Here we are in Koyasan:


By Train:

When coming by Shinkansen you will arrive at Shin-Osaka. The most comfortable way is to take the subway. Follow the red sign to the Midosuji Line. Take the train to Namba.
You can also take the JR Loop Line and go to Shin-Imamiya.

From Namba or Shin-Imamya take the the Nankai Line to Koyasan. In Gokurakubashi you change to the Cable Car, which brings you up to Koyasan Station. From there you can take a bus to Koyasan. Leave the bus at Keisatsumae (the Koyasan Police Station). From the busstop you go straight to the next traffic light. There you go right and Muryōkoin is around 100 m further on on the left side.

From Nara you can take the JR train to Gojo and connect there to the train to Hashimoto. In Hashimoto you need to change to the Nankai Koya Line. From Gokurakubashi please proceed as above.

On the station there are usualy also taxis waiting. The driver will bring you via the Great Gate directly to Muryōkoin. Go back

By Plane:

If you arrive at Kansai Airport, take the Nankai Line towards Namba. Exit the train in Shin-Imamiya and go to the platform for the Koya-Line and proceed as written above.

From Kansai Airport you can also take a bus to Kawachinagano.

The bus will stop behind the Nankai station. From here you take the Nankai Koya Line.

If you arrive at Itami Airport, you can take a bus to Namba Station. From there you take the Nankai Line to Koyasan and proceed as described before. Go back

By Car:

you can come to Koyasan via Hashimoto. Just follow the signs towards Koyasan (高野山) You will arrive at the Great Gate. From there you go straight on until the 2nd traffic light. The Tourist Office is across the other side as well as the Fire Station and the Post-Office. There you turn left. Muryōkoin is around 200 m further on on the right side.

You can park your car usually inside of the yard, but please ask before.

or you come via Ryujin-Spa and you will arrive at the Okunoin. Proceed from there straight until you see the Fire Station and the tourist-Office on your right and the Post-Office on the left. There is a traffic light directly after, just turn right there. Muryōkoin is around 200 m further on on the right side. Go back