Hotel Seiryuso

Address: 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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          The sacred mountain, more temples

          A travel blog entry by jandwinjapan on Oct 04, 2015

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          Koyasan was our goal today. We left our big suitcases in our hotel in Kyoto, because we'll return here in a day. We took an early train towards Osaka and beyond, every transfer got us in a slower train until we ended up in a cable car. This interesting and slightly scary contraption brought us up the mountain (from 500 to 800 meter in a few minutes) and a bus afterwards got us into the village Koyasan. After arrival we checked into our temple ryokan (a ryokan is an ...


          A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Oct 03, 2015

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          We hired a car for the weekend. John was taking us to see the mountains and to spend a night at Koyasan which is an active monastic Buddhist centre. This year it is celebrating its 1200th anniversary. We left Osaka and headed south. We had lunch at Yoshino and then drove through some amazing mountains. Autumn is almost there. We arrived in Koyasan at 5pm. Booked into our temple, Ekoin, and then we were served our vegetarian dinner at 5.30. Jack did ...

          Gardens and temples

          A travel blog entry by ebroadfield on Sep 16, 2015

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          Koya-san is a thickly forested tableland about 900m above sea level, surrounded by eight mountains and is the centre for the Shingon school of Esoteric Buddhism in Japan. The founder, Kobo Daishi (known as Kukai in life), started developing the monastic complex in 816 AD, after returning from his travels and studies in China. It still has about 110 temples and is considered the spiritual centre of Japan. We travelled there by train through bamboo ...

          Buddhist Temple

          A travel blog entry by teamjs on Sep 03, 2015

          29 photos

          I traveled from Mt Fuji to Mount Kōya is the name of mountains in Wakayama o the south of Osaka.
          I spend 2 nights at a Buddhist Temple. When booking the accommodation, they "warned" me that it is not a hotel, so expect modest place far from luxury.

          Well, after spending almost 4 months in Hostel's, this was one of the nicest places I actually stayed at. ...

          Kōya-san, village of the priests - 1 night

          A travel blog entry by feuersalamander on Sep 01, 2015

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          Tuesday, 1. September

          The ride in the train was really good for my health because I could sleep one hour more. When I woke up I realized we were riding through a jungle – only scattered houses and many trees around us. Amazing! Also the tran station we had to get off the train was very jungle-ish. From the Kōya-san train station we had to go on a cablecare that took us around 300 meters higher in 5 minutes. Then we had to take the bus to get to the core ...