Reiko-ji is located 15 minutes walk from Shichirigahama Station of Enoden. It is far from Ryuko-ji and Katase-Hakka-ji groups around Koshigoe Station, and temples around Kamakura Station. Reiko-ji was built near the pond where Nichiren prayed for rain.
Going left from Shichirigahama Station, there is the Yukiai river and Yukiai bridge. Yukiai bridge was named after the fact that a messenger who came from Ryunokuchi to inform the execution of Nichiren couldn’t be done due to a thunderstorm, and another messenger from Kamakura shogunate to inform the order to stop the execution met here. Route 134 also passes the bridge over the Yukiai river which it also called the Yukiai bridge.
Across the bridge and going left to cross the Enoden, walking a while, then there is Reiko-ji and the pond. It is hard to find the entrance to the Sanmon of Reiko-ji. I found the pond first and enter Reiko-ji from a small side gate that faced the pond.
Going up the stairs, you can find the statue of Nichiren Shonin and the stone pagoda which has characters of “日蓮大菩薩祈雨之旧跡也” (the place where Nichiren prayed for rain). This stone pagoda was found here, then the statue of Nichiren Shonin and Hondo was built here. It is the beginning of the Reiko-ji.