Koyasan Onsen Fukuchiin34.2157436156608, 135.585023313761
ex. Koyasan Onsen Fukuchin
Located within 38 km from Wakayama Marina City, Koyasan Onsen Fukuchiin features a Jacuzzi, a sauna and a hot spring bath.
The hotel offers a perfect location in the heart of Koya, minutes away from a temple and a mausoleum as well as forests and mountains. It is located 54 km from Osaka and 1 km from the center of Koya.
It will take 45 minutes by car to get to Osaka airport.
At the comfortable property, the rooms come with a minibar, central heating and a personal safe. Certain units have views of the garden. The rooms have a Japanese design.
Eat & Drink
Koyasan Onsen Fukuchiin serves vegetarian breakfast in the morning. The hotel includes the restaurant with authentic cuisine.
The hotel also features free car parking, a vending machine and a gift store.
Hotspot wireless internet access is available in public areas for free.
No internet access available
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 66.
On-site car park
- Shops/Commercial services
- Newspaper service
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Hot spring bath
- Open-air bath
- Public Bath
- Garden view
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Trouser press
Rooms and availability
In the Room
1 Double bed or 1 Queen-size bed1 Double bed or 1 Queen-size bed, 2 Single beds
1 Double bed1 Double bed, Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
It's a quite unique hotel, being also a temple. Design is interesting, if a bit eclectic, garden beautiful. Service was efficient and no-nonsense. Room for one is small, but correct, and with the heater it was warm. I had only breakfast there, and it was good. There's a small Onsen in the building, was nice to use, especially the outside bath. Location is awesome, every bus to the station pass by the nearby stop, so it's easy to return from every point of the Koyasan.
It was cold in the corridors, and the room needed to be a bit freshened up. I liked the stay, but you should know that you are going to the hotel that is also a temple, and this temple you will see only very early in the morning. Apart from that it's all touristy. Was fine for me, though.
very helpful staff. the onsen bath was very nice.
did not like the 9am checkout time.
A beautiful retreat in gorgeous Koyasan. The breakfasts and dinners were delicious vegan food, beautifully presented. The service was excellent and the gardens, mystical.
The atmosphere was excelent
The price was a " little " higher than it should be, but who cares, if you want to spend a night at such space as a temple is...
Freindlyness of staff. Excellent meal, I upgraded to a 13 course meal for 6300Yens and really enjoyed sampling the food, but it,s a lot. The hot bath is really nice after a day of walking through the site.
There's the experience of staying in a temple, plus the food was amazing. especially the dinner. one of the best vegan dinners I've had. The onsen is also very nice and feels very good, with both indoor and outdoor baths, and a sauna... the bath is 24hour which is nice.. (the sauna however is limited for day time).
I thought it was a bit on the expensive side.. Also sometimes it gets a bit noisy during the evening when people walk outside the room. It's not possible to lock the room, but the locker inside the room comes handy.
Temple stay was a whole new experience, it got so many things in there it feels like u sleeping in a small museum. It has hot spring.
I was excited when I first got there, but after a few hours, I felt like everything is way too old...... I know that's what temple stay suppose to be, but it was getting old really quick for me
Japanese gardens Japanese bath
Free wifi at the coffee shop only. No in-room toilet room rate and meal are very expensive.
The garden is beautiful and they have an onsen. Its extremely clean -the bathrooms, the onsen, the shared toilets, the rooms. The morning chanting with the Buddhist monks is a great experience. Right next to a bus stop. Hotel staff speak English and are very helpful.
Unlike many other visitors to Koyasan we decided to stay two nights and to enjoy the temple lodging even more. Although it was still winter (snow and below zero temperatures), the room was well heated. All the other areas of the temple were not heated, but after being in the onsen this caused no problem whatsoever. We also joined the two morning ceremonies (at 6am), which were really interesting. The highlight of our stay was the food. As vegetarians traveling in Japan you have to look for truly vegetarian food. But not in this temple. All the food was absolutely vegetarian and wonderful. We were amazed by the immense diversity in taste, smell and presentation. And the private dining rooms added to the atmosphere. In summary this was our best experience in Japan during our two week trip and anyone thinking of going to Koyasan should do so. It is an amazing place.
It was a very unique Japanese experience that we were hoping for. It was extremely relaxing and peaceful.
Didn't like that we paid 30,000 yen for less than 24 hours. Check in was at 15:00 and check out was 9:00. That's a lot of money to pay and not even get a full 24 hours to enjoy it. Also, during waking hours the place was rather loud as in other guests walking up and down the corridor. We could also hear through the walls and ceiling as other guest opened and closed their sliding doors several times in a short period of time. It made it difficult to relax in the rooms.
Ein eindrückliches Erlebnis, das aber verhältnismässig viel kostet...Die Amosphäre auf dem Koyasan ist sehr speziell, der Friedhof ein absolutes MUSS für den Besuch!!! Das vegane Essen ist ein lieblich zubereitetes Kunstwerk und fast zu schade, um zu essen.Man sollte Tofu in allen Arten mögen...Die 2 Frauen, die unsere Betten gemacht und das Essen gebracht haben, waren sehr bemüht und sehr freundlich!"
Wir wurden sehr kühl und scheinbar desinteressiert von einem Mönch empfangen und fühlten uns daher vom ersten Augenblick an als Eindringlinge in eine "private Welt". Das hinterliess bei uns leider ein unangenehmes Gefühl
Schöne Anlage mit japanischen Gärten, schöner Gemeinschafts-Onsen (nach Geschlechtern getrennt), sehr gutes vegetarisches Essen, Möglichkeit zur Teilnahme am Morgengebet der Mönche, interessante Tempelanlagen u. grosser Friedhof in Koya-san, Gemeinschaftsbäder etc. in sehr gutem Zustand
Sehr gutes vegetarisches Nachtessen und Frühstück (traditionell), Morgengebet der Mönche, effizienter und durchorganisierter Service, Sauberkeit, zentrale Lage.
Check-out (spätestens 9 Uhr) sowie Frühstückszeiten (spätestens 8 Uhr) dürften etwas später sein.
Wir waren zwei Nächte. Eine hätte gereicht. Das Menü nur Tofu. Einmal ist das ok. Der Onsen wie immer in Japan für Männer und Frauen getrennt. Ausgangssperre ist tatsächlich um 21 Uhr. Das Morgengebet der Mönche ist beeindruckend.
Japanische Betten. Man schläft am Boden. Betten werden am Tag weggeräumt. Also gibts da kein Ausruhen. Preis Leidtung: Etwas teuer für das was man bekommt.