There are many temples in Kita-kamakura to be fun to walk in the precincts surrounded by rich nature. Meigetsu-in is one of these temples.
List of Five Star Rated Temples
Exiting Kamakura Station to the Route 21, and walking 10 minutes toward Kamakura, Jochi-ji is located near crossing the Route 21 towards Kencho-ji across Yokosuka Line.
Kencho-ji is located at the place to walk about 15 minutes from Kita-Kamakura Station toward Kamakura. From Kamakura Station, there is a bus.
You should get on a bus from Kamakura Station to go to Jomyo-ji, which located on the Kanazawa Kaido. You will be relaxed in the large precinct and rich nature.
Hokoku-ji is located opposite side of Jomyo-ji across the Kanazawa Kaido. It's famous for a bamboo forest.
Hase-dera is one of the most popular places for sightseeing in Kamakura as well as Kamakura Daibutsu. There is a large parking lot, which can be parked by buses. A lot of tourists visit here.
Komyo-ji is also spacious, quiet and nice temple, which is located in Zaimokuza area. It is the place where going South down Komachi Ooji and turn to the left at just before Route 134.
Kakuon-ji is located at 10 minutes walk from Kamakura-gu, where is between ridges. At the other side of the ridge, there is Kencho-ji. Kakuon-ji is in nature.