This property has the following conditions:
The price listed is per night, per person (room only)
Enter the daily lives of Japanese Buddhist monks and discover their traditional lifestyle during an unforgettable stay at Tsushima Seizanji.
Situated on top of a hill in the center of Tsushima, Nagasaki, Seizanji temple offers travelers of the world to share their everyday lives and experience the traditional aspect of Japanese culture.
Treat yourself to a relaxing stay in a serene and beautiful environment, where you can enjoy simple pleasures such as listening to the sound of a wind chime moving in the wind.
Used as a diplomatic institution during the Edo Period, in the 18th and 19th centuries, Seizanji temple is a place rich in history. Its good location makes it also easy for travelers and business people to move around the city or explore the countryside.
A stay in Seizanji Temple is the opportunity to discover a most fascinating side of Japanese culture from within and have a memorable experience.
Zazen (seated meditation) experience:
Every weekday morning from 5:30 we practice zazen, a type of meditation unique to Zen Buddhism. We gladly invite you to join us if you’re interested in discovering the form of meditation that is at the very heart of Zen practice.
Place: Zen meditation hall
Soap, body soap, conditioner, toothbrush set, razor, face and bath towels
Internet access (wireless LAN), fridge, hair dryer (for rent), kettle (for rent)
There are 6 Japanese-style rooms and 2 Western-style rooms.
・Japanese-style rooms: no TV, shared bathroom and toilets, no smoking, WiFi available
・Western-style rooms: private bathroom and toilets, air conditioning, TV, double or semi-double beds
We also have rooms with view on the city or on the sea.
・Each guest room can accommodate 1 to 3 people
・For information on child rate, please contact us.
・3 Parking spaces available (¥300)
・20-minute car ride from Tsushima airport
・5-minute walk from Izuhara port
・No smoking inside. Thank you to smoke only in the designated outdoor smoking areas.