Jōryū-ji 常立寺

About Jōryū-ji Temple

Jōryū-ji Temple is a Nichiren Buddhist temple located in Katase, Fujisawa City, on the northern side of Enoshima. It is said to be the site where the Tatsunokuchi execution grounds once stood, and it now serves as a place to mourn those who were executed there. The temple is also known as a famous spot for plum blossoms, and the approach and grounds are filled with blooming plum trees during spring.

Location: 3-14-48 Katase, Fujisawa City
– Enoshima Electric Railway: 3 minutes on foot from Enoshima Station
– Odakyu Line: 10 minutes on foot from Katase-Enoshima Station

Hours: Open for public visitation
Admission Fee: Free
Toilets: None


・Main Hall and Weeping Plum Blossoms

・Six Jizo Statues and Plum Blossoms

・Five-story Pagoda and Weeping Plum Blossoms

・Plum Blossoms Blooming along the Approach Path


Nearby Shrines, Temples, and Other Attractions

Ryūkō-ji 龍口寺(7-minute walk)


・Cafes and restaurants around Jōryū-ji Temple

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