Temple with shukubō lodgings.
This is the headquarters of the Shingon sect and the residence of Kōya-san's abbot. The present structure dates from the 19th century....
The garden of this temple, with shukubō lodgings, makes extensive use of borrowed scenery.
This convenient shokudō serves standards like katsu-don (fried pork cutlet over rice, ¥820) represented by plastic food models in the...
777 Kōyasan · interesting places nearby
Nankai Shokudō information
Diagonally across the street from the Shukubō Association office, this restaurant specialises in noodles and teishoku (set meals).