Northeast area of Kamakura

In the northeastern area of Kamakura, there are numerous shrines and temples deeply rooted in history, as well as beautiful gardens. Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine is a shrine deeply rooted in Japanese history, revered by samurai and shoguns of the Kamakura period, and many historical cultural assets remain. In addition, the cherry blossoms bloom around the Genji Pond and Heike Pond on the grounds in the spring, making it a very enjoyable place for tourists.

Hōkoku-ji Temple has a beautiful bamboo garden that embodies the aesthetics of traditional Japanese gardens with its harmonious landscape of tranquility and beauty.

Jōmyō-ji Temple was once said to have a vast site and 23 sub-temples.

Zuisen-ji Temple and Kakuon-ji Temple are temples surrounded by beautiful nature. They are known for their beautiful seasonal flowers and the autumn leaves of the surrounding mountains.

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu 鶴岡八幡宮 Hōkoku-ji 報国寺
Jōmyō-ji 浄妙寺 Sugimoto-dera 杉本寺
Zuisen-ji 瑞泉寺 Kakuon-ji 覚園寺