1. Tokei-ji

    Tokei-ji

    Slab at Tokei-ji Temple in Kita-Kamakura.
  2. Enno-ji Temple

    Travel Enno-ji Temple

    Enno-ji Temple (円応寺), officially known as Araizan Ennōji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Kenchō-ji School of the Rinzai Sect. It is located in Kita-Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, The temple is famous for its magnificent wooden statue of Enma (閻魔), the King of the Underworld. The stairs leading up to...
  3. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  4. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  5. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  6. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  7. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  8. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  9. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  10. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  11. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  12. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  13. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  14. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  15. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  16. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  17. Ennoji

    Ennoji

    Enno-ji (円応寺), formally known as Araizan Ennoji (新居山円応寺), belongs to the Rinzai School of Zen Buddhism and is located in Kita-Kamakura. It is famous for its Enma (King of the Underworld) statue, a designated national treasure.
  18. Jochiji Temple

    Jochiji Temple

    Kinpōzan Jōchi-ji (金宝山浄智寺) is a Buddhist Zen temple in Kita-Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It belongs to the Engaku-ji school of the Rinzai sect and is ranked fourth among Kamakura's Five Mountains. Here, a statue of Hotei.
  19. Jochiji Temple

    Jochiji Temple

    Mobile coffee shop at Jochi-ji Temple.
  20. Jochiji Temple

    Jochiji Temple

    Kinpōzan Jōchi-ji (金宝山浄智寺) is a Buddhist Zen temple in Kita-Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It belongs to the Engaku-ji school of the Rinzai sect and is ranked fourth among Kamakura's Five Mountains.
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