[会場]鎌倉 長谷寺




Hasedera, which has been known as “Hase Kannon” since ancient times, is officially called “Hamijizan Jishoin Hasedera”. Founded in the 7th year of the Nara era (736), Kamakura is one of the oldest tombs in Kamakura. The main shrine is an eleventh-sided Kanseon statue. As the wood carving Buddha, Japan's largest statue (9.18m in height), No. 4 in Santo Santosho Kannon cemetery, Tozan is the symbol of the eastern representative Kannon cemetery. I tell you. The precincts that stretch from the base of the deep green Kannon mountain are called “Kamakura's western paradise Jodo”, where the flowers never cease, and the colors of the flowering trees soften the hearts of visitors. In addition to the various halls, there is a viewing platform with a panoramic view of the sea and cityscape of Kamakura. It is said that.
  • Shop/Spot name
    Hasedera -->
  • Address
    31-2 Hase, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • Tel
  • Business hours
    [Opening time] 《Daylight saving time from March to September》 8:00 to 17:00 (Closed mountain 17:30) / 《Winter time from October to February》 8:00 to 16:30 (Closed mountain 17:00)
  • Parking
    Existence (30 standard cars <30 minutes ¥ 350> / 4 buses / medium-sized cars or more <30 minutes ¥ 1,000>) * Business hours << March to September >> 8:00 to 17:00 / << October to February >> 8: 00-16: 30 * Reservations and parking spaces are not available.
  • Pet
    * No pets are allowed. However, if you are accompanied by a pet, please put it in a carry case (cage), carry bag, or pet cart, and give consideration to other visitors. In the precincts, do not open the lid or zipper with the whole body fully inserted. Even in that case, you will not be able to enter the various halls and precincts. Disabled dogs (guide dogs, service dogs, hearing dogs) can be accompanied by the whole mountain. Depending on the size and type of pet, guests may not be allowed.