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Hasedera Temple. Hasedera Temple is home to Japan’s largest wooden-statue of Kannon Bosatsu (Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) and popular amongst visitors for its beautiful outdoor garden.
Hokoku-ji Temple. A bamboo grove, moss and matcha tea. Spend a day of tranquility surrounded by vivid greenery.
Great Buddha(Kotoku-in). The Great Buddha: the best sightseeing spot in Kamakura
Kencho-ji Temple. Kencho-ji is Japan’s first Zen temple where you can serenely view the garden and experience meditation.
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu. Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is filled with nature and its tunnel of cherry blossoms is incredible
Engaku-ji Temple. A grand Zen temple that has retained its charm from the Kamakura Era. It must be seen for its National Treasures and fall foliage
Meigetsu-in Temple. Nicknamed the Hydrangea Temple. In June, 2500 hydrangeas bloom in profusion
Zeniarai Benten Shrine. A popular power spot in Kamakura. Increase your money by washing it!
Komachi-dori. Come across gourmet restaurants and shopping while walking along Komachi-dori. Drop in on some of these places while heading to Hachiman-gu Shrine.
Tokei-ji Temple. A temple built in feudal times by a woman for women.
Sasuke-Inari Shrine. A shrine that helps in boosting good fortune at work and career promotion
Kamakura Hiking Trails. One hour away from Tokyo, hiking at the ancient capital of Kamakura
Kamakura Beach. A beach with plenty of attractions that has been selected as one of the top 50 picturesque sceneries in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Enoshima. A small island, 4km in circumference, projecting from the shore as one of Japan’s 100 Best Sceneries.
Jufuku-ji Temple. Ranked third among Kamakura’s Five Mountains. The path leading up to the shrine is said to be the most beautiful of its kind
Zuisen-ji Temple. The rock garden is atypical for the Kamakura Era and is the sole example of its type surviving in Kamakura.
Jochi-ji Temple. An out-of-the-way spot for hydrangeas and the starting point for The Pilgrimage for the Seven Lucky Gods in Kamakura and Enoshima
Myohon-ji Temple. A temple which relates the tragedy involving prominent figures in the Kamakura Era through conflict
Ankokuron-ji Temple. A place where the intensity of Nichiren and the beauty of the temple splendidly blend into each other
Enoden (Enoshima Electric Railway). The popular local train line that runs along the coast connecting famous tourist areas