Hasedera is a Buddhist temple of the Jodo sect, famous for its "Eleven-headed kannon" and hydrangeas.
The sidewalk from Hase Station is narrow. The lower ground is a stone pavement and it is difficult to push a wheelchair. Benten-Kutsu Cave on the lower ground has a low ceiling and it is difficult to get inside with a wheelchair. The main Hall is on the upper ground and it is unable to access with a wheelchair because of the stairs. It is crowded on weekends.
|The lower ground is accessible with a wheelchair. Since there is stairs and the main hall is on the upper ground, it is difficult to access with a wheelchair.|
|Inside the facility||Wheelchair accessible restrooms available|
Located at the parking lot of the temple.
|Outside the facility||There are wheelchair accessible restrooms in Hase station.|
|Parking lot available|
There are coin-operated parking lots in the facility.
|Available language||Brochure: Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean|
Ticket vending machine: Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean
|Fee discounts||Free admission for a person with dasabilities.|
|Crowded days/seasons||Crowed on weekends, especially in hydrangea season.|
Walk from Hase Sta.The sidewalk from Hase Station is narrow. It is crowded on weekends, especially in hydrangea season.
|Time required||5 minute walk from Hase Station.|