A couple of miles south to Tokyo, this lovely little town is a gateway to the Pacific coast, with many and various surprises at hand.
When saying Kamakura, what first comes to mind is the great Buddha statue, but there are many other things to discover.
The city can indeed boast numerous temples and shrines, from the most grandiose to the smallest, discreetly hidden along a forest path. With a knowledgeable guide, it is possible to enjoy Kamakura’s essentials in one day.
The tour you booked is completely private. You will not share your guide with unknown people, for more comfort and privacy.
You guide is dedicated to you or your group (couple, friends, family, etc.) and will offer suggestions during the tour according to the time of the year, the weather and your pace.
Know Japan beyond clichés.
Discover cities under a new approach, closer to their reality; Explore places hidden to tourists, good and sometimes original picture spots; Save time thanks to the locals’ experience who know Japan like the back of their hand; Enjoy your visit without worrying about planning or how to get there.
Step out the usual stereotyped guided tour and explore narrow streets, hidden gems, find the good restaurants that only appear on Japanese maps... Visit a Japan that no Western travel guide can describe!
Touring in the most popular places of Tokyo or Kyoto with our guides is naturally also possible.
The round trip transportation time from Tokyo (about 1 hour each way) is included in the total length of the tour. The guide will use the transportation time to answer your questions, give insights on Japan, and especially on Kamakura.
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Allow about ¥2,000 to ¥3,000 (~$19 to ~$29) more for round-trip fare from Tokyo per person (free with the Japan Rail Pass).