The ancient pilgrimage routes in Koyasan such as Koyasan’s Choishi Stupa Route, Koya Sanzan Route and Women Pilgrims Route have been well maintained all the way up to the present-day. These routes was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in July 2004, as the ‘Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountains Range.‘ Enjoy a pleasant outdoor experience for pilgrims and hikers.
Koyasan’s Choishi Stupa Route
Koya Sanzan Route & Women Pilgrims Route
The Koyasan Shukubo Association at the Chuo and Ichi-no-hashi
Hours of operation
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
￥500/unit (only one audio guide per person, please.)
Hours of usage
8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Please return the audio guide immediately after use to the return location. Persons staying the night may return the audio guide the morning of next day.
Koyasan Interpreter Guide Club provides the experienced guided tour of Koyasan in English. One of Japan’s most sacred sites, the peace and tranquility of this mysterious mountain retreat is a world away from bustling modern Japan. Take a tour with us and discover the secrets and stories of Koyasan, a wealth of information you won’t find in any guidebook. For more information, please contact us.
Wakayama Tourism Federation／Koya Town／Kongobuji Temple／Koyasan Tourist Association