Kamakura Bamboo Forest (Hokoku-ji temple)

Hokoku-ji temple, also sometimes called Take-dera (Take = bamboo in Japanese) is famous for its beautiful bamboo grove. About two thousand bamboo trees grow on the premise of the temple. The strength of Hokoku-ji temple is undoubtedly its forest and gardens which inspire total peace of mind. An open-air Japanese tea-house is located in annex to the temple. Traditional Japanese Matcha tea can be enjoyed while peacefully looking at the forest.

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Country: Japan
Area : Kanto area
Prefecture : Kanagawa-ken
City : Kamakura-shi
District : Jōmyōji
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