Venture through Kamakura's historical shrines and temples with local guide and meet the Great Buddha!
Kamakura was the political center of medieval Japan, and now, the city is filled with endless traditional features and is surrounded by beautiful mountains, making it the perfect destination to escape from the hype and crowds of Tokyo.You'll get to hear the real voices of local guides, who will recommend where to go and will talk about the interesting, local lifestyle that you can't find in guide books!
10:00 am: Meet the guide at JR Kamakura station.
The tour kicks off with Japanese sweet tasting on the lively shopping street, Komachi-dori: After trying out a traditional Japanese snack on Komachi-dori, go on to explore Kamakura's history and unique culture along with your friendly local guide. Venture into Kamakura's beautiful temples and shrines before having a delicious super healthy lunch in Hasedera Temple. After this visit the Great Buddha of Kamakura, before finishing the tour off on Yuigahama Beach!
Stroll the historical shrines and temples in the nature of Kamakura: Gain insight into how to make the most out of visiting Japanese shrines and temples and enjoy a delicious and healthy lunch at the temple restaurant.
Great photo-snapping locations and meeting with the Great Buddha: Check out Hasedera Temple, with it's beautiful scenic views of the coastline and hidden little cave before going on to greet the Great Buddha! We'll take a lot of photos. I'm sure that they'll look great on your instagram!
14:30 pm: Tour ends. Please make your own way to your next destination.
- English speaking guide
- Lunch at the Hasedera Temple
- Admission fees of Hasedera Temple and the Great Buddha
- All ages can join this tour.
- Out of respect for other guests and to ensure the best tour for everyone, we must start the tour on time.
- You will not be able to join the tour, get refund or rescheduled if you are late for the tour and missed the group.
- This tour starts from Kamakura and you will need to make your own way to the Kamakura station.