Temple Bell (Kencho-ji Temple)

Kencho-ji Temple which was hit by repeated disasters. In the existing building, most are rebuilt and are a removed and rebuilt building. Among them, one of the precious mementos leaving a figure at the time of the foundation is the temple bell of the national treasure. Shigemitsu Mononobe considered to be a Kanto's best founder in 1255 (Kencho 7) casts it, and an inscription by Zenji Daigaku of the chief priest Kencho-ji Temple first generation is highlighted. It is the excellent bell which followed an ancient rite with a style of the Heian era in comparison with a temple bell of Enkaku-ji Temple with a style of the Kamakura era.

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It is a 15-minute walk from Kita-Kamakura Station
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