Temple Lodging in Japan

Saijyoinari Genmyokaku
TEL 086-287-3706 including 2 meals 9,000 yen
(child 6,300yen)
Access "JR Bittyu-takamatsu station" > 10 minutes walk
Parking There is a parking lot
Time Check-in 16:00 Check-out 10:00
guest room 5 guest room

This is a shukubo of Saijyoinari, one of the three largest Inari shrines in Japan. Internet reservations are available seven days in advance. After that, telephone reservations are required. You don't have to stay there to enjoy the kaiseki course or shojin cuisine at lunch time.

This is Inari shrine, but in fact, it is a temple. The formal name is Saijyoinari-kyo Sohonzan Myokyo-ji temple. On the occasion of the separation of Shinto and Buddhism in the Meiji period, the mixed worshipping style of Shinto and Buddhism was allowed here. So, the temple has a rare structure having a torii gate and shimenawa as well as the main hall of a shrine.

Please confirm the latest information at the time of lodging.