A Buddhist temple lodging accommodation, Kumagaiji lies amid mountains in the sacred Koyasan area. It features classic Japanese architecture and a tranquil atmosphere, adjoining a temple built in 837. The property serves traditional vegetarian meals. Featuring minimalist lines and a serene beauty, rooms come with a tatami (woven-straw) floor and traditional futon bedding. A TV and a low table are provided. Bathroom and toilet are shared with other guests. Guests at Kumagaiji can use internet PCs for free in the public area. Luggage can be stored at the property at no extra charge. Guests can participate in Buddhist liturgy sessions and Homa rituals in the morning, free of charge. Activities such as Sutra copying and the tracing of Buddhist images are offered at an additional charge. Healthy vegetarian meals are served in the dining room for dinner and breakfast. The property is a 2-minute walk from bus stop Karukatado-mae, which is a 15-minute bus ride from the Koyasan Cablecar Station. The famous Kongobu-ji Temple is a 12-minute walk away.
Due to the typhoon, Nankai Railway cable car has been temporarily suspended between Koyasan Station and Gokurakubashi Station. 2 buses are provided per hour instead, and it will be a 90-minute ride. Children aged 3 years old and younger can stay in an existing bed free of charge. Please note that rooms do not have a lock. The full amount of the reservation must be paid via cash or credit card when checking out. Guests arriving after check-in hours (17:00) must inform the property in advance. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
Guests with tattoos may not be permitted to use the property’s public bathing areas or other facilities where the tattoos might be visible to other guests.
Guests must check in by 17:00 to eat dinner at this property. Guests who check in after this time may not be served dinner, and no refund will be given.