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Enno-ji Temple


"Shrine of King Yama"

King Yama is the Buddhist god of the underworld, and at Enno-ji, you can get a glimpse of his enigmatically smiling face. The temple was built in 1250 and was relocated to its present location near Kencho-ji in 1703.
1543 Yamanouchi, Kamakura, Japan, 247-0062
Today: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Closed Now
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"Shrine of King Yama"
King Yama is the Buddhist god of the underworld, and at Enno-ji, you can get a glimpse of his enigmatically smiling face. The temple was built in 1250 and was relocated to its present location near Kencho-ji in 1703.
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