Benzaiten is well known among the local people from a long time ago and it became a shrine in the Meiji period. The water coming out from its cave is believed to be spiritual and people bring money and wash them with the water to draw good luck. It is far from Kamakura station and there is a steep slope to the entrance. It is convenient for wheelchair users to go by taxi. The precinct is basically flat and accessible for wheelchair users. It is also accessible for wheelchair users to the sightseeing highlight “Money washing chamber”.
|The precinct is basically flat with stone pavement and accessible for wheelchair users. It is also accessible for the sightseeing highlight "Money washing room."|
|Inside the facility||No wheelchair accessible restrooms|
Only a general toilet.
|Outside the facility||There is only a toilet near Kamakura Station.|
|No parking lot|
|Available language||Signboard: Japanese, English, Korean and Chinese|
Walk from Kamakura Sta.The route from Kamakura station is paved and not crowded so it is safe to walk. There are uphill and downhill slopes and a tunnel on the way. The last slope to the entrance is very steep and difficult for wheelchair users to go up.
|Time required||20 minutes walk from Kamakura station. 5 minutes by taxi.|