Located at the heart of Mount Koya, Koyasan Onsen Fukuchiin Shukubo offers Japanese-style accommodations in a historical Buddhist temple. Guests can refresh in the public hot-spring baths, experience Shakyo Sutra transcriptions or attend Buddhist morning services. Koyasan Cable Car Station is a 10-minute drive away and guests can take the public bus to Koya Police Station Bus Stop, which is located right by the property.
The Japanese-style rooms feature tatami (woven-straw) floors and Japanese futon bedding. Each comes with a safety deposit box and a TV. Some rooms come with garden views and a private toilet. All guests share bathrooms.
The public indoor hot-spring bath has tatami floors, and guests can also refresh in the sauna rooms. You can relax by looking out into the traditional garden made by a famous landscape artist, Shigemori Mirei, and purchase gifts at the souvenir shop. Daily newspapers and luggage storage is available at the front desk.
Traditional vegetarian dishes are served for breakfast. Guests who wish to have dinner must make a request in advance. All meals are served at the guests’ rooms or the dining room.
Fukuchiin Koyasan Onsen is a 15-minute walk from Daimon Gate and a 5-minute walk from Kongobu-ji Temple.