Founded by Hojo Tokiyori and Hojo Nagatoki, Shikkens of Kamakura shogunate, and under the patronage of the Akahashi line of the Hojo clan, this temple was developed as a multi-disciplinary multi-sect temple. It is also known as being the place where shogun Ashikaga Takauji once lived after the fall of the Kamakura shogunate, after which he formed a deep relationship with Ashikaga Motouji. The site has many important cultural features, such as the Amitabha triad statue, and the entire precincts are designated as a National Historic Site.
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours.
|Closed||None (However, no storage room access on Mondays through Wednesdays, Fridays, when it rains, in August, and during the Year-end and New Year's holidays)|
|Costs||Payment is required (200 yen to visit the storage room)|
15-minute walk from Kamakura Station