Buddhist priest apologizes for cursing out tourists who posted negative reviews of his temple

Buddhist priest apologizes for cursing out tourists who posted negative reviews of his temple

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A Buddhist priest apologized for lashing out at tourists who complained about his temple on Bookings.com. 

Visitors to Mount Kōya’s ancient Buddhist temple can stay overnight at Sekishoin Shukubo, a traditional Japanese guesthouse that serves vegetarian meals and features simple, monastic living quarters. Guests sleep on futons over tatami floors, and are invited to participate in morning services with the monks who reside there full time. 

According to the Booking.com profile, the guesthouse even offers WiFi. 

But the monastic living conditions weren’t enough for some tourists, who seemed to mistake the temple for a hotel and left mediocre reviews of the guesthouse.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable | Buddhist priest apologizes for cursing out tourists who posted negative reviews of his temple

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