Nan-in Temple

  • Entrance


  • Worship hall

    Worship hall

  • View of garden from guestroom

    View of garden from guestroom

  • Sample guestroom

    Sample guestroom

  • Roaring Dragon

    Roaring Dragon

  • Hallway


  • Washing area

    Washing area

  • Bath


  • Tile art in bath

    Tile art in bath

  • Sample dining room

    Sample dining room


Koyasan Temple Stay

Nan-in is an immaculate temple north of the Tourist Information Center, near the Tokugawa Reidai Mausoleum and Nyonindo women’s hall.  It is marked by a large tree in the entrance way and has elegant gardens scattered throughout the grounds, which can been seen from the hallways and many of the guestrooms.  The quiet solitude of these refined green spaces is soothing to the soul. The fierce glare of a giant dragon painted on the ceiling of the main hall looms over worshippers.  Legend has it that if you clap under its menacing scowl you can make it roar.  The sacred space of the special guestroom highlights the temple’s traditional sensibilities.

Full Name

Nan-in Temple




Shukubo Temple Stay


680 Koyasan, Koya-cho, Ito-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, 648-0211
〒648-0211 和歌山県伊都郡高野町高野山680

Map Code 

205 460 549*65


Google Area


15:00 - 18:00


by 10:00

Rating & Reviews


Reception & Service

 Price Plan(s)

Nan-in Temple

  • Temple Stay, Supper & Breakfast
    16,500 yen~


Western Style No
Japanese Style Yes
Mixed Style No
Other Style No
Number of Rooms 20
Maximum Guests 60

Guestrooms are separated by either Fusuma or walls
Ensuite bath: No
Ensuite toilet: No

TV in the room: 6 rooms

  • Air conditioning
  • Kotatsu heated table

Kotatsu heater (available during winter seasons)
Barrier free toilet: Yes
Western style toilet: Yes

  • 2 in 1 shampoo
  • Body-wash
  • Soap
  • Toothbrush set
  • Hair dryer
  • Face towel
  • Yukata Japanese bathrobe
  • Slippers
  • Tea


Shared Indoor Yes
Shared Outdoor No
Shared Sauna No
Privately Reserved No
Ensuite Indoor No
Ensuite Outdoor No

Bath hours: 16:00~22:00
●One bath is made of a 500 year old Koyamaki Japanese Umbrella Pine.  
●There is a tile picture of the main Konpon Daito pagoda of Koyasan.
●Not available in the morning

How to take a Japanese bath >>


Meals served in guestroom or dining room from 18:00 (Buddhist vegetarian Shojin-Ryori)
Meals served in guestroom or dining room from ~7:00 (after the morning ceremony) (Buddhist vegetarian Shojin-Ryori)

●Vegetarian meals only (Shojin-Ryori)
●Breakfast will be served after the morning ceremony
●Meals are served in different rooms depending on the schedule of services at the temple

 Facilities & Services

  • Public telephone
  • Internet
  • Free Wi-Fi (Guestroom)
  • Free Wi-Fi (Lobby)
  • Credit Card
  • Not accepted
  • Traveler's Cheques
  • Not accepted
  • Language
    Basic English
  • Wheelchair
  • Notes
    There are no native English speakers at this temple, but they have prepared English language tools and speak some basic English.


    Access Information

    Osaka Namba (Nankai) to Koyasan
    ● 90 min by train from Nankai Osaka station to Gokurakubashi (極楽橋) station (Nankai Railways)
    ● 5 min by cable car from Gokurakubashi to Koyasan
    ● 8 min by bus from Koyasan bound for Okunoin (奥野院). In front of the "Namikiri-Fudo-Mae (浪切不動前)" bus stop.
    Nankai Railway website >>

    Kii-Tanabe (via Ryujin Onsen) to Koyasan
    ● ~ 3 hr 30 min by bus from Kii-Tanabe Station to Koyasan via Ryujin Onsen (there is a transfer at Gomadanzan) (bus timetable 7)
    ※ This bus service does not run from the beginning of December to the end of March.
    ●~10 minutes walk from "Senjuin-bashi (千手院橋)" bus stop.
    More bus timetables >>

    Shuttle Service

    Not available


    Up to 20 vehicles and 5 oversized vehicles (free)