Our Rooms

Deluxe Room

Quiet and Elegant Rooms with Garden View

Spacious semi-double bed with private family bath. (Equipped with LAN)
Please experience the finest relaxation that combines style and functionality.

At Koyasan Shukubo Fumon-in, all five rooms have been designated as Western-style rooms (partially Japanese-Western rooms) on the second floor overlooking the garden.
In order to renew the image of "shukubo" = "Japanese-style room", we have provided semi-double sized twin beds in all rooms because we wanted our guests to relax. An elevator is available for easy access to the room.
Guests can enjoy ultimate relaxation with high quality handmade furniture, the latest Western style toilet, individual air conditioning, double-paned glass, electric sunshades, sound insulated walls, large TV, etc.
The deluxe rooms are also available with internet connection via LAN.

* Family baths are exclusively for guests who stay in Rindo/Shoin rooms. They are not available in other rooms.

* All other rooms do not have baths. Guests in those rooms use exterior baths.

* All accommodations are for adults only.

Deluxe Room with Family Bath

Rindo [竜胆]

layout

51.8

Twin Beds + 10 Jo Room

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51.8

Twin Beds + 10 Jo Room

Equipped with LAN and Large Screen TV
This is a Japanese-Western style suite with a panoramic view of the garden.
Equipped with the latest Western-style toilet, LAN connection, air conditioning, and 37" TV.
You can use the family bath, Kanjaku-no-Yu.

Family Bath

Kanjaku no Yu

Deluxe Room

Kikyo [桔梗]

layout

38.8

Twin Beds + Room

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38.8

Twin Beds + Room

Equipped with LAN and Large Screen TV
Guests can enjoy the garden view. The room is equipped with a Western-style toilet, LAN connection, and large screen TV.

Deluxe Room

Ajisai/Yamabuki [紫陽花/山吹]

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34.0

Twin Beds Room

Equipped with LAN and Large Screen TV
Guests can enjoy the garden view. The Ajisai room used to be a Japanese-style tatami room before it was renovated. It is where Yasushi Inoue wrote his first novel, "Togyu", in 1948 while working as a journalist for the Mainichi newspaper. The layout of the Yamabuki room is the opposite of the Ajisai room, equipped with a Western-style toilet, LAN connection, and large screen TV.
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34.0㎡

Twin Beds Room

Equipped with LAN and Large Screen TV
Guests can enjoy the garden view. The Ajisai room used to be a Japanese-style tatami room before it was renovated. It is where Yasushi Inoue wrote his first novel, "Togyu", in 1948 while working as a journalist for the Mainichi newspaper. The layout of the Yamabuki room is the opposite of the Ajisai room, equipped with a Western-style toilet, LAN connection, and large screen TV.

Deluxe Room

Suisen [水仙]

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20.3

Twin Beds Room

Equipped with LAN and Large Screen TV
This is a calm corner room with a Western-style toilet, LAN connection, and large screen TV.
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20.3

Twin Beds Room

Equipped with LAN and Large Screen TV
This is a calm corner room with a Western-style toilet, LAN connection, and large screen TV.

Reception Room

Shinzo [新造]

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27.3㎡12 Jo Room

In February 1948, this room was the one where Kozo Masuda and Yasuharu Oyama competed in the 7th season of the shogi competition, the so-called “Decisive Battle of Koyasan”.
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27.3㎡12 Jo Room

Equipped with Large Screen TV
In February 1948, this room was the one where Kozo Masuda and Yasuharu Oyama competed in the 7th season of the shogi competition, the so-called “Decisive Battle of Koyasan”.

Battle of Koyasan

"Don't see the illusion, see for what it is."

In February and March 1948, the 7th season of the shogi competition was held in the Shinzo room at Koyasan Fumonin Temple in Wakayama Prefecture. The 7th season of shogi, the challenger of the master of Tsukada at the time, was being decided.
What became known as the "Decisive Battle of Koyasan" was a 30-year-old Masuda vs. 25-year-old Oyama, headed by Osaka Kimikudanmonka.

The two players were challenged to a third game with the expectation of surpassing the record of the Hakone Meijin Shogi Competition. Both with one win and one loss, entering into their third game at Koyasan Fumonin, Shogi progressed in the first move by Masuda and the second move by Oyama, and at the final stage, Masuda almost earning the victory. The comptition took a turn with Masuda taking a huge loss in the end. The above phrase came out of his mouth immediately after his loss was confirmed.
Yasushi Inoue, who came to the competition as press for the Mainichi Newspaper at that time, wrote his first novel, Togyu, in the waiting room.

Shoin [書院]

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65.716 Jo Room

37" Screen TV
Two 8 Jo (13.22m²) Japanese-style rooms, sink, Western-style toilet
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65.716 Jo Room

37" Screen TV
Two 8 Jo (13.22m²) Japanese-style rooms, sink, Western-style toilet

Shinkyakuden [新客殿]

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10 Jo Room

9 Japanese-style rooms, the size of 10 Jo (16.53m²), with keys are available. Enjoy your stay upon paying respect at the Koyasan.
There is a TV and safe in each room. No toilet, sink or bath in the rooms.
Guests can use the large communal baths, Murou-no-yu and Muju-no-yu. Meals will be prepared in the hall.
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10 Jo Room

9 Japanese-style rooms, the size of 10 Jo (16.53m²), with keys are available. Enjoy your stay upon paying respect at the Koyasan.
There is a TV and safe in each room. No toilet, sink or bath in the rooms.
Guests can use the large communal baths, Murou-no-yu and Muju-no-yu. Meals will be prepared in the hall.

Indoor Amenities

TV, telephone, tea set, safe, electric stand (rental only)

Amenities

Hand towel, body soap, tooth brush set, soap, yukata, and bath towel (fees apply).

Room Rates

Room Name Season 1 Guests 2 Guests 3 Guests 4 Guests 5 Guests 6 Guests
Reception Room (Tatami Room) Shinzo A - ¥21,000 ¥16,500 - - -
B - ¥22,000 ¥17,500 - - -
Deluxe Room Suisen A - ¥18,500 - - - -
B - ¥19,500 - - - -
Ajisai/Yamabuki A - ¥23,800 - - - -
B - ¥24,800 - - - -
Kikyo A - ¥25,000 - - - -
B - ¥26,000 - - - -
Special room with bath Rindo A - ¥33,000 ¥29,000 ¥25,800 - -
B - ¥34,000 ¥30,000 ¥26,800 - -
Shoin A - ¥32,600 ¥28,500 - - -
B - ¥33,600 ¥29,500 - - -
Shinkyakuden 10 Jo Room A - ¥12,800 - - - -
B - ¥13,800 - - - -
Two rooms A - - ¥13,300 ¥12,500 - -
B - - ¥14,300 ¥13,500 - -

* Prices are divided into two stages, such as weekdays, days before holidays, busy seasons, and holiday seasons. Please contact us for more information.

* All prices include tax.