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Shrine

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu

鶴岡八幡宮

A Hachimangu Shinto shrine which is considered the guardian shrine of Kamakura warriors. The shrine’s origins date back to when Minamoto no Yoriyoshi prayed for protection before setting out for battle at the Iwashimizu Hachimangu in Kyoto, the patron shrine of the Minamoto clan; after successfully suppressing the Northern Fujiwara clan, he built a shrine dedicated to the god of the Kyoto shrine in Yuigahama in thanks. Later, when the Minamoto clan was again ascendant after a period of waning power, the shrine was moved to its current location in the Yukinoshita neighborhood and was rebuilt as a magnificent structure befitting the leaders of the Kamakura shogunate. Connected to the samurai Minamoto clan and the famous Minamoto no Yoritomo, the shrine is still popular today and is considered one of the three greatest Hachimangu shrines. One of the shrines most popular events is the yabusame horseback archery, which is conducted each year in the spring and fall by participants dressed in traditional Kamakura period hunting costumes.

LOCATION
Kanagawa Pref. Kamakurashi Yukinoshita 2-1-31
PHONE
0467220315
Hours
[Apr.-Sep.]5:00-21:00[Oct.-Mar.]6:00-21:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Not available
Parking Lot
Available
Updated at: April 30, 2020 Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN

Reviews

  • Reviewed
    2019-12-02
    お手洗いがあったのでとても助かりました

    日曜日の午後、鶴岡八幡宮にお参りした後にこちらを利用しました。お手洗いがあったのでとても助かりました。 more

    Date of visit:
    2019-07
  • Reviewed
    2019-08-10
    参拝の後に

    常に観光客の多い、鶴岡八幡宮、敷地も広いので、参拝の後にこちらの休憩所はとても助かります。結構広いので、ちょっと一息、休憩できますよ more

    Date of visit:
    2018-10
  • Reviewed
    2019-04-17
    参拝者用休憩所です

    鶴岡八幡宮参拝前後に休憩するにはとても便利な場所です。暖かい飲み物やお土産もあります。また入口の隣にトイレもあります more

    Date of visit:
    2019-04
  • Reviewed
    2019-01-24
    寒い時には温まることができトイレもあります

    1月に参拝したので 寒かったですが、トイレを求めて入ったところ、暖かいコーヒーもあるし軽食もありました。またお土産などもあり、知っておくと便利な場所です。 more

    Date of visit:
    2019-01
  • Reviewed
    2018-06-26
    持ち込み禁止

    参拝者用の休憩所ですが、水やお茶などのサービスはありません。持ち込みも禁止です。 カレーや炒飯、焼きそばなどの軽食やお菓子、ソフトクリームなど売ってます。 軽食はレトルトですが、ビーフカレー450円、炒飯400円、焼きそば350円と安く美味しいです。 more

    Date of visit:
    2018-06
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