From Osaka: Mt. Koya Train Tickets & Lunch at the Temple
- Visit Mt. Koya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is home to an active monastic center founded 1,200 years ago
- Enjoy a Shojin-Ryori (vegetarian) lunch at a Temple Lodging
- Take advantage of 20% discount coupons for admission to facilities such as Kongobuji Temple, Kondo, Konpon Daito, and the Reihokan Museum
- Receive a 2-day free bus ticket in Koyasan Nankai Rinkan Bus
Enjoy discounts to the major attractions within the area including the museum on Mt. Koya, as well as selected temples. Take advantage of discounts to selected souvenir shops on Mt. Koya.
Taste a Shojin-Ryori (vegetarian) meal at either the Henjokoin, Tentokuin, Henjosonin, or Jokiin temple lodgings. These temples were founded 1200 years ago and continue to be the center of a thriving monastic community as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Try a traditional meal which has been eaten by monks for centuries. The temples do not accept walk-in guests for meals, so dining at a temple is a special opportunity for visitors.
- Traditional Vegetarian Lunch (Shojin Ryori) at Temple Lodgings
- Round-trip train ticket between Namba Station and Koyasan Station
- 2-days free bus ticket in Koyasan Nankai Rinkan Bus
- 20% discount coupons for admission to selected temples and the museum on Mt.Koya
- 10% discount coupons at selected souvenir shops in Mt.Koya
- Guided Tour
- Tour Guide
Prepare for the activity
Nankai Information Center (5-chōme-1-60 Nanba, Chūō-ku, Osaka, 542-0076, Japan). • Please pick-up your tickets at Nankai Information Center (opening hours: 9 am - 8 pm, Dec 31 - Jan 3: 10 am -6 pm). • The Information Center is located in Nankai Namba Station, 1st floor. The information center is near the stairs and escalator. • Please pick up your tickets either the day of or the day before your departure.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
• Please note, the lunch locations depends on the availability of the different temple lodgings, so cannot be arranged in advance.
• Please note, Mt. Koya is at a high elevation so tends to be cold, please wear warm clothes with rain gear in case of inclement weather.
• Lunch will be prefixed Shojin Ryori, (vegetarian food for monks).