of Hotel Route Inn Hashimoto Free ‼. It is a beautiful hotel that has just been made. I am happy with business travelers and have a large bath. To Sakura and Sakura! More and more happy is that breakfast is free. It's not a snack, but a buffet style with a lot of items.It was definitely starting at 6:30, but when I interrupted that time, I already had a procession.Everyone is hungry. I want to eat it a little bit by little because it is basic little by little! Today's selection is here. hamburger 鱼 フライ omelet winner 焼魚 焼きそば In addition, rice cherry blossoms are made from miso soup cherry blossoms, and salad cherry blossoms are made from cherry blossoms. From those who usually only eat a small amount of breakfast, the big meal ‼ variety is rich, but the ground thing is not found. Finally, it was a small plum. Plum is certainly a specialty of Wakayama. This umeboshi is not salty and slightly sweet. It is not a white rice, but it is the best for sake. Other side dishes are safely delicious. Is it a sensation, Dan 々 The most delicious thing around this time when the oil became hot was the rice with natto on the rice and wrapped in nori. Eat in the interval, the boiled food of the eel. This was the best. I couldn't get it out today, but bread and fruit were also substantial. After all, I would like to eat natto rice and go to work? ? What do you think about breakfast? This is only the number of items, I am afraid that it is free ‼
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      FromUS$55

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