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From Tokyo: Kamakura Private Customize Tour by Luxury Car

1. From Tokyo: Kamakura Private Customize Tour by Luxury Car

Most recognizable landmark is the Kotoku-in Temple’s Great Buddha, a roughly 13m-high bronze statue still standing after a 15th-century tsunami. Yokohama city contains a large Chinatown with hundreds of Chinese restaurants and shops. Also known for Sankei-en Garden, a botanical park containing preserved Japanese residences from different eras, and the seaside Minato Mirai district, site of the 296m Landmark Tower. Tour duration is approx 10 hours including commuting time. A group of more than 5 people can be facilitated at an additional cost. Experience Kamakura’s nature and history with a local host on this all-day excursion. After a complimentary train trip from Tokyo, enjoy a custom-crafted itinerary in this one-time capital of medieval Japan. Explore beautiful Shinto shrines in the forest, marvel at brilliant cherry blossoms, and admire the “Great Buddha,” a massive, nearly 800-year-old bronze sculpture of Amida Buddha.

Kamakura: Cycle Through Centuries

2. Kamakura: Cycle Through Centuries

Embark on a journey back in time with "Kamakura: Cycle Through Centuries," where history, nature, and tranquility blend seamlessly beneath your wheels. Pedal through the ancient streets of Kamakura, visiting iconic temples, serene shrines, and breathtaking seaside views. Midway, indulge in a moment of quiet reflection with a tea time at the enchanting Bamboo Temple, an oasis of peace. Experience the essence of Japan's rich past and vibrant culture, all while enjoying an invigorating ride through this historic city.

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What people are saying about Jufuku-ji Temple

It was an excellent introduction into what is available in Kamakura and I would go on to say, that Kamakura is best seen on bicycle. The guide had a great local knowledge and an excellent sense of humour!