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‪Trento‬, إيطاليا699 مساهمة
ديسمبر 2019
‪E' un tempio con foresteria. Cominciamo con la cosa migliore: la partecipazione alla preghiera del mattino, alle 6, assieme ai monaci. Vale la permanenza. Per il resto però tutto lascia a desiderare, e non per la "rudezza" dell'ambiente spartano, ma per l'incuria da parte dei monaci, che sembra vivano gli ospiti come turisti estranei, da gestire con distanza. Ad es. a novembre era veramente freddo, perchè allora lasciare di notte le finestre dei locali dei bagni spalancate? Le stanze hanno pareti di carta e i pavimenti di legno. La nostra stanza era nei pressi dei bagni, e tutta la notte è stato un andirivieni fastidioso di ospiti, che spesso maleducatamente vociavano e cadenzavano pesantemente i passi. Cena vegetariana e colazione altrettanto. Non mi è piaciuta ma forse perchè non amo i pasti solo vegetariani. Comunque non so se una geleida tempura di verdure sia tradizione della cucina giapponese, forse no. E sempre in tema di tradizione, il fatto di sedere accovacciati per terra su cuscini è non solo fastidioso ma anche doloroso per chi come noi ha problemi alle ginocchia. Senza alternative. Il giardino è piccolo, curato, ma niente di che. Visibile solo dall'esterno. Saldato il conto ce ne siamo andati insalutati ospiti. Tutto freddo, ambiente in primis, fatta eccezione per un gentile apprendista monaco italiano che ci ha accolto la prima sera.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 ديسمبر 2019
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ديسمبر 2019
‪Most temples in Mt. Koya are practically run as independent estates that may offer Shukubo (temple stay) to visitors. So depending on how involved you’re willing to get, you may appreciate being welcomed to (and become part of) temple’s daily life.

The hospitality you’ll experience in Muryoko-in runs deep. Even the temple entrance has a unique welcoming beauty to it that extends to the halls and beyond. People working at the temple are very well versed and attuned to modern matters, helpful, funny, and charming.

Central to any working temple are Kitchen/Dining hall on one hand with the Meditation hall on the other. The first pair represents a hub of daily activity with candle-lit meditation hall as their deeply absorbed counterpart.

One really needs to experience both the food and the morning ceremony in order to appreciate just how much care and responsibility goes into daily life there.

Beautiful room, beautiful food, beautiful people.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 ديسمبر 2019
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‪Piacenza‬, إيطاليا876 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أغسطس 2019
‪The monastery is beautiful and the atmosphere is incredible; all the rooms overlook a zen garden and the monks are all very kind and gentle. The food is depending by the days: the first day we ate very bad but the second one everything was very good! Hope you arrive the right day ;)

Weak point: the staff don’t speak English very much‬
كُتب بتاريخ 22 أغسطس 2019
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‪Yao‬, اليابان741 مساهمة
زوجان • يوليو 2019




كُتب بتاريخ 31 يوليو 2019
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Brandon R
بمفردك • مايو 2019
‪Muryoko-in was fantastic in every way. The monks themselves were very helpful and kind. Most only speak limited english so keep that in mind - but they will still go the extra mile to help. The room was beautiful (be ready to sleep on a futon on the ground) and the gardens were majestic. The meditation in the morning was also very cool and otherworldly especially for the non-Buddhists out there. They even had a small part of the ceremony where you could participate. It also did not feel overly touristy or busy even though there were probably around 10 other groups (maybe ~25 people?) staying at the temple, most of whom were buddhists from other Asian countries or domestic tourists.

They aren't joking about everything being closed in the evening in Koyasan, but that was fine because I was plenty happy just sitting in the room and walking around the building. I did end up walking down a random alleyway and finding a nice little bar where no english was spoken at all - sorry, I don't know the name. I would recommend taking a little time in the evening and just walking down the alleyways in the town and seeing what you pop into. I am male, but at no point did I feel even slightly unsafe in this town full of buddhist monks.

I highly recommend your trip to Japan includes Koyasan (even for one night) and I highly recommend that you choose to stay at Muryoko-in (I booked through Japeneseguesthomes.com which I found to be nice as a booking website.)‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 مايو 2019
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‪Ikeda‬, اليابان6,733 مساهمة
بمفردك • يونيو 2018
كُتب بتاريخ 7 مايو 2019
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Richard R
بريسبان, أستراليا26 مساهمة
زوجان • أبريل 2019
‪My wife and I stayed for one night in April 2019. Firstly, getting to the Monastery from Osaka was easy thanks to the detailed information provided in advance....Shin-Osaka subway to Namba, Nankai train(via Hashimoto), cable car to the mountain and short bus ride followed by short walk. The welcome was as warm as the water in the two communal hot tubs(separate for male and female). After check-in we returned in time for the vegetarian dinner(5.30)in an 8-tatami mat room sitting cross-legged. It is amazing what these people can do with locally-grown produce to make a dinner so interesting for the taste buds without meat, fish or eggs. Sleep was so peaceful ryokan-style on a futon with an early rise to see(and take a small part in)the morning fire ceremony starting at 6am. This was followed by vegetarian breakfast, this time with all guests and a terrific PR exercise by our hosts who were able to converse with guests fluently in a variety of foreign languages.
This experience is highly recommended. The monks were super welcoming, displayed an entertaining sense of humour and seemed generally sad to see us go.
Further, Koyasan has so much more to offer than just a night in a Buddhist monastery.
This was a major highlight of our three-week trip to Japan.
Richard and Yvonne Read
Australia ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 أبريل 2019
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Michal K
21 مساهمة
زوجان • مارس 2019
‪This stay was our best experience on our trip. The stay in this Buddhist temple was perfect. Every one was very friendly and helpful even if you come from a different culture the monks here make you feel welcome and they treat you as you were one of them. The morning ceremony is the best experience of it all.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 مارس 2019
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باريس, فرنسا744 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أكتوبر 2018
‪We spent two nights in the temple lodgings with breakfast and dinner on both days, and it was a very enriching experience.

Our lodgings were on the ground floor overlooking the beautiful garden and were spacious. The beds were futons, and while the first night was a bit of a shock, the second night was fine. I was glad to have brought my own little pillow though. The toilets were communal to our section, but there were enough for everyone, and they were clean and modern. The onsen was small but nice and hot.

The food is prepared in accordance with the order's principles, so is vegetarian, and simple (very little spices, relying on the natural flavours of the food) - we were able to try the area's speciality of sesame tofu. I especially enjoyed the varied flavours and textures of my meals, and could eat sitting on the floor with no particular problems, but others in the group struggled. As we were a large group, we ate in a dining room with a monk dedicated to keeping our rice bowls and tea stocked, which was nice.

I attended one morning service, which was very beautiful and interesting to watch, we were asked to participate as well, but it was simply a case of doing what the person in front did, so nothing complicated. Note that once it starts, no one enters or leaves, so you need to be committed to the full hour and a half.

Finally, guests should remember that this is a working Buddhist temple not a hotel, it is beside the point to expect hotel services and accomodation.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 2 نوفمبر 2018
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‪Leuven‬, بلجيكا43 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أبريل 2018
‪It was the first time I stayed in a temple lodging and really loved it. The monks are very helpful and do their best to let you experience their Buddhist lifestyle. In the evening an extensive and very tasty shōjin-ryōri (vegetarian meal) was delivered to our room. Early in the morning you are invited to attend their morning ceremony, followed by an explanation both in Japanese and English. Afterwards a traditional breakfast is served in the common room. An interesting and unique experience, essential for your visit to Koyasan.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 5 أبريل 2018
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