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Mount Koya

Mount Kōya is a mountain in Wakayama prefecture to the south of Osaka, Japan, primarily known as the headquarters of the Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism. First settled in 816 by the monk Kūkai as a retreat far away from the courtly intrigues of Kyoto, Mt.

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Rated 4.1 of 5
高野町高野山657
+81 736-56-2021

Rated 4.4 of 5
和歌山県伊都郡高野町高野山497
+81 736-56-2514

Rated 3.3 of 5
571 Koyasan, Koya
+81 736-56-2734

293 Koyasan, Koya
+81 736-56-2003

618 Koyasan, Koya
+81 736-56-2711

Rated 4.6 of 5
606 Koyasan, Koya
+81 736-56-2214

8 km southwest of Mount Koya
919 Hanazonoyanase, Katsuragi
+81 737-26-0022

Rated 4.1 of 5
425 大字高野山, Koya
+81 736-56-3838

447 Koyasan, Koya
+81 736-56-2031

53 Koyasan, Koya
+81 736-56-5251

Also in the Area

Destinations nearby to Mount Koya: Benten Dake, Ito-gun, Yōryū San and Kōya.
Landmarks in the area: Kōyasan-eki, Gokurakubashi-eki, Kiikamiya-eki and Kiihosokawa-eki.

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