Sunday, March 28, 2010

Western toilets on Mt Koya?

Does anyone know if there are Western toilets up on Koyasan? When we were in Nara for the day last year I couldn%26#39;t find one anywhere in the shopping area. Will it be the same up there if we go for a day trip?

Western toilets on Mt Koya?

If you are staying there, this gives the list of shukubos w/ western toilet.

Western toilets on Mt Koya?

Thanks Amazinga

We weren%26#39;t intending to stay the night. Can we use a temple toilet if we%26#39;re just visiting Koyasan for the day?

I have a bad back and legs (from injuries and arthritis) so while I%26#39;d like to try a night in a temple or ryokan while in Japan, I don%26#39;t think my body would enjoy the sitting and sleeping on the floor.

Therefore we%26#39;re restricted to Western style hotels and Western toilets are preferable too when out for the day.

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Thanks Edokko

That%26#39;s a really good website.I think I%26#39;ll print all that info out and take it with me.

It will take about 2 hours to get to Koyasan and the same to get back. Is it really worth it? I thought we%26#39;d do it as one of our day trips from Osaka, but now I%26#39;m wondering if there%26#39;s somewhere else that would be better.

We have 3 full days in Osaka before heading up to Kanazawa Takayama, Kamikochi, Matsumoto and the Alpine Route. I thought we%26#39;d go to Kyoto one day, Arashiyama another day and Koyasan the third day..

Does anyone have other suggestions for day trips out of Osaka? This will be our second trip - we%26#39;ve already been to Nara, Kyoto, Himeji and Hiroshima/Miyajima.

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