Down the road from Sugimoto-dera, on the right-hand side, is this Rinzai Zen temple with quiet, landscaped gardens where you can relax...
This Tokasan temple of the Rinzaishu Kenchō-ji sect was originally a tantric Buddhist temple and converted to a Zen temple. The main...
This shrine was built in 1869 on the order of Emperor Meiji to enshrine the spirit of Prince Morinaga who was imprisoned and executed at...
Opposite Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū, this popular soba restaurant with tatami-mat seating overlooking a pleasant garden is a good place to...
903 Nikaidō · interesting places nearby
This small temple, founded in AD 734, is reputed to be the oldest in Kamakura. The ferocious-looking guardian deities and statues of Kannon are its main draw. Take a bus from stop 5 at Kamakura Station to the Sugimoto Kannon bus stop (¥200, 10 minutes).