Kotoku-in (Kamakura Daibutsu)

Temples/Shrines

Kotoku-in (Kamakura Daibutsu)

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Kotoku-in is a Buddhist temple of the Jodo sect, famous for the Kamakura Great Buddha. The sidewalk from Hase Station is narrow. The sidewalk is crowded on weekends so it is difficult to push a wheelchair. The street in the residential area is flat and not crowded.

Wheelchair Accessibility
The path for wheelchair users is available. But it is difficult to access inside the Great Budda Statue with a wheelchairs.
Restroom
Inside the facilityWheelchair accessible restrooms available
Outside the facility
Parking
No parking lot
There are parking lots for the disabled.
Other Information
Available languageBrochure: Japanese, English
Fee discountsFree admission for a person with dasabilities.
Crowded days/seasonsAlways crowded
Access
Walk from Hase Sta.
The sidewalk from Hase Station is narrow and very crowded on weekends, so it is difficult to push a wheelchair. The street in the residential area is flat and not crowded.
Time required7 minute walk from Hase Station.

Neighborhood facilities

Restrooms inside Hase station
Wheelchair accessible restrooms
Restrooms inside Hase station
Hasedera
Temples/Shrines
Hasedera