The city of Kamakura is built around Tsurugaoka Hachimangu and its 1.8 km approach, Wakamiya Oji. Wakamiya Oji is the main street of the city that runs from the shrine down to Yuigahama Beach. It was built in 1182 during the Kamakura Period, when Kamakura was the capital of Japan. It was originally very sacred, with only a privileged few allowed to walk down it. These days, it’s a very busy street. Down this stretch of road, there are 3 gates or Torii. Ichi no Torii (First gate) is the farthest from the shrine. Ni no Torii (Second gate) is at the entrance of the dankazura, which runs the rest of the way to the shrine. The dankazura is lined on both sides by cherry trees. Finally is San no Torii (Third gate), which is at the main entrance of the shrine. For a full history, please read the Wikipedia entry.
In this map, the shrine is at the top, at the northern end of the main road in yellow. Wakamiya Oji continues southward all the way to the beach. The area in this map is shown in the above photos.