Mount Koya (Living)
We had worked at a temple in Mount Koya for lomg years to welcome many guests all around the world.
They told us that,"I want to walk around Mount Koya with the guide of monks" "Is it rude for monks if I ask a question like this… but I'd like to ask them a lot ..." "I want to have unique experience in Mount Koya“
We offer tours unique to monks living in Mount Koya based many years of guide experience.
Our tours include not only viewing the building, but also Buddhist experiences, yoga , Walking ancient pilgrimage trails, tea ceremony & meditation in Mount Koya. If you want to arrange tours in Mount Koya, please get in touch.
We are looking forward to seeing you.
Nobu the monk took us on an amazing personal journey into the world and history of esoteric Buddhism. He took us to the most incredible temples and grounds which were profoundly affecting. Immersing us in the traditions of Buddhism with delightful charm.
Thank you for visiting Koyasan and it was an honor to guide your family!
I was lucky to have Nobu as my guide in Koyasan. He is very kind, thoughtful and knowledgeable. We visited Garan, Kongobuji and some other places and during the tour he told me so much about temples and Buddhism etc. Highly recommended.
What a wonderful experience and a nice informative tour! Getting to know inside information is clearly a plus and you also get to ask information about Buddhism from a specialist if you are a layperson. This tour made me want to know more about Buddhism. It was fun and Nobu also gave me a few tips on what else to visit/ do in Koyasan. I can’t thank him enough and would highly recommend this tour to anybody visiting Koyasan! It was one of the highlights of my trip to Japan!
Very interesting and informative tour. Learning more about this sect of Buddhism and the spiritual significance of the area was enlightening. Highly recommend a monk tour instead of “regular” tour.
It was an honor to guide you while you are in Koyasan. We are looking forward to seeing you again, have a great day. All the best, Nobu