Hotel Seiryuso

158 Kogawaguchi, Kiwacho , Kumano, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 519-5417, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 158 Kogawaguchi, Kiwacho , Kumano.
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    A travel blog entry by iamjwe on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... and fruit for dessert. Upon finishing dinner we left for one final excursion of the day, a nighttime walking tour of the cemetery. This cemetery holds over 200,000 crypts amongst massive Japanese cedar trees, we walked through while being guided by a local monk, who had many stories explaining various tenets of their religion and how they live. The cemetery trail led to a final temple, where the founder of this sect has ...

    More temples

    A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Jun 16, 2014

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    ... san. Here I am staying in a guesthouse with capsule rooms - sort of like a coffin with a door on the back; a bit weird at the beginning but actually very nice to stay in. You have your own space and a nice bed, so nothing to complain about!

    The afternoon I got to Koya-san I went on a sightseeing trip with Lucas from Spain whom I had met in the guesthouse. We hiked up a mountain for some great views and then came back to town to see the ...

    Up the mountain

    A travel blog entry by petturik on May 18, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... for mere mortals like me nearly impossible to comprehend. But as soon as i knew it was the 8:13 train from platform it was easy. Well kinda. I just missed it so i had to call in the help again from the staff to find the next train. From there it was an hour and a half train ride with a transfer at Hashimoto. The scene becomes gradually less urban and more rural until at one point there is just a single track and small stations with only the station master on ...

    Koya san

    A travel blog entry by triptalk on May 05, 2014

    12 photos

    Koya san is a very ancient temple site, which is now kind of a town with over one hundred temples. Hosting people like me is big business for the monks, but there is nothing too fake about it. You sleep at the temple in your own very nice tatami room, they serve a vegan dinner in your room and invite you to learn meditation (where I learned I can't count to ten three times in a row without my mind wandering), copy the heart sutra in ...

    The holy Mountain

    A travel blog entry by richymariner on Oct 01, 2013

    2 photos

    ... live
    and work and to visit the extensive Okunoin cemetery – just a nice place to
    walk around the hundreds of grave markers. Just be careful though, in some
    areas (quite rightly) photography is forbidden. It was also interesting to see
    the companies which had donated grave markers including those for a pest
    disposal company who didn’t want to offend the spirits of the bugs they killed
    – a fascinating view of traditional ...

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