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Escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy deep nature

A 10-minute ride from Hase Station on the Enoshima Electric Railway takes you back in time to the Kamakura period.

Course Outline

Daibutsu Hiking Course: Cut-through Branch – 20 minutes – Hinomishita Exit – 20 minutes – Cut-through Branch – 5 minutes – Daibutsu Tunnel Entrance – 5 minutes – Kotokuin Temple Kamakura Daibutsu (Great Buddha)

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Even if you walk slowly, the round trip takes about 40 minutes.
The cut-through walls that loom on both sides of the building give us a glimpse of those days.
It is deeply moving to think that people used to pass through here.
Even though it is right next to a residential area, the natural surroundings make you feel like you have stepped back in time.

From the entrance of the Daibutsu Hiking Trail, the round trip takes about 40 minutes.

Entrance to hiking trails

It takes about 3 minutes to get there from the approach to the Great Buddha of Kamakura and Kotokuin Temple.

Daibutsu Cut-through

You can feel the comings and goings of people in the Kamakura period.

Daibutsu Cut Through A little further up the mountain from the explanation board, there is a group of yagura.

The restroom is located in the Kotokuin Temple of the Great Buddha of Kamakura.
Entrance fee is 300 yen.

Daibutsu Cut-through