I've been at Muryoko in for two nights. It was once-in-a-lifetime experience! We were there for a conference at Koyasan university and we spend two wonderful days with the monks. Our "room" was pretty, with a futon on the floor, table and tea-facilities. At 6 o'clock in the morning we attended the fire-cerimony with the monks, very impressive. Food is great, if you like vegan....but I don't! You have to share toilet (both japanese and western style); the japanese bath with the hot water tub is great!
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