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Kamakura is a traditional town built by Samurai worriers 800 years ago. Let's explore the historic beautiful town with a friendly local guide. I recommend this tour to those who want to see some of not so touristy areas. Though Kamakura is a very popular destination, you can get off the beaten path and enjoy hidden peaceful gems on this tour. In a Zen temple, you will see magnificent buildings, Buddha statues, and Japanese gardens. You will feel the traditional beauty and the meditation mind. The next site is a Shinto Shrine believed as a deity of wealth by locals. They say the magical water increase money to double or triple. Let's try it as same as locals. The third site is a local Shrine with many red Torii gates and fox dolls. It's a traditional beautiful red tunnel way. You can walk through them. Local people believe that this is the Shrine that brings success to one's life. You will learn the traditional beauty, religious background, and people's lifestyle deeper with this tour. Don’t worry! It’s not only educational, but also fun. I was born, grown-up near Kamakura, and live with my family. While we walk, we can talk about many things. About Japan, culture, family, sports, food, drink and anything! You will understand not only traditional but also modern Japan and people. It will make your travel much more interesting. Let's enjoy walking and talking with me.
Hi, I'm Masa. Let's explore hidden peaceful Kamakura with me. I like history and walking. I love Kamakura. I have the National Tour Guide Certificate. It requires knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history. I have many experiences of guiding tourists to historical sites. Though Kamakura is a popular and crowded town, we will walk a peaceful calm path. On the way, we will find hidden Kamakura gems, and I will explain the interesting backgrounds. I am a friendly local living with my family. While we walk the neighborhood, we can talk about not only the traditional one but also modern people's lifestyle and custom. Let's enjoy walking, exploring and talking with me! It's interesting, stimulating and fun. You will understand much more real Japan, and you can enjoy your trip much more.
Entrance fee for all temples and shrines are included.
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Kamakura is a city built in the 12th century by Samurai. We walk from JR Kita-Kamakura station to Kamakura station along the old path, people's residence and visit some temples and shrines. It's not a well-known route, but you will feel the real hidden Kamakura there. We will visit the following; The Engakuji temple, a local Buddhist site, the Genji-Yama park, the Zeniarai-Benten shrine, and the Sasuke Inari Shrine.
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W atrakcji może wziąć udział 6 gości. Muszą oni mieć ukończone 6 l. Rodzice mogą uczestniczyć z dziećmi, o ile mają one mniej niż dwa lata. This is a walking tour. While walking, we will enjoy sightseeing, talking, and taking pictures. Guests who are…
Notice: The typhoon in September gave damage to the Sasuke Inari. We can enjoy walking through the red Torii gates path which characterizes the shrine. However, the main building and the territory in the mountain is under the recovery construction work. Kid's rate: For age 6-12, I will refund ¥300.
The Hidden Kamakura Walk