Samurai City Kamakura Daytrip from Tokyo Private tour

Great Buddha, traditional temples, local foods and beautiful seaside view!

Day trip to the ancient capital of Japan from Tokyo. It is a private Tokyo tour with a nationally licensed professional guide.

Location: Kamakura, Japan

Duration: 8 hours

Language: English, French, Spanish (please contact us for other languages)

Tour Price: 46000 JPY/group (1-6 adults)

Itinerary: hotel pick up, Great Budda, Hase Temple (Buddha, flowers, nice seaside view)
Fresh local Kamakura food for lunch, Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine or Hokokuji bamboo temple, Komachi shopping Street, end at the major station in Tokyo or your hotel

Where we visit:
We will visit most popular sights in Kamakura, an ancient capital of Japan.

Start at Tokyo, we take JR train about 1. 5 hrs and Eno-den, the local lovely train in Kamakura.

Great Buddha is the second largest Buddha in Japan and surprisingly it is located in open air!
Hase temple is famous for flowers especially hydrangea so you can enjoy various flowers in season. There are also many interesting Budda, Kannon, and gods of wealth so you can wish to be rich!

For lunch, we can eat typical local foods there. Kamakura is famous for seafood but If you do not like it, I can arrange other foods based on your request.

Then we visit Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine and enjoy shopping at Komachi street. If you would like to stay longer for shopping after the tour, you can. If you feel enough for Kamakura, we can come back to Tokyo together. Instead of Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, you can also choose Hokokuji bamboo temple.

What’s Included: Guiding fee, public transportation fee for a guide (subway and train)

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