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Ankokuronji Temple, Kamakura

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
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  • It is also quietly places nice and blooming atmosphere. Show entire precincts is greater that winds up here and there, and spread gradually slopes, different atmosphere in each place they would never get bored. Generally quiet and comfortable. On the Ridge include the second cousin once Enoshima towards sea views. Only stairs are steep, stone steps, so attention is needed after the rain.
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  • There are many temples in Kamakura. This is one of those that has few tourist. When I'm there, I hardly see anyone came in to this temple. Took some photos and climb up a little to take some scenery 
  • Too much famous in the temple precincts would sometimes tourists spend less and can. Apparently, Nichiren Shonin wrote "Rissho Ankoku Temple said. Even the name of the temple seems to come from there. From the Observatory grounds and mountain slopes, such as cliffs, called the fujimidai, zaimokuza beach views. A fairly steep incline, bad feet and legs are bad people or old people may be kinda tight.
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