Exciting Kamakura – One Day Tour from Tokyo
Culture、History & Architecture、Local spot
Culture、History & Architecture、Nature
Kamakura is called “the Kyoto of Eastern Japan”, because it used to be the capital of Japan from 12th to 14th century, and the first government by the Shogun, a top of samurai warriors, was located here.
Kamakura offers numerous temples, shrines and other historical monuments. In this tour, we will visit three famous temples and one shrine.
The basic itinerary is as follows,
9:00 Meet at your Hotel and move to Kamakura by train.
10:30 Arrive at Hase station.
- The big Buddha in Kotokuin.
This temple was built in 13th century and this Buddha is the landmark of Kamakura. (Entrance fee:300 JPY except the guide)
- Hase-dera Temple.
This temple was built in 8th century and it has a nice Japanese garden, statues of Buddha, view of the Pacific Ocean and a unique cave shrine. In June and July, hydrangea is so beautiful. (Entrance fee:400 JPY except the guide)
- Hokoku-ji Temple.
This temple was built in 14th century and has a beautiful bamboo forest. This temple is something different from other temples in Kamakura ( Entrance fee : 300 JPN except the guide).
- Hachimangu Shrine.
This shrine was the official guardian shrine of the Kamakura shogunate and worshiped by warriors as deity of the military.
16:00 Move from Kamakura station to your hotel by train.
17:30 Good by at your hotel
Transportation cost and admission fee for the guide
Your transportation cost about 2680 JPY per person
Your admission fee about 1000JPY per person
|待ち合わせ場所||At your hotel in Tokyo|
|解散場所||At your hotel in Tokyo|
|価格||￥ 27000 グループ計（税別）|
|その他||We will use public transportation during this tour.|