The history of Tsurugaoka Hachimangu can be traced back to the relationship between Yoritomo Minamoto and Hachiman kami.
Traditional culture that has been passed down from the samurai era to the present.
The development of Kamakura over time based on the histories of the Shinto shrines in the area.
Many important historical sites remain in and around Tsurugaoka Hachimangu.
The shrine buildings and landmarks on the grounds of the temple, which remain barely changed, offer a sense of eternity.
This is a story of history, told through the many historical sites that remain outside the shrine grounds.
National treasures and important cultural properties that have been passed down within Tsurugaoka Hachimangu since the days of the samurai.
Natural scenery and seasonal festivals.
We conduct prayers for the fulfillment of your wishes.
These are rituals to celebrate and offer prayers of thanksgiving to people on various occasions in their lives, such as the Shichi-Go-San festival and Yakuyoke.
We pray for the fulfillment of your wishes and offer good luck charms.
The latest information about festivals, events, and news from the shrine.
Environmental, educational and cultural activities that we work on together with you.
Information on martial arts training, educational classes, religious organizations, and other groups and courses that anyone can participate in.
A guide to Tsurugaoka Hachimangu’s related facilities, including the Tsurugaoka kindergarten and Tsurugaoka Bunko.
Quarterly magazines and books that will help you better understand your faith and culture.
Seasonal festivals and natural scenery that can be seen at Tsurugaoka Hachimangu are introduced here.