The Kamakura Shrine is a shrine offering sacrifices to the famous tragic hero Namu Zhengcheng at the end of Kamakura Age in Japan. The shrine is named after the place where Nanmu is dying in battle. It is also the seat of the shrine. There are Nanmu Zhengcheng Tomb and Nanmu Zhengcheng Martyrdom in the shrine. In addition, there are inscriptions of Huangmen Weichuan Guangyuan, Shuitou, inscribing the tomb of Nanzi, a loyal minister of Wuhu, and the praises of Zhu Shunshui, a survivor of the Ming Dynasty. Every year from May 24 to 26, Nan Gong Festival is very lively.