Stay at a temple in the tranquil surroundings of Mt. Koya
There are 52 temples that provide lodging in the Mt. Koya area, and a wide range of visitors stay at them throughout the year.
Sekishoin's main building used for lodging is a stately Japanese temple.
Things you can only experience at Shukubo
Sekishoin also offers plans that let you try your hand at transcribing sutras and experience other aspects of ascetic trainings.
Guests are also welcome to take part in the Buddhist service held every morning. Enjoy things you can only experience at Shukubo.
Shojin-ryori vegetarian cuisine
Traditional shojin-ryori vegetarian cuisine uses no meat, fish, onions, or garlic. The recipes have been passed down secretly from monk to monk and chef to chef for more than 1,100 years.
The traditional dishes include tempura, deep-fried tofu, Koya-dofu, sesame tofu, miso soup, and vinegared vegetables. Particularly recommended among these are "sesame tofu" and "Koya-dofu," whose delicious flavors you can't enjoy anywhere else. Don't miss the chance to try them.
- Communal baths
- We have one communal bath for men and one for women. After a stroll around Mt. Koya, relax and soak your travel weariness away in a large bath.
- Meeting room
- We have a spacious meeting room that can be used for companies' and organizations' training camps and workshops.
- Free good luck charm
- We give guests a free good luck charm.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the building.
All rooms are non-smoking.
(There are smoking areas inside the building.)
|Check-in||1:00 p.m. (Last check-in at 5:00 p.m.)|
|Total number of guest rooms||60 rooms|
|Guest room facilities||TV, hair dryer, Samue, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, toothbrushes, bath towel, towels|
|Facilities||communal baths, banquet hall, meeting room, microwave, electric hot water pot, vending machines, fax service, copying service|
|Parking||30 cars ( Free )|