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A publication containing information on tourism and culture-related events, places, and activities of Kamakura City.
Publication offering information about tourist spots and events in Fujisawa City.
Enshrining three sister marine guardian deities, a divine favor of accomplishment in the performing arts.
The shrine’s great ginkgo tree said to be planted personally by Minamoto no Yoshiie is a Prefectural Natural Monument.
Designated a National Important Cultural Property.
Oyama-dera Temple is one of the three main Fudos (center of spiritual power) of Kanto. In November, the autumn leaves in front of the gate present a splendid sight.
One of “Japan’s Three Great Yakushi (Healing Buddha)” and housing nine Important National Cultural Properties. It’s undergoing a major restoration that will be completed by autumn 2016.
An assembly place of faithful parishioners among the brewers, it is also home to a local museum with numerous cultural properties.
Enshrining the same deities as the Ise Jingu Shrine, the Isehara Daijingu is responsible for giving the town its name.
The view from Shimosha (the sub Shrine) on the Oyama mountainside has been awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide.
A temple of the Soto sect of Buddhism, founded in 1394 and with a tradition related to Tengu mountain goblins.
Tourist information and event guide for the city of Ayase.
The shrine’s main building and the “married zelkovas” in its grounds have been designated Important Cultural Properties of the town.
Referred to as “Ichinomiya” (top level shrine) of the old Sagami Province, this shrine has a history going back over 1,500 years.
The great statue of seated Dainichi Nyorai Buddha and the Ojinzuka Kofun (megalithic tomb) have been designated Important Cultural Properties of the town.
Enshrining all the deities of the old Sagami Province, this shrine’s annual festival on May 5 called “Kounomachi” has been designated an Intangible Folk Cultural Property of the prefecture.
An old, historical shrine, the “Ninomiya” (second most important shrine) of the old Sagami Province.
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