Yokohama and Kamakura are popular tourist destinations for one day tour from Tokyo.
Each city can be reached within 40 minutes by a train from the other one.
This tour takes you to the two cities which have quite different characters, catering to eager travelers who want to see and experience the things as much as possible.
|Depart From||Tokyo, Yokohama, Kamakura|
|Meeting Point||Wherever in Tokyo, Yokohama and Kamakura, including your hotel|
|Ending Point||Wherever in Tokyo, Yokohama and Kamakura within the duration of this tour, including your hotel|
|Departure||09:00 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 4|
In this tour, we visit two cities, Yokohama and Kamakura, both are historic cities, having played an important role in Japanese history.
Kamakura was the seat of the first samurai government found in the late 12th century.
Yokohama has flourished as an international port city since the late 19th century.
Therefore, you can see the quite different aspects in those two cities.
This tour presents a model itinerary to you. However, I can arrange it according to your requests. If you have any requests, please let me know in advance.
Please feel free to ask if you have any questions.
A model itinerary:
Meet at your hotel in Tokyo and move to Yokohama by a train.
Arrive at Sakuragicho Station and visit the Yokohama Landmark Tower.
Enjoy viewing 360-degree scenery from the Sky Garden observatory.
Walk in promenades through malls such as Queen’s Square, Yokohama World Porters, and Marine & Walk Yokohama in Minato Mirai 21 area.
Visit Akarenga - Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse and Zo-no-hana Park.
Taking a short break at Zo-no-hana Park might be a good idea.
Move to Yokohama Chinatown through Kannai area and Yamashita-koen park while viewing historical buildings such as Towers of Jack, Queen, and King.
Arrive at Yokohama Chinatown and drop by various shops, Kantei-byo and Mazu temples.
Take lunch at a recommended restaurant.
Move to Kamakura by a train from Ishikawacho station nearby the Chinatown.
At Kamakura station, we change trains to Enoden railway to get to Kotokuin Temple.
Visit Kotokuin Temple where we can meet Daibutsu, or the Great Buddha statue.
Visit Hasedera Temple, situating a huge statue of Kannon, numerous statues of Jizo, and a beautiful Japanese-style garden.
You can enjoy viewing spectacular scenery from a rise in the grounds.
Move to Kamakura Station by Enoden railway.
Arrive at Kamakura Station and walk in Wakamiya-oji Street, dropping by some shops including a Kamakurabori shop, traditional wooden craft.
Visit Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, one of the most famous shrines in Japan.
We stroll in the specious grounds of Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine.
Visit Komachi-dori Street and adjacent alleys lined with various shops.
Arrive at Kamakura Station and the tour ends
|Extra hour.||33.75 USD|
|Extra person.||28.35 USD|
Aki was very enthusiastic and informative.
We asked to be taken around the fish market and Aki did a great job guiding us through the myriad of market stalls in the outer market, pointing things out and answering our questions. We then stopped for a sushi breakfast which was excellent, we were sat right at the chefs counter so could watch them at work. We then explored the Inner market. Next stop was the Imperial palace gardens, unfortunately we weren't able to enter as they have set visiting times that didn't fit with our schedule. Aki provided a good verbal explanation and additional photographic information using his notebook. We were very happy with the tour. Aki also has great English language skills.
Aki was so great - very well informed, interesting. SO friendly. Would highly recommend taking a tour with him!
As first-time visitors to Japan, we were very fortunate to choose Aki as our guide. We wanted to see Tsukiji fish market and Hamrikyu Garden on the first day of our trip, and thought a private tour with a guide would also help to orientate ourselves in Tokyo. From the moment Aki met us at our hotel, his friendly helpful manner and excellent English put us at ease as he helped us navigate the crowded train system and streets during our tour. Aki was very knowledgeable, well educated, thoughtful and had a a good sense of humour. He also provided information about places and processes that we intended to visit or use. He was excellent and we thoroughly recommend him for any tour he offers. Thank you Aki!
Aki took us customised to specific sites and had timelines exactly adjusted so we could witness a ritual in a budhist temple. We enjoyed Tokyo so much, many thanks Aki!
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We'll go around Hakone, using various means of transportation to explore the mountainous area, dropping in at must-see spots.
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Kamakura is a popular tourist destination about an hour train ride away from Tokyo, having various historical sites such as temples and shrines. It also has natural beauty, surrounded by mountains and sea, and also many attractive small shops and restaurants.
We walk around the city, dropping in at popular spots, hidden sites, and neat shops on the main and back streets - like locals do.
Kamakura is a popular tourist destination about an hour train ride away from Tokyo, having various historical sites such as temples and shrines. It also has natural beauty, surrounded by mountains and sea, and also many attractive small shops and restaurants. We walk around the city, dropping in at popular spots, hidden sites, and neat shops on the main and back streets - like locals do.