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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Updates about Our New Temple Accommodation Facility

We will start taking reservations for our new temple accommodation facility tomorrow, on December 5th, 2012. The opening of the new facility is on December 10th, 2012. 

Guest Room
Guest Room

This is the only temple accommodation in Kyoto which offers its services and Zen meditation class in English. 

Each guest room has a 14.6-suquare-meter bedroom with traditional tatami mats, in which 2 - 3 people can comfortably sleep. Each room also has its own shower room, toilet, heater and air conditioner.  

Our entire facility is a non-smoking area.
Shower Room

Room Rate
  • One person use: 6,000 yen/person/night
  • Two people: 5,500 yen/person/night
  • Three people: 4,500 yen/person/night
  • Study Abroad Program: Please contact us for the special rate
Prices include 5% sales tax.

Check-in, Check-out, and Cufew
  • Check-in time: from 15:30 to 18:30
  • Check-out time: by 11:00
  • We are not able to accept any late check-in guests 
  • No curfew (After check-in, you can go in and out of the temple as you please) 
  •  Zen meditation class and tour for our staying guests: 500 yen/person
  • Free bicycle rental
  • Free WiFi in every guest room
  • Toilet for physically challenged  
Kitchen and Dinning Room
Kitchen and Dinning Room
The facility has a shared kitchen and dining room. You can make tea, coffee, or basic meals there. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, toaster, and basic appliances.

Shunkoin is located in the center of the biggest temple complex in Kyoto so you can enjoy peace and silence even though you are still inside the city of Kyoto. Also, there are three UNESCO World Heritage sites (the Golden Pavilion, Ryoanji Temple, and Ninnaji Temple) near Shunkoin Temple. 

View from Our New Guest Facility

View from Our New Guest Facility

Shunkoin Temple
Tel & Fax: +81- (0)75-462-5488

Your stay will help to fund the restoration works of our historical buildings and artifacts at Shunkoin Temple.  

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