Komyo-ji is also a spacious, quiet, and nice temple, which is located in the Zaimokuza area. It is the place where going South down Komachi Ooji and turn to the left just before Route 134. Going the road in front of Komyo-ji, you can go to Zushi Marina via Wakae-jima.
There is a large two-story Sanmon. Usually, it is not opened to the public, but can be seen during Ojuya, from 12 to 15 October, every year.
Passing the Sanmon, there is a Hondo (main hall), which is one of the largest in Kamakura. Also, you can see the beautiful garden from the corridor that connects Hondo and Kaizan-do.
I visited Ojuya in 2012, and the page below describes it.