You need to take a bus to go to Kamakura-guu from Kamakura station because it is far from the station. After you get off the bus , you can enjoy mostly flat routes. There is a slope beside the steps in front of the main hall. Accessible to the Haiden(the building for prayers in front of the main hall).
|There is a slope beside the steps in front of the main hall. Accessible to the Haiden(the building for prayers in front of the main hall). A paid visit course isn't available because of the steps of the entrance.|
|Inside the facility||Wheelchair accessible restrooms available|
Enter from the Torii (a shrine gate) immediately turn right and you can see the restroom at the corner.
|Outside the facility|
|Parking lot available|
A parking lot only for visitors. They don't have the parking space only for wheelchair users. The coin-operated parking lots are available in the neighborhood.
|Available language||Brochure: Japanese, English. |
Kamakura Tourist Map: Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean
|Fee discounts||Free admission for a person with disabilities and an attendant by showing disability certificate.|
|Crowded days/seasons||Saturday, Sunday, and Holiday are crowded.|
Bus from Kamakura Sta.Take a bus(20) bound for Daitonomiya. Get off the bus at last Daitonomiya bus stop.
|Time required||10 minutes by bus.|