Welcome to Manpa Resort Nihon Style

Attractions in Wakayama Prefecture

Wakayama Prefecture where Manpa Resort Nihon Style is located.
Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range in Wakayama Prefecture including some of Kumano Kodo were included in The World Heritage list on 7th July, 2004. Kumano Kodo are the routes that connect Ise (Mie Prefecture) and Osaka/ Kyoto with Kumano that locates in the south part of Kii Peninsular.
Well-preserved parts among those are designated as national monuments Kumano Pilgrimage Routes.
Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range consist of three sacred sites, where spirits of humans are said to gather, and three routes that connect them, spreading across twenty-three cities and towns in Mie, Nara and Wakayama Prefectures.
Mount Koya (Koya-san), the holy place of Shingon Esoteric Buddhism with the 1200-year history.
Why not walking along the stone path in the grove of cedar trees to feel the mysteriousness of Mount Koya.


Photos contributed by Wakayama Prefecture.


Access to Manpa Resort Nihon Style

About 1 hour and 10minutes from Kansai International Airport to Manpa Resort Nihon Style.
From other popular sightseeing places, about 2 hours from Osaka and about 2 hours and a half from Kyoto.


It is about 2 hours to Mount Koya, the central part of Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range.
Stay at Seaside Kancho before and after your pilgrimage.




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