Kamakura / Hōkokuji Temple and Jomyo-ji Temple

Hōkokuji Temple is famous for Bamboo garden with about 2000 bamboo plants growing up.
It was established by Tengan Eko in 1334 to commemorate Ashikaga Ietoki, grandfather of Takauji , first of the Ashikaga Shōguns.

Address : 2-7-4 Jomyoji, Kamakura 248-0003,
Hours : 9:00 to 16:00 /  Admission : 200 yen

Walk from Jomyoji bus stop (浄明寺, 10 minutes, 200 yen one way from Kamakura Station by bus number 鎌23, 鎌24 or 鎌36).

On foot in about 30~40 minutes from Kamakura Station.

Kamakura MAP

Jomyo-ji Temple was founded in 1188 by priest Taikō Gyōyū is a Zen Buddhist temple of the Rinzai sect, Kenchō-ji school, in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.

It is closed to the Hōkokuji Temple and it has a Japanese tea house and so beautiful Japanese garden.

Address : 3-8-31, Jomyoji, Kamakura, Kanagawa 248-0003
HOURS : 9:00-16:30
Admission. ¥100