Hase-dera Temple (Hase-kannon)

Hase-dera Temple (Hase-kannon)

The Hasedera Temple is famous for the hydrangea seasonal plant and pagoda flower, but you can also enjoy azaleas and buttons, and in autumn you can enjoy autumn leaves illuminations. In tradition, the construction of Hasedera temple was during the Nara era, and it is the 4th Buddhist office of Bando Spirit Center in Bando 33 places. The eleventh aspect sound image of Honbune has a height of about 10 meters and boasts the largest scale in Japan as a wooden Kannon statue. At Hasega Temple, we have a lecture (1,000 yen, including tools) that experiences sutras and photography every day at Benten temple facing the pond.

Hase-dera Temple (Hase-kannon)
ADDRESS 3-11-2 Hase, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0467-22-6300 

8:00-17:00 (March~September)、8:00-16:30 (October~Febuary)


No holidays


Adults :300 yen elementary school student :150 yen


5 minute walk from Enoden 「Hase station」. By car: about 30 minutes from「Asahina IC」on Yokohama-Yokosuka Road.

HP http://www.hasedera.jp/

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