Jochiji Temple is a Buddhist temple, formally known as Kinpozan Jochiji, that belongs to the Engakuji school of the Rinzai sect of Buddhism. Jochiji Temple is ranked fourth in the F Read more [...]
Tokeiji Temple, formally known as Shokozan Tokeiji, is a Buddhist temple, that is the only surviving nunnery in Kamakura of the five that originally existed, that served as a refuge for women who had been mistreated by their husbands. Tokeiji Temple is sometimes also referred to as the 3Divorce Temple3.Tokeiji Temple was completed in 1285 to enshrine Hojo Tokimune, but his wife, Kakusan-ni, also opened the temple to women as a nunnery. It was not until 1902 that men were allowed to enter the temple.