Engakuji

Temples/Shrines

Engakuji

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A path for wheelchair users is available to the Main Hall, although it is unable to go inside because of the steps at the entrance. The temple was built in the 13th century, it is the head temple of the Engakuji Branch of the Rinzai Zen Sect, and the second-ranked of the five great Zen temples of Kamakura.

Wheelchair Accessibility
A path for wheelchair users is available to the Main Hall, although it is unable to go inside because of the steps at the entrance.
Restroom
Inside the facilityWheelchair accessible restrooms available
Outside the facilityA wheelchair accessible public restroom is available in the coin-operated parking lot, near the railroad crossing.
Parking
No parking lot
Paid parking lot, and large car parking space are available in the neighborhood.
Other Information
Available languageBrochure: Japanese, English, French, Chinese and Korean
Fee discountsFree admission for a person with disabilities and an attendant by showing disability certificate
Free admission for the holder of ID card issued by Kamakura City for people over 65 years old
Crowded days/seasons
Access
Walk from Kita-Kamakura Sta.
The entrance of the temple is right in front of East exit of Kita-kamakura Station. It is convenient as there are no steps.
Time required1 minutes on foot.

Neighborhood facilities

Kita-kamakura Station
Train Station
Kita-kamakura Station
Meigetsu-in
Temples/Shrines
Meigetsu-in