GPS art of a snail drawing on a hydrangea spot✨
This snail GPS art is drawn at Hase-ji Temple, one of the most famous hydrangea viewing spots in the Kanto region.
Hase-ji Temple, one of the most famous sightseeing spots in Kamakura, has a long history, which is said to have begun in 736 during the Nara period (710-794).
The temple grounds are called “Kamakura’s Western Paradise,” where flowers bloom throughout the four seasons, and in June, 2,500 hydrangeas of 40 varieties are in full bloom.
The intersection in front of Hase-dera Temple is the ” Stand Blossom Kamakura”, a café run by Toshiro Hirose, a member of the Japanese national rugby team. This café, which serves fermented sweets, is expected to become a new landmark of Kamakura. Please be sure to stop by as well!