To my surprise, this was my favorite spot in Kamakura and I spent more time here than at any other temple. I enjoyed the temple, but there was a lot more to see. The gardens are beautiful, as is the walk up the stairs through the hydrangeas. The carvings in the cave are also interesting. The grounds are very well marked. There is an English brochure on background information for this sight, which was unfortunately located near the exit- would have helpful to read this upon entering.
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