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  1. Ryuho-ji Temple

    Temple Ryuho-ji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji (龍宝寺), officially known as Yokokusan Ryūhōji (陽谷山龍宝寺), is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, southwest of Ōfuna Station and was founded in 1503 by Hōjō Tsunashige (北条綱成, 1487-1541), the adopted brother of Hōjō Ujiyasu and grandson of Hōjō Sōun...
  2. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. Here, an old farmhouse of the Ishii (石井) family, an Important Cultural Property.
  3. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. Here, an old farmhouse of the Ishii (石井) family, an Important Cultural Property.
  4. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. Here, a cenotaph dedicated to members of the Go-Hōjō.
  5. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  6. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. Here, wooden statues of late monks.
  7. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. Here, the main object of worship, a Shaka Trinity.
  8. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. Here, the main object of worship, a Shaka Trinity.
  9. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  10. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  11. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  12. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  13. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  14. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle. The name plate says Yokokusan Ryūhōji (陽谷山龍宝寺).
  15. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  16. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  17. Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryuhoji Temple

    Ryūhō-ji is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō Zen school. It is located in Ueki, Kamakura, and was established in the 16th century by the Hōjō lords of Tamanawa Castle.
  18. Ofuna Kannonji

    Ofuna Kannonji

    Ōfuna Kannon Temple (大船観音寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō school of Zen located in Ōfuna, northern Kamakura. It is famous for its reinforced concrete statue of the Bodhisattva Kannon. Shown here is the Sanmon Gate.
  19. Ofuna Kannonji

    Ofuna Kannonji

    Ōfuna Kannon Temple (大船観音寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō school of Zen located in Ōfuna, northern Kamakura. It is famous for its reinforced concrete statue of the Bodhisattva Kannon.
  20. Ofuna Kannonji

    Ofuna Kannonji

    Ōfuna Kannon Temple (大船観音寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Sōtō school of Zen located in Ōfuna, northern Kamakura. It is famous for its reinforced concrete statue of the Bodhisattva Kannon.
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