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  1. Harakiri Yagura

    Harakiri Yagura

    A memorial slab on the site of the Hōjō Harakiri Yagura next to former Tōshō-ji Temple.
  2. Harakiri Yagura

    Harakiri Yagura

    The site of the Hōjō Harakiri Yagura next to former Tōshō-ji Temple.
  3. Hojo Harakiri Yagura

    Hojo Harakiri Yagura

    The burial cave (北条高時腹切りやぐら Harakiri Yagura) of Hōjō Takatoki next to the site of the former Tōshō-ji.
  4. Former Tosho-ji Temple

    Former Tosho-ji Temple

    The location of the former Tōshō-ji (東勝寺), the family temple of the Hōjō. In 1333, the entire family perished here when Nitta Yoshisada attacked Kamakura.
  5. Hokai-ji Temple

    Temple Hokai-ji Temple

    Hōkai-ji (宝戒寺), formally known as Kinryūzan Shakuman-in Endon Hōkai-ji (金龍山釈満院円頓宝戒寺), is a Buddhist temple of the Tendai school located in the Komachi district of Kamakura. It is also known as Hagidera (萩寺) as it is famous for the vast number of bush clover (hagi) blooming in its gardens in...
  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. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Nirayama Castle

    Castle Nirayama Castle

    Nirayama Castle (韮山城 Nirayama-jō) is located in the northern neck of Izu Peninsula, in present-day Izunokuni. In 1493, Hōjō Sōun who had risen to power in Kokokuji Castle defeated Horikoshi-kubō Ashikaga Chachamaru who had ruled Izu and put the entire peninsula under his control. He rebuilt...
  18. Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History

    Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History

    Statue of Hōjō Tokiyori (北条時頼, 1227-1263), the fifth regent (shikken) of the Kamakura shogunate in Japan displayed at the Yokohama Museum of Cultural History.
  19. Kokokuji Castle

    Castle Kokokuji Castle

    Kokokuji Castle (興国寺城 Kōkokuji-jō, also known as 根古屋城 Negoya-jō) is located in Numazu in Shizuoka Prefecture. It was constructed sometime between 1469 and 1487 and given to Hōjō Soun (or Ise Shinkuro at that time) for services rendered to the Imagawa clan. The rise of the Late Hōjō in the Kantō...
  20. Ogura Castle

    Castle Ogura Castle

    Ogura Castle (小倉城) is a Sengoku-era hilltop castle located in Tokigawa Town, Saitama Prefecture. It stretched over three mountain ridges and was situated just 600 metres from the Tsuki River, forming a natural stronghold that allowed to monitor the traffic on the river. It was fortified with...
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