Nichiren wrote “Rissho-ankoku-ron”, then the Kamakura shogunate took him to Ryu-no-kuchi to execute. The execution was stopped. It is called “Ryu-no-kuchi Honan”. Ryuko-ji was built at the place where was the place of execution.
Ryuko-ji is located near Enoshima Station of Enoden. Going through the Niou-mon, then up the stairs, entering through Sanmon, it is a large temple inside. You can see a large Hon-do (main hall). Hearing the sound of a bell, I wonder why it is possible for visitors to ring the bell on the bell tower’s right side.
There is a five-story pagoda (Goju no Tou) in the back right of the main hall. The wooden five-story pagoda is the only one in Kanagawa.
There is a hall dedicated to the Sichimen Daimyojin at the back left of the main hall. I have often seen the shrine in the temple.
Climbing further, at the top of the mountain, there is a stupa, which is white and the top of the tower is shining gold. From the tower, You can see a beautiful sea of Enoshima.