Kamakura Sightseeing Vehicle Hire

Kamakura Sightseeing Vehicle Hire

During the Kamakura period which ran from the middle of the 12th century, some 400 years before the Edo period, Kamakura was made the capital of Japan ruled by the Shogun of that time.

The most visited tourist spot is The Great Buddha, sits at Kotokuin Temple, a 10 minute walk from the nearby Hase Station. You can hop on the popular Enoden local train which connects Hase Station and Kamakura Station.

Irrespective of where you are in Kamakura you will end up facing a hill as Kamakura is surrounded by mountains on three sides with the forth side being the ocean. Kamakura commands a beautiful view of the ocean, not just shrines and temples, with Inamuragasaki and Yuigahama Kaigan Beach often appearing in novels and songs.

Sample Itinerary

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Pick up at your hotel (downtown Tokyo) at around 08:30am and returning to Tokyo around 18:30pm (total time: 10 hours). Price starts from 40,000yen nett for a 9-seater minivan.

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Other recommended tours: Climbing Mt.Fuji | Fuji-Hakone | Mt.Fuji five lakes | Kamakura | NikkĊ |

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Kamakura Full-Day Walking Tour with Optional Rickshaw Ride from Tokyo

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Explore the countryside, temples and shrines outside Tokyo on a full-day walking tour through Kamakura. This fascinating, fully guided excursion takes you to Kamakura's famous Great Buddha and pretty Hase Kannon Temple. You?ll also have the option to take a one-hour rickshaw ride or train trip to visit the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine as well as shop for arts and crafts along Komachi Shopping Street.

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