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Celebrate The 1200th Anniversary Of Koyasan With Swissôtel Nankai Osaka

April 24, 2015 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

WARAKUSwissôtel Nankai Osaka celebrates the 1200th Anniversary of the sacred Koyasan (Mt. Koya) with an exclusive suite stay package, valid until 21 May 2015. Prices start from JPY 43,500 per room for double occupancy.

 This package is perfect for visitors to Japan who want to spend a day relishing in ancient Japanese culture and exploring the sacred temples at Koyasan and then retreat to the comfort of a luxury hotel in the heart of Namba. Swissôtel Nankai Osaka’s Koyasan 1200th Anniversary package comprise an overnight stay at the Japanese-inspired Waraku or Waon Suite, where guests can experience the tranquility offered by ryokans and yet have access to cutting edge technology and modern amenities such as complimentary high-speed internet, use of the hotel’s executive club lounge, gymnasium and swimming pool. The package also includes two “Koyasan World Heritage” tickets by the Nankai Electric Railway to Koyasan. The spectacular train ride along a charming and picturesque route takes about two hours.


Renowned as the world headquarters for Shingon Buddhism, Koyasan was first established as a monastery by Kobo Daishi, also known as Priest Kukai in 805. Recently selected as one of National Geographic Traveller’s “Best 20 destinations you should visit in 2015”, a visit to Koyasan, the revered mountain of rich history and serene surroundings, is a must.

 This package is subject to availability and three days advance booking is required. To find out more about the Koyasan 1200th Anniversary Suite offer, please visit:


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