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Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine

4.6/5208 Reviews
Temple
5:00 to 21:00 (from 6:00 from October to March) ; Admission ends 30 minutes before closing; Open 24 hours from January 1 to 3. (Local time)
Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine is a shrine established in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. On the west side of Wakamiya-dori, which extends straight from Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine, is a north-south road, Komachi Street. From local specialty food stores such as natto and ham to craft shops in Kamakura and other places, from old-fashioned restaurants to foreign-style cafes.

Hasedera Temple

4.6/5165 Reviews
Temple
8:00 to 17:30 (until 17:00 from October to February). Admission ends 30 minutes before closing. (Local time)
Hasegawa Temple is a Pure Land Buddhism Single Temple in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The Changgu Guanyin here is one of the main attractions for tourists coming here. It is famous for its statues of Buddha. Various statues can be seen everywhere in the temple. The Hakone-ji Temple is dedicated to the 11-faced Guanyin statue and is a wooden Buddha statue in Japan. The annual hydrangea blossoms during the rainy season are very beautiful and attract a large number of tourists.

Meigetsu-in

4.6/548 Reviews
Temple

Kencho-ji Temple

4.4/543 Reviews
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Enkakuji Temple

4.7/530 Reviews
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Hokokuji Temple (Takedera Temple)

4.8/522 Reviews
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Ugafuku Shrine ( Goddess of Money Washing)

4.5/511 Reviews
Temple

Gokuraku-ji Temple

4.5/532 Reviews
Temple

Sasuke Inari Shrine

4.5/512 Reviews
Temple

Senso-ji

4.5/54,151 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
April-September 6:00-17:00, October-March 6:30-17:00; Nakamise Shopping Street is generally 9:00-19:00. (Local time)
One of Tokyo’s oldest and most significant Buddhist temples, Senso-ji is located in the city’s Asakusa District. Dedicated to the Bodhisattva of compassion, the first temple was founded as far back as 645 CE. Destroyed during World War II, Senso-ji was eventually rebuilt and stands now as a symbol of rebirth and peace. Many small shops line the main street approaching the temple. It is a popular area for tourists and among the more well-known parts of Tokyo. Each spring a grand festival is held in and around Senso-ji. Over the course of a few days upwards of 2 million people visit the temple complex.
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