South of Tokyo lies the quiet little seaside city of Kamakura. Once the de facto capital of shogunate Japan, Kamakura to this day attracts visitors with Shinto shrines and zen temples. Make sure to check out Kamakura's remarkable sights, such as the Great Buddha (Daibutsu) at Kotokuin and the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. With easy access from Tokyo by bus or train, Kamakura makes a lovely day trip for all seasons. Check out more tours and activities below.
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  1. Discover historic Kamakura, where a Great Buddha statue stands. Hasedera Temple is a must-see too, before you head to Enoshima Island to see a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji in the distance.
    English Available
    Pick-up Provided
    Meal Provided

    USD114.75

    Daily
    9 - 11.5 hour(s) (morning)
  2. This special two day pass reserved for international visitors allows you unlimited rides on Keikyu train and bus lines, a tuna cuisine meal and leisure facilities. You can even visit Kamakura!

    USD50.49

    Daily
  3. Practice with a group of meditators and a monk in an 800-year-old temple in Kamakura, before a special vegetarian meal at a Michelin-starred restaurant, all with an English speaking guide.
    English Available

    USD247.86

    18%
    OFF
    Sat
    7.5 hour(s) (afternoon)

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