Seek spiritual happiness at Hase temple
US $74.60 / Group
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Description of this tour
Hase temple is one of the oldest temples in Kamakura, which is popular as ‘Flowrer temple’.
Many kinds of flowers are seen throughout a year here.
Its magnificent statue of Hase Kannon which is 9.18 meters tall is one of the largest wooden
Buddhist statues in Japan. There are many other Buddhist statues and halls to see.
The beautiful view of Sagami Bay and the beaches is seen from the observation platform on the
upper level. They also have a restaurant whose menu is ranging from curry to vegetarian dishes
which are prepared in the Buddhist monk meal manner.
I'm a National Government Licenced Guide. I was born in Nagano and have lived in Kamakura/Fujisawa for 30 years. I had lived in Los Angeles for 5 years too!
Kamakura was the ancient capital of Samurai warriors thrived between 12th and 15th century. It has not only many historical temples and shrines but also beautiful nature, especially ocean! Mt. Fuji can be seen from the beach on sunny days! Living in this beautiful historical place just motivated me to become a guide.
I am also enjoying guiding Tokyo which is often said the amazing place where traditional and contemporary coexists! I like Japanese history, culture, nature and food! I'd like to talk these things with people from all over the world!
I like traveling myself too. Japan has four seasons. In each season, we have different ways to enjoy it; view seasonal flowers, colored leaves, festivals, food etc. Let me show you around this beautiful country!!
I have been an English teacher for more than 20 years. I am responsible, hard working and cheerful!
I'm very much looking forward to seeing you soon!
Sample Tour Timeline
JR Kamakura station
- Admission fee
- Transport expenses
【Things you need】
Transportation : From Enoden Kamakura station to Hase 190yen per person
Entrance fee: Hase temple 300yen per person
Food and drinks : Damgo dumpling: approx. 200yen per person
*Kannon museum: 300yen per person if you want to
They have many kinds of Buddhist statues, and the most significant is the principal deity of this temple, eleven-headed Kannon Bodhisattva. It has been gathered people’s faith since the 8th century.
Please enjoy the beautiful ocean view from the observation platform while eating dango dumplings which is said to ward off your bad luck. In the Kyozo where Buddhist scriptures are kept, you rotate the revolving bookshelf so that you can receive the same amount of benefit as you read the whole scriptures in it. Walking through the Benten Cave is also fun!
-Jizo-do Hall (Hall which houses Jiso Bodhisattva)
-Amida-do Hall (Hall which houses Amida Buddha)
-Kannon-do-Hall (Hall which houses Kannon Bodhisattva)
-Kyozo (Space for storing Buddhist scriputures)
-Daikoku-do Hal l(Hall which houses the statue of Good fortune)
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