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Things to Do in Kamakura

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Engaku-ji
The largest of the Zen monasteries in Kamakura,...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Enno-ji
In the feudal period, Japan acquired from China a...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Enoshima
The Sagami Bay shore in this area has some of the...
Islands Kamakura
 
Hase-dera
The only temple in Kamakura facing the sea,...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Hokoku-ji
Visitors to Kamakura tend to overlook this lovely...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Jochi-ji
In the Five Mountains hierarchy, Jochi-ji (Jochi...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Jomyo-ji
Founded in 1188, this one of the Five Mountains...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Kamakura Great Buddha
The single biggest attraction in Hase is the...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue) Kamakura
 
Kamakura Treasure Museum
This museum was built in 1928 as a repository for...
Museums / Galleries Kamakura
 
Kamakura-gu
This Shinto shrine was built after the Meiji...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Kencho-ji
Founded in 1250, Kencho-ji (Kencho Temple) was...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Meigetsu-in
This temple is also known as Ajisai-dera (the...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Prefectural Museum of Modern Art
On the north side of the Heike Pond at...
Museums / Galleries Kamakura
 
Ryuko-ji
The Kamakura story would not be complete without...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Tokei-ji
A Zen temple of the Rinzai sect, Tokei-ji holds...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Tsuru-ga-oka Hachiman-gu
This shrine is dedicated to the legendary emperor...
Religious Sites Kamakura
 
Yoritomo's tomb
The man who put Kamakura on the map, so to speak,...
Memorials / Monuments Kamakura

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