Front door to the Temple.  Press 202 call on the "Call Box".Main hall sleeping space.
Shared Space Main Temple Hondo 2nd
Shared Space Main Temple Hondo 2nd
1 voyageur
1 chambre
1 lit
1 salle de bain
1 voyageur
1 chambre
1 lit
1 salle de bain
Vous ne serez débité que si vous confirmez

This is one folding beds in the main hall of the Temple. You will be sharing space with others and the Buddha's. The beds are separated by Shoji screens for privacy. The kitchen and bathrooms are shared with the other guests and facility manager.

Le logement

The space is the main hall of a Buddhist Temple. This is the traditional way that pilgrims and travelers enjoy a peaceful nights sleep. We also now have a new shower.

Accès des voyageurs

The whole main hall temple space and library.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

This is a Buddhist Temple so guests are expected to follow Buddhist customs of removing shoes and attending morning and evening service.

Autres remarques

We offer a traditional Japanese Buddhist breakfast of rice, miso soup and Japanese pickles.


Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 15:00
Départ avant 10:00

Please be respectful for Buddhist Services and events. Also, beds will be folded up and put away in the morning by 8am before service. In the evening, quiet time begins at 10pm. Lights should be off before going to sleep. Breakfast will be served at 8:30am following the morning service. If you have any special requests please speak to the Temple Manager. Don't be noisy and keep a respectful attitude- Follow Buddhist etiquette and rules during your temple stay.
Take off your shoes when entering a temple hall and either leave them outside or carry them with you in a plastic bag. Shoes should be neatly arranged at the entrance with the other shoes in the designated area. Please wear socks and slippers at all times. No bare feet or just socks allowed. Please use the appropriate slippers for the bathroom. Do not wear main temple slippers in the bathroom.
No Alcohol allowed in the Temple- Do not bring alcohol or any kind of intoxicants into the temple.
Morning ceremony – You can attend the one-hour ceremony in the early morning, if you like.
Check-out time – 10 a.m. after breakfast.
Hats should be removed when entering a temple.
Do not point at Buddha statues, Monks, Nuns and/or elders with your feet or with your fingers (well anything for that matter).
Do not touch (especially on the head) Buddha statues, images, Monks, Nuns and elders. Also, do not touch any of the religious items.
Revealing clothing, such as tank tops, short skirts, shorts are inappropriate attire for the temple space, please be considerate of others. Men and women should wear tops that cover their shoulders when visiting a temple. Both men and women should avoid short-shorts, tank tops and clothing that reveals too much skin. Dressing for temples can be casual.
Do not sit with the legs outstretched, as this is a sign of disrespect.
Pointing the bottom of your feet toward the altar or teacher is regarded as disrespectful.
Respect and kindness in manner of speech, thoughts and actions towards our temple staff and guests is a great source of joy and merit for everyone. Inappropriate conversations should be avoided.
Clean up after yourself. Do not leave a mess for others. Please put things back after use. Mindfulness is an important part of maintaining relationships with others.
Label all items in the refrigerator that are yours and take all items with you when you leave.
Please do not leave bags, clothing, or other items in the main room. All items should be stored during the day in a private room, designated by the caretaker. If you have valuables, please take them with you during the day and keep them with you when you sleep. We are not responsible for lost or misplaced items.
Guests are welcome but should be checked in by Temple Caretaker. All guests must leave by 9pm.
If these rules are not observed you will be asked to leave and your reservation will not be refunded.


137 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Vincent
mai 2017
Je suis content d'avoir expérimenté ce lieu. Mais 50 dollars pour dormir sur un clic clac pas confortable dans une salle pas très bien rangée (pas sale mais bordelique), c'est pas donné donné... Le propriétaire est un peu space mais sympa et attachant. Le quartier est authentique mais pas de mieux fréquenté. Proche de la gare par contre. A vous de voir maintenant!

Profil utilisateur de Vincent
novembre 2015
Next to China town and the train station, the temple is nicely located. Friendly host, with flexibility with my busy touristic schedule : once I got the keys, I could come in and out as I wish. Wifi access was really handy. Thanks for the stay !

Profil utilisateur de Nicolas
août 2015
Very welcoming place, I recommend. I enjoyed my short stay here. I didn't know the city at all but people here helped me a lot.

Profil utilisateur de Cole
octobre 2017
Great location in Chinatown.

Profil utilisateur de Benjamin
octobre 2017
Thank you!

Profil utilisateur de Kathleen
octobre 2017
If you are there on Sunday there is no breakfast. They were very flexible with check-in and check-out. Hard to beat the price for this area. However, the space is not as cool or interesting as I thought it was going to be. Also, I didn't really feel comfortable showering there and the communal bathroom was dirty when I used it. Reasonable for people on a budget.

Profil utilisateur de Madi
octobre 2017
I had a great time in Seattle and enjoyed my stay at Enkyoki temple. It was easy to walk around the city from there and is across the street from a public transit hub. Lovely hosts and a very pleasant environment.

Seattle, Washington, États-UnisMembre depuis janvier 2015
Profil utilisateur de Enkyoji
We are a Buddhist Temple with spaces available to visitors for accommodations. We are located in Seattle's Historic Chinatown. We have an onsite manager to help you with your needs. Also we have a newly installed shower!
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