Jōchi-ji

Temples/Shrines

Jōchi-ji

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A path for wheelchair users is available to the Main Hall by making a detour, but narrow and bumpy. Steps in front of the Main Hall prevent wheelchair users from going inside. The temple is the fourth-ranked of the five great Zen temples of Kamakura.

Wheelchair Accessibility
A path for wheelchair users is available to the Main Hall by making a detour, but narrow and bumpy. Steps in front of the Main Hall prevent wheelchair users from going inside.
Restroom
Inside the facilityWheelchair accessible restrooms available
A wheelchair accessible restroom is available at the parking lot of the temple.
Outside the facility
Parking
Parking lot available
A wheelchair accessible restroom is available at the parking lot of the temple.
Other Information
Available languageBrochure: Japanese, English
Fee discountsFree admission for a person with disabilities and an attendant by showing disability certificate.
Crowded days/seasonsNot crowded
Access
Walk from Kita-Kamakura Sta.
Although a bit far from Kita-kamakura Station, the route is flat with a little trafiic. Pedestrians feel safe to walk.
Time required8 minutes on foot.

Neighborhood facilities

Kencho-Ji
Temples/Shrines
Kencho-Ji
Yamanouchi Public Restrooms
Wheelchair accessible restrooms
Yamanouchi Public Restrooms