About Jufuku-ji Temple
Jufuku-ji Temple is a Rinzai Zen temple founded by Hōjō Masako during the Kamakura period, and is the third of the Kamakura Gozan (Five Great Zen Temples). The temple, established by the founder Myōan Eisai, houses a seated statue of Shakyamuni Buddha and a large Niō (guardian) statue. Although the temple grounds, designated as a National Historic Site, are not open to the public, visitors can walk along the approach from the Sanmon (main gate) to the Chumon (middle gate).
Location: 1-17-7 Ogigayatsu, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
Access: 8-minute walk from JR Kamakura Station
・Nearby Shrines, Temples, and Other Sights
・Cafes and restaurants around Jufuku-ji Temple