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Half-Day Trip to Kamakura Including 3 Must-See Spots

Tour feature and details

Kamakura is a cozy seaside city with many historical temples, shrines and remains. The first feudal government in the Japanese history, Kamakura shogunate, was established here in the end of the 12th century.
In this half-day tour, we'll visit three must-see spots in Kamakura : Great Buddha in Kotokuin temple, Hase temple and Hokokuji temple.

Course(Visiting Spots)

(1) Great Buddha in Kotokuin Temple : Built in the mid-13th century, it's the second largest statue in Japan with 12 meters tall and 121 tons in weight.
(2) Hase Temple : The temple is located in just a few minutes’ walk from the great Buddha. It is famous for the large gilded statue of Kannon-Bosatsu and beautifully maintained garden with seasonal flowers.
(3) Hokokuji Temple : It's a Zen Buddhism temple and very popular with its beautiful bamboo grove. Zen Buddhism was introduced in Japan in 13 century and had flourished here in Kamakura.

Departure Time 9:00AM
Duration 5 hours
Number of People 1~5
Meeting Point At your hotel in Tokyo
Tour End At your hotel in Tokyo or Kamakura station, Kitakamakura station, if you stay in Kamakura after the tour.
What's Included 1. Guide fee
2. Hotel pick-up and drop-off
What's Excluded 1. Transportation fee for customers and guide(about 3000 yen per person)
2. Admissions for customers (700 yen per person)
Reservation Deadline 4 days before the tour
  • Toru
  • Language:English
  • Interpreter Guide Number:EN00904
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Tour Fee

  • US$177 per group

Cancellation Policy

8 or more days before tour date
No Cancellation Fee
2-7 days before tour date
20% Cancellation Fee
1 day before tour date
50% Cancellation Fee
On the tour date or If you do not send a cancellation contact
100% Cancellation Fee

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