Meigetsu-in

Temples/Shrines

Meigetsu-in

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A path for wheelchair users is available to the Main Hall, but it is a narrow and steep slope and graveled from the middle. Meigetsu-in is one of the temples of the Kencho-ji Branch of the Rinzai Zen Sect. The temple is called hydrangea temple as it is well known for hydrangeas in the temple ground as well as Hasedera,

Wheelchair Accessibility
A path for wheelchair users is available to the Main Hall, but the path is narrow and steep slope, graveled from the middle. The gate of the path is beside the main entrance.
Restroom
Inside the facilityNo wheelchair accessible restrooms
One of the restrooms is spacious.
Outside the facility
Parking
No parking lot
Other Information
Available languageBrochure: Written both in Japanese and English
Fee discountsFree admission for a person with disabilities and an attendant by showing disability certificate.
Crowded days/seasonsHeavily crowded in a season of hydrangea.
Access
Walk from Kita-Kamakura Sta.
There is some gentle uphill, but almost flat.
Time required10 minutes on foot.

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