See the hydrangeas of Meigetsu-in
Founded in 1160, the Meigetsu-in temple is particularly renowned for its garden, which is home to one of the celebrated Ten Wells of Kamakura. It’s often referred to as the Ajisaidera ("Hydrangea Temple"), with its grounds igniting with purple-blue hydrangeas during the rainy, summer months of June and July. If you visit in autumn, the garden transforms with golden colors and the temple has long been used as a place to rest and reflect. Meigetsu-in’s main hall also features a hidden inner garden that’s famed for its irises and only opens to the public for two weeks during the year.
Meigetsu-in Temple and Gardens
Founded in 1160 the Meigetsu-in temple is one of Kamakura’s most naturally stunning locations and a must visit stop of for anyone with a green thumb. ” …
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Only an hour away by train from Tokyo, Kamakura is one of ancient cities where the central government used to be located. Surrounded by the historical ” …