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    Jimyoin

    455 Koyasan, Ito-gun, Koya-cho 648-0283, Wakayama Prefecture
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    02/07/2017 03/07/2017
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          Room & Suite (38)
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          Overview
          • Excellent68%
          • Very good24%
          • Average8%
          • Poor0%
          • Terrible0%
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          Free Parking
          Air Conditioning
          Non-Smoking Rooms
          Free Wifi
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          Fukuchiin
          338 reviews
          #7 of 45 Speciality lodging in Koya-cho
           
          Ekoin Temple, Koyasan
          464 reviews
          #1 of 45 Speciality lodging in Koya-cho
           
          Saizen-in
          58 reviews
          #8 of 45 Speciality lodging in Koya-cho
           
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          118 reviews
          #2 of 45 Speciality lodging in Koya-cho
           
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          1 - 5 of 99 reviews

          Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

          This was probably my favorite place I've ever stayed in anywhere. First, the beauty of koyasan is unmatched in my opinion. What a wonderful, peaceful place. Jimyoin itself is a beautiful lodging place to rest your head and find your inner peace. The monks who...More

          Thank tmoore9988
          Reviewed 19 May 2017

          This is probably the most beautiful hotel I've ever stayed at. The inside and outside are lovely, with painted screens in the rooms, and landscaped gardens in between the hallways. There's also a little cemetery outside with lots of sculptures. The meals were amazing --...More

          Thank Jacob_5000
          Reviewed 22 April 2017

          Jimyo-In was such a great and luxurious stay. After a long train ride to get in and walking through rainy and cold Koyasan for the day, there was no greater luxury than having tea served in-room as soon as we got there. They gave us...More

          Thank justinballetta
          Reviewed 15 November 2016

          Spent one night on Koyasan during our trip (we went from Osaka > Koyasan > Kyoto). Loved it! Our room was HUGE and dinner was really, really good. It was all vegetarian, lots of tofu-type dishes. There was one monk who was very good at...More

          Thank Rain W
          Reviewed 3 November 2016

          Me and my husband traveled to Japan in December and we decided to go to KoyaSan and stayed at Jimyo in, all the staff that are monks of this beautiful temple were extremely kind and helpful. The room that we booked was in front of...More

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          Saizen-in
          58 reviews
          #8 of 45 Speciality lodging in Koya-cho
           
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          118 reviews
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          • US$135 - US$265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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          • Non-Smoking Rooms
          • Number of rooms
          • 37
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          • Kinki >
          • Wakayama Prefecture >
          • Ito-gun >
          • Koya-cho
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          Questions & AnswersAsk a question
          MOTAtascadero
          I am about to reserve a room here and I have three questions; please? 1) Are all the rooms smoking rooms or not? I would rather a non-smoking room. 2) Are the walls so thin between rooms that every sound can be heard? 3) Is checkout right after the super early breakfast? Thank you.
          27 May 2017|
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          Response from tmoore9988 | Reviewed this property |
          Checkout wasn't until like 10 am I believe and they are willing to hold any bags if you want to explore more of koyasan after checkout. The walls are fairly thin but I don't know if you can hear everything. There was a... More
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          tmoore9988
          If I arrive earlier in the day than the 3 PM check-in, would there be a place I can leave my bag so I can go walk to Okunoin? Thanks!
          5 March 2017|
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          Response from Rain W | Reviewed this property |
          Yes, they can hang onto your bags for you. We arrived before 3PM, so they took our information and checked us in, took our bags for us, and we went to see the town. When we were leaving after we checked out, we also had them... More
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          Australiafrancophile
          How do people book this accommodation pls?
          30 November 2015|
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          Response from AprilinVietam | Reviewed this property |
          We successfully used the Japanican hotel booking website. Like everything Japanese it is 100% efficient.
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          Room Tips
          "All the rooms are very quiet because this's a temple lodge. In winter, the rooms can feel cold for some..."
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          "A good experience for an overnight - don't try to do Koya-san as a daytrip, you'll be too rushed..."
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          "Rooms all very similar. Our looked out over a beautiful garden."
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          "Ground floor has nice views of courtyard but you may hear second floor guests walking around."
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