鎌倉

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Kamakura is a city in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan, about 50 kilometres (31 miles) south-south-west of Tokyo.

Main category: Kamakura, Kanagawa

Daibutsu of Kōtoku-in[edit]

Main gallery: Kamakura Daibutsu.

Hase-dera[edit]

Main category: Hasedera (Kamakura)

Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū[edit]

Main gallery: Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū.

Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Shrine[edit]

The Five Great Zen Temples of Kamakura (The Kamakura Gozan)[edit]

日本語: 禅寺鎌倉五山

Number One: Kenchō-ji[edit]

日本語: 建長寺

Number Two: Engaku-ji[edit]

日本語: 円覚寺

Number three: Jufuku-ji[edit]

日本語: 寿福寺

Number four: Jōchi-ji[edit]

日本語: 浄智寺

Number five: Jōmyō-ji[edit]

日本語: 浄妙寺

Meigetsu-in[edit]

日本語: 明月院

Kōmyō-ji[edit]

Main category: Kōmyō-ji (Kamakura)

Kōmyō-ji's Sanmon[edit]

日本語: 光明寺山門

This Sanmon is the biggest in the Kanto area, it used to belong to Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, who was forced to give it away.

Tōkei-ji[edit]

Main category: Tokei-ji

Moto Hachiman[edit]

Main category: Moto Hachiman

An'yō-in[edit]

Main category: Anyoin, Kamakura

Ankokuron-ji[edit]

Main category: Ankokuronji

Honkaku-ji[edit]

Main category: Honkakuji

Myōhō–ji[edit]

Main category: Myohoji

Chōshō-ji[edit]

Main category: Choshoji, Kamakura

Kamakura-gū[edit]

Main category: Kamakura-gu

See also[edit]

Kamakura Part two, 鎌倉-2