Kamakura used to be the political center of Japan when the first Shogun started to rule the country back in the late 12th century. Kamakura is only about 50km south of Tokyo, but is still steep in history and tradition. Visiting some of the main temples and shrines is the highlight of the area, whilst you can still enjoy walking through the main approach leading to the main shrine in Kamakura, lined by shops selling traditonal local handcrafts and foods.
Your hotel Āę Meet in the lobby and drive to your first destination Āę Arrive at Kamakura and visit Kotokuin temple Āę *Extra fee is required Āę Āę Āę Hase-dera temple Āę *Extra fee is required Āę Āę Āę Central Kamakura Āę Major points of interest Āę •Wakamiya-oji St. Āę •Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine Āę •Komachi-dori St. Āę Lunch en route Āę Time and venue are not fixed to give us more flexibility Āę Hokoku-ji temple Āę *Extra fee is required Āę Āę Your hotel
JPY55,000 per party (Up to 8 people. JPY60,000 on weekends and National holidays)
*What's included ?
Door-to-door transportation by a private van, all the travel expenses (Including gas, parking fees and highway toll), private guide in English and insurance
*Please note that the expenses of about JPY1,300 per person is requred for the admission fees
This is just a sample itinerary that covers some major points of interest in Kamakura. There are several nice hiking trails in the area so itinerary gets more suitable for those who like to add a bit of activities to make it more personal! If you want to book this tour or create your own itinerary, please don't hesitate to contact us!