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Wednesday, July 06, 2016

Making A Reservation At Saihoji Temple


Advance reservations are needed to visit Saihoji Temple (aka Kokedera - the "Moss Temple") in Kyoto.

Making A Reservation At Saihoji Temple, Kyoto.

This involves sending a self-addressed stamped postcard (ofuku hagaki; 往復はがき) available from the post office or a convenience store, or, if sending from overseas, a postcard with an international reply coupon to Saihoji.

The ofuku hagaki is a set of two postcards one of which will be used by Saihoji to reply.

Making A Reservation At Saihoji Temple.

If you would like JapanVisitor to complete this formality for you we charge 2,200 yen for the service.
We would need:

-your full name
-the date of your visit
-any alternative dates (the more the better your chances)
-the number of people attending
-the address of your accommodation in Japan, such as the name of your hotel with the 7 digit zip code

Please contact us as far in advance as possible (a month ahead at the very least). Saihoji is a popular destination and visits can get quickly booked out. In the event of the application being turned down by Saihoji, we refund the 2,200 yen minus the 108-yen cost of the postcard used to make the application.

You will receive a postcard from Saihoji Temple with the date and time of your visit (see image below). Take this postcard to the temple and pay the admission fee of 3,000 yen per person.

Making A Reservation At Saihoji Temple.

Saiho-ji Temple
Matsuo Jingatani-cho 56

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