Kamakura (鎌倉)

Kamakura is a coastal town in Kanagawa Prefecture, less than an hour south of Tokyo by train – ideal for a day trip. The most famous attraction is the Daibutsu: the Great Buddha in bronze 13.5m high, dating from 1252.
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The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can't be organised or regulated. It isn't true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth. ~Ram Dass {Photo: A small Buddhist statute at Hase-dera temple, Kamakura, Japan}

The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can't be organised or regulated. It isn't true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth. ~Ram Dass {Photo: A small Buddhist statute at Hase-dera temple, Kamakura, Japan}

Entrance gate of Japanese garden in Kamakura - Gates and fences in Japanese gardens: http://www.japanesegardens.jp/elements/000108.php

Entrance gate of Japanese garden in Kamakura - Gates and fences in Japanese gardens: http://www.japanesegardens.jp/elements/000108.php

Joujyuin Temple, Kamakura, Japan 鎌倉 成就院のアジサイ

Joujyuin Temple, Kamakura, Japan 鎌倉 成就院のアジサイ

Yabusame (mounted archery) Festival, Kamakura, Japan. A tradition dating back one thousand years.

Yabusame (mounted archery) Festival, Kamakura, Japan. A tradition dating back one thousand years.

Stairs to Hōkoku-ji Temple in Kamakura / Japan

Stairs to Hōkoku-ji Temple in Kamakura / Japan

Le grand Bouddha de Kamakura n'est pas directement relié à la gare de Kamakura. Il faut prendre un bus ou un train local longeant la mer pour la gare (Station Hase). Entre la gare et le Daibutsu, sur la gauche en montant au Daibutsu, se trouve le vaste temple Hase-dera, plutôt agréable (cloche, jardins, vue, grottes, trésors divers) avec une vue sur la baie.

Le grand Bouddha de Kamakura n'est pas directement relié à la gare de Kamakura. Il faut prendre un bus ou un train local longeant la mer pour la gare (Station Hase). Entre la gare et le Daibutsu, sur la gauche en montant au Daibutsu, se trouve le vaste temple Hase-dera, plutôt agréable (cloche, jardins, vue, grottes, trésors divers) avec une vue sur la baie.

Engaku-ji, Kamakura, Japan. Not to be confused with Enryaku-ji in Kyoto. Zuirokuzan Engaku Kōshō Zenji, or Engaku-ji, is one of the most important Zen Buddhist temple complexes in Japan and is ranked second among Kamakura's Five Mountains

Engaku-ji, Kamakura, Japan. Not to be confused with Enryaku-ji in Kyoto. Zuirokuzan Engaku Kōshō Zenji, or Engaku-ji, is one of the most important Zen Buddhist temple complexes in Japan and is ranked second among Kamakura's Five Mountains

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