1. Kaizo-ji Temple

    Travel Kaizo-ji Temple

    Kaizō-ji (海蔵寺), officially known as Senkokusan Kaizō-ji (扇谷山海蔵寺), is a Buddhist temple that belongs to the Kenchō-ji school of the Rinzai Zen sect (臨済宗). It is located in the Ogigayatsu district of Kamakura. History In 1253, Prince Munetaka (宗尊親王, 1242-74), the sixth shōgun of the Kamakura...
  2. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  3. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  4. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  5. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  6. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  7. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  8. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  9. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  10. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  11. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  12. Hokaiji

    Hokaiji

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in Kamakura which enshrines the souls of some 870 Hōjō clan members who committed suicide at the nearby Tōshō-ji in 1333.
  13. Kakuon-ji Temple

    Travel Kakuon-ji Temple

    Kakuon-ji (覚園寺), officially known as Jubusen Shingon-in Kakuon-ji (鷲峰山真言院覚園寺) by its mountain name, is a Buddhist Shingon temple of the Sennyu-ji school located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth Kamakura regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol...
  14. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
  15. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
  16. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
  17. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
  18. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
  19. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
  20. Kakuonji

    Kakuonji

    Kakuonji (覚園寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Shingon sect located in Nikaidō, Kamakura. It was founded in 1296 by Hōjō Sadatoki, the ninth regent, to celebrate the victory over the Mongol invaders.
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