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  1. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The roof of the main hall of Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺).
  2. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The flight of stairs leading up to the cave where the priest Nichiro, a disciple of Nichiren, was confined.
  3. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The cave where the priest Nichiro, a disciple of Nichiren, was confined.
  4. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The cave where the priest Nichiro, a disciple of Nichiren, was confined.
  5. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The flight of stairs leading up to the cave where the priest Nichiro, a disciple of Nichiren, was confined.
  6. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The garden of Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺)
  7. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    A pond in the garden of Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺)
  8. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The Main Hall of Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺)
  9. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    The Main Hall of Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺)
  10. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect located in Hase, Kamakura.
  11. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect located in Hase, Kamakura.
  12. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect located in Hase, Kamakura.
  13. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect located in Hase, Kamakura.
  14. Kosoku-ji Temple

    Kosoku-ji Temple

    Gyojisan Kosokuji (行時山光則寺) is a Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect located in Hase, Kamakura.
  15. Eisho-ji

    Eisho-ji

    Eishо̄-ji (英勝寺) belongs to the Jо̄dо̄ (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism and is the only existing nunnery in Kamakura. Above, a jizо̄ statue near the bamboo grove.
  16. Eisho-ji

    Eisho-ji

    Eishо̄-ji (英勝寺) belongs to the Jо̄dо̄ (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism and is the only existing nunnery in Kamakura. Here, the nuns' quarters.
  17. Eisho-ji

    Eisho-ji

    Eishо̄-ji (英勝寺) belongs to the Jо̄dо̄ (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism and is the only existing nunnery in Kamakura. Here, the picturesque bamboo forest.
  18. Eisho-ji

    Eisho-ji

    Eishо̄-ji (英勝寺) belongs to the Jо̄dо̄ (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism and is the only existing nunnery in Kamakura. Here, the nuns' quarters.
  19. Eisho-ji

    Eisho-ji

    Eishо̄-ji (英勝寺) belongs to the Jо̄dо̄ (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism and is the only existing nunnery in Kamakura. Here, the belfry, another National Important Cultural Property.
  20. Eisho-ji

    Eisho-ji

    Eishо̄-ji (英勝寺) belongs to the Jо̄dо̄ (Pure Land) sect of Buddhism and is the only existing nunnery in Kamakura. Here, a bodhisattva and some yagura.
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