It is a temple of Nichiren-shu (one of the factions of Japanese Buddhism) founded by Nichiro Shonin (senior priest), who was a disciple of Nichiren (founder of Nichiren-shu). Before its foundation it was a mansion of Yadoya Mitsunori, who was the close aid of Hojo Tokiyori (a shogun of the Kamakura Shogunate). There is a beautiful garden on the temple grounds where you can enjoy seasonal flowers throughout the year. Especially beautiful is the 150-year-old hall crabapple tree, which blooms in early April.
Open 7:30 to sunset
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours.
Adult (high-school students and older): 100 yen
Junior-high school students and younger: Free
6 minutes on foot from Enoden Hase Station (on the Enoshima Electric Railway).