Explore the countryside outside Tokyo on a guided day trip to Kamakura. You’ll see the Great Buddha of Kamakura, and tour ancient temples and shrines such as Kotoku-in, Hokoku-ji and Tsurugaoka Hachimangu. Enjoy green tea overlooking a rock garden and dine on a Japanese hotel lunch. You’ll learn about Japan’s long history before returning to Tokyo.
• 9.5 hours
Kamakura where ‘Kamakura shogunate’ is the first Japanese Samurai administration had started has a lot of historical temples, shrines, and other historic sites. In this tour, through a walking based on the hiking course from Kita-Kamakura to Hase-dera Temple, you can enjoy the rich nature and the profound history and culture at the same time.If you are interested in taking our tour, we shall be very happy to arrange a tour itinerary to meet your precise requirements.
• 5 hours
Kamakura is a delightful, historical city with Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. It takes less than one hour from Tokyo.In addition, Kamakura is known for its magnificent cherry blossoms. The beautiful cherry blossoms take over the whole city around April every year.
• 7 hours
Your guide will take you on a concise tour of Kamakura, a delightful, historical city with many important and famous Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. It takes about one hour from Tokyo to get to Kamakura. Once you arrive, you will visit three of the most impressive places in Kamakura: the Great Buddha, the Hase Temple and the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. You will also have the chance to eat a Japanese lunch as well.
• 5 hours
Kamakura is a popular tourist city in Japan for Muslim travelers around the world. Kamakura is surrounded by an open sea and has lush mountains surrounding its three sides. “Minamotono Yoritomo” constructed this area at the end of the 12th Century. This is known as the Kamakura Shogunate. There are many tourists around the many historic sites, temples, and shrines.
• 5 hours
Your guide will take you on a concise tour of Kamakura, a delightful, historical city with many important and famous Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. It will take about one hour from Tokyo to get to Kamakura. Once you arrive, you will visit three of the most impressive places in Kamakura: the Great Buddha, the Hase Temple and the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. You will also have the chance to eat a Japanese lunch as well.
• 5 hours
Enjoy a 2.5-hour hour walking food tour in the ancient city Kamakura, considered a former capital of of Japan. Sample Kamamura’s local food and snacks at the many shops along main street, enjoy a scrumptious traditional lunch, and end the afternoon with dessert and tea in the shadow of Hachimangu Temple, the most blessed Shinto shrine in Kamakura.
• 3 hours
”Washoku”, traditional Japanese cuisine, has been added to the UNESCO insensible cultural heritage list. Visit a local house to learn and enjoy cooking either traditional Japanese meal or Shojin cuisine (Japanese vegetarian meal) with a professional Japanese cook.
• 2.5 hours
Kamakura was Japan's first feudal capital from 12th century to 14th century. It is surrounded by 3 mountains and ocean and known for many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines. Come join this 6-hour walking tour to feel the spirit of samurai at its historic sites! You will visit Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, the biggest shrine in Kamakura area, and Komachi Dori, the most famous street with many interesting shops and delicious street food stands. Also visit Hase Temple, Kotokuin area, and see the big Buddha (also called "Daibutsu" in Japanese)! Your guide will make you are having a lot of fun while learning the history of Japan. Let's walk and talk together in Kamakura!
• 6 hours