The Kisan-an, a tea house restored in recent years, is open to visitors. From the veranda, you can enjoy the view on the zen garden while having a bowl of matcha.
Contents of the book
- History of the temple
-Five Zen Temple System
- How Kamakura got its name (and which role Jōmyō-ji played)
- The temple halls and treasures
-Different roof shapes in Japan
- The gardens
-Kisen-an no niwa
- Anika’s Impressions
- Recommendations around Jōmyō-ji
-Kamatari Inari Jinja
-Stone Oven Garden Terrace
-Ichijo Ekan Sanso
- How to get there
The eBook is delivered as PDF.
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Take the bus 鎌23 from the Kamakura main station. After 6 stops (about 8 min), get off at the bus stop Jōmyō-ji (浄明寺). From the bus stop, walk up the next street on the left side until reaching the gate of Jōmyō-ji.
9am – 4pm
EN: 8-31, Jomyoji 3-chome, Kamakura, Kanagawa 248-0003
JP: 〒248-0003 神奈川県鎌倉市浄明寺３丁目８−３１