Shigisan Gyokuzoin, Sangō
Shigisan Gyokuzoin, Sangō
Shigisan Gyokuzoin, Sangō
Shigisan Gyokuzoin, Sangō
Shigisan Gyokuzoin, Sangō
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Shigisan Gyokuzoin

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Ken W
13 Apr 2017 - Pasangan
What a fantastic experience we had. This is a stay at a Buddhist temple that has a side operation running an inn. It is not the other way around. Commerce is not the main motivation here; spirituality is. That is to say, it was an authentic religious and cultural experience. The rooms are clean and comfortable. Shared bathrooms and sinks. There is a sauna / bathing room / onsen. The breakfast (comes with the room) was amazing. It's an authentic old-school Japanese breakfast - fish and rice, soup. It was delicious. The service is also great. The monks and nuns are friendly and hospitable. We really lucked out by having the place mainly to ourselves. The inn is located in a large temple complex and it's an amazing experience just exploring the grounds. Sure, it's great for photos, but I found it was a very spiritual place. I can't recommend this place enough.
GC-1990-A
14 Apr 2019 - Berlibur dengan teman
Stay here for the location! The hotel itself is nestled amongst a buddhist complex of cobble-stone, lamp-lined paveways weaving through mountainous views and temples. The hotel is a simple ryokan, very quiet and secluded. We were provided a full multi-set meal each night, cooked by a personal chef - absolutely delicious. Quiet onsen below. A must-do if in the area and looking for an experience like no other.
CathinkaH
31 Okt 2016 - Keluarga
First of all, you stay here because of it's location. Nothing else. The building smells of old cigarettes, the rooms are simple, there is toilet in the hallway and a public bath in the basement. But, this is an temple in. The building is at the temple area and the people who works there are all monks (with the exception of a few women). The price is reasonable, it came with half board and the food was absolutely delicious. But the best part of it all is the temple area. We went around for an walk around dusk and it was magical. So beautiful, and no people around. I've seen quite a lot of temples but this is by far one of the most beautiful ones. At check in we were also invited to attend their two morning ceremonies. The Fire Ceremony at 5.30 am and the Main ceremony at 6.45. I got up at 5 and attended the fire ceremony and it was a very special experience. This a really magical Japan experience for all of us.
Easygoing00
19 Apr 2017 - Pasangan
The "hotel" is located in a complex of temples. Beautiful, isolated and quiet. The trickiest part is how to get here. The best option is taking a taxi from Oji station, there is no JR reaching to this place, so the closest you will get by public transport is via train+bus+tram. Make sure you come with ample time. The location is excellent and with plenty of temples to explore around. We visited during April (Easter) and we felt we were almost alone. There is a little town at 5 min walk but most shops are closed, make sure you bring cash (there is no ATM). The rooms are spacious and light (no blinders), with tea and cookies and clean towels everyday. The toilets are shared and there is no shower available in the mornings, only from 5pm until 10pm.
Moritz73
02 Okt 2016 - Keluarga
I travelled here for a few days with my son, during a short trip through Japan, and we very much enjoyed being at this place. It is truly unique, as it is directly connected with a Buddhist monastery, and among a series of syncretistic temples on a mountain. While this is a good base for exploring Nara and even Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe, guests should reserve at least half a day and - if possible - a complete day to explore Shigi-san itself. There are many things to see and, in particular, it is possible to make a mini-pilgrimage to the top of Shigi-san, from where you will have a spectacular view over the area, although the view from the main temple is also very good. It is also possible to participate, with the monks, in the main prayers and a fire ceremony early in the morning, which I managed thanks to my jet-lag. Both my son and I found this an impressive experience. The kind monk - Mitsukou-sensei - explained us the background of this, although for an outsider, it probably will remain difficult to penetrate into the full range of meaning of this ritual in a very short time. But it was still unforgettable. The room was very spacious, with great views, and the breakfast and evening meal offered (we opted for half-board) was out of this world. Both my son and I are fans of 'shojin ryori' - a Buddhist vegetarian cuisine that, for reasons I do not understand, has so far not gained popularity outside of, or even in Japan - and this was on offer here every day. I think the hotel will be of particular interest to fans of the writer Haruki Murakami, for the mysterious atmosphere it offered. Free wifi is available, but limited to the common space. The kindness of the staff, in particular, made this an incredible experience. We very much hope to return one day. Beautiful.
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2280 Shigisan, Heguri-cho, Ikoma-gun,奈良県生駒郡平群町信貴山2280
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4.5
Dari 26 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
9
Keluarga
6
Wisata sendiri
4
Berlibur dengan teman
6
Bisnis
0
Ken W
13 Apr 2017 - Pasangan
What a fantastic experience we had. This is a stay at a Buddhist temple that has a side operation running an inn. It is not the other way around. Commerce is not the main motivation here; spirituality is. That is to say, it was an authentic religious and cultural experience. The rooms are clean and comfortable. Shared bathrooms and sinks. There is a sauna / bathing room / onsen. The breakfast (comes with the room) was amazing. It's an authentic old-school Japanese breakfast - fish and rice, soup. It was delicious. The service is also great. The monks and nuns are friendly and hospitable. We really lucked out by having the place mainly to ourselves. The inn is located in a large temple complex and it's an amazing experience just exploring the grounds. Sure, it's great for photos, but I found it was a very spiritual place. I can't recommend this place enough.
GC-1990-A
14 Apr 2019 - Berlibur dengan teman
Stay here for the location! The hotel itself is nestled amongst a buddhist complex of cobble-stone, lamp-lined paveways weaving through mountainous views and temples. The hotel is a simple ryokan, very quiet and secluded. We were provided a full multi-set meal each night, cooked by a personal chef - absolutely delicious. Quiet onsen below. A must-do if in the area and looking for an experience like no other.
CathinkaH
31 Okt 2016 - Keluarga
First of all, you stay here because of it's location. Nothing else. The building smells of old cigarettes, the rooms are simple, there is toilet in the hallway and a public bath in the basement. But, this is an temple in. The building is at the temple area and the people who works there are all monks (with the exception of a few women). The price is reasonable, it came with half board and the food was absolutely delicious. But the best part of it all is the temple area. We went around for an walk around dusk and it was magical. So beautiful, and no people around. I've seen quite a lot of temples but this is by far one of the most beautiful ones. At check in we were also invited to attend their two morning ceremonies. The Fire Ceremony at 5.30 am and the Main ceremony at 6.45. I got up at 5 and attended the fire ceremony and it was a very special experience. This a really magical Japan experience for all of us.
Easygoing00
19 Apr 2017 - Pasangan
The "hotel" is located in a complex of temples. Beautiful, isolated and quiet. The trickiest part is how to get here. The best option is taking a taxi from Oji station, there is no JR reaching to this place, so the closest you will get by public transport is via train+bus+tram. Make sure you come with ample time. The location is excellent and with plenty of temples to explore around. We visited during April (Easter) and we felt we were almost alone. There is a little town at 5 min walk but most shops are closed, make sure you bring cash (there is no ATM). The rooms are spacious and light (no blinders), with tea and cookies and clean towels everyday. The toilets are shared and there is no shower available in the mornings, only from 5pm until 10pm.
Moritz73
02 Okt 2016 - Keluarga
I travelled here for a few days with my son, during a short trip through Japan, and we very much enjoyed being at this place. It is truly unique, as it is directly connected with a Buddhist monastery, and among a series of syncretistic temples on a mountain. While this is a good base for exploring Nara and even Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe, guests should reserve at least half a day and - if possible - a complete day to explore Shigi-san itself. There are many things to see and, in particular, it is possible to make a mini-pilgrimage to the top of Shigi-san, from where you will have a spectacular view over the area, although the view from the main temple is also very good. It is also possible to participate, with the monks, in the main prayers and a fire ceremony early in the morning, which I managed thanks to my jet-lag. Both my son and I found this an impressive experience. The kind monk - Mitsukou-sensei - explained us the background of this, although for an outsider, it probably will remain difficult to penetrate into the full range of meaning of this ritual in a very short time. But it was still unforgettable. The room was very spacious, with great views, and the breakfast and evening meal offered (we opted for half-board) was out of this world. Both my son and I are fans of 'shojin ryori' - a Buddhist vegetarian cuisine that, for reasons I do not understand, has so far not gained popularity outside of, or even in Japan - and this was on offer here every day. I think the hotel will be of particular interest to fans of the writer Haruki Murakami, for the mysterious atmosphere it offered. Free wifi is available, but limited to the common space. The kindness of the staff, in particular, made this an incredible experience. We very much hope to return one day. Beautiful.
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