After climbing up the stone steps, you can see Miura Peninsula. Founded in 1502, it has long been known for its jodo training of the Soto school.
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This is a hiking course for seeing the grand waterfalls and the milestone that is said to have been visited by Yamato Takeru (legendary prince of the Yamato Dynasty) himself. As one of Hiratsuka’s eight best sceneries, Kirifuri Waterfalls present you with a stunning view of water turning to mist while hitting the layers of rocks. Once you climb up the stone steps of Shouganji Temple, you will be presented with a stunning view of the Enoshima Islands, as well as Miura Peninsula.
This hiking course travels around a waterfall that is reminiscent of spilling marbles and a standing stone that Prince Yamato Takeru is said to have visited. The...
This is a temple of the Tendai sect located in Tsuchiya, Hiratsuka City. The temple has a Benten Hall Hoshuden where the eight-armed Uga Benzaiten is enshrined,...