It takes ten minutes to walk from Kamakura Station on Jiangzhi Island. Jianchang Temple is the first special Zen Taoist temple in Japan founded in 1253 by the fifth generation of Kamakura Shogunate Regent Beito. Lanxi Daolong, an eminent monk, was invited from China to be its master when it was founded. It is well preserved, especially the buildings and statues of Buddha in the temple. They are simple and intact. They complement each other with the surroundings and make you feel like you are back to that ancient time.
Kamakura North Station, walk for 10 minutes, almost walk. Very quiet and simple monastery.
Between Beikangcang Station and Kamakuang Station. It is a very famous ancient temple. Autumn is a good place to see red leaves.
Jianchang Temple ranks first among the Five Kamakura Monasteries. It is said that when it was founded, it invited eminent monks from China to serve as masters of the mountain, so it has a certain architectural style of its own Zen sect. The monastery has many treasures, such as the national treasure silk light color Lanxi Road elevation and so on. If you have time, it's worth visiting.
This Jianchang Temple is one of the most famous monasteries in Kamakura. It has a visual sense of the gates of the two cities in Kyoto. Of course, there are totally different uses. There are not many tourists in the light rain. It is very clean. Let's have a look.
In the brochure of local tourism, Jianchang Temple ranks first among the five, although it is not so famous in China. Semi-Monk Square (Lei Zhan, who looks like a God in the list) also has an outlook platform on the mountain, which is a good place to overlook Kamakura and Fuji Mountain.