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Kamakura & Enoshima

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KiwakoFukiko

Kiwako & Fukiko

Locals

01

Tea Ceremony in the Temple

Japanese-like experience in Hokokuji Temple. We had powdered green tea in the bamboo forest! The guests felt satisfied as they were relaxed in the space.

02

Can You Find The Tunnel of Red Torii?

Kamakura is called small Kyoto. You can go travel there within an hour from Tokyo. You can find many Red Torii (Shrine's gateway) here as well. However, it's not crowded, unlike in Kyoto!

03

Have Octopus Crackers in Enoshima

The quintessential food of Enoshima, Takosenbei (Octopus cracker). They mash a whole octopus using a machine to cook it. We crunched on and enjoyed it!

04

Walk to The Innermost Part of Enoshima

The trip ended up in Enoshima! We walked to the cave located on the opposite side of the land. It was like a mysterious land with fewer people and good for the final destination!

Timeline

11:00

Meet up at Kamakura St.

11:30

Visit Hokokuji Temple

12:00

Visit Zeniarai Benten and Sasuke Inari

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Taking photos at Kamakurakokomae as the pilgrimage of Slumdunk

15:00

Explore Enoshima

17:00

See you again

Number of people: 2 (family)
Total Cost:
JPY 5,000 + guide fee
Duration: 6.0hours

Trip Highlight

KiwakoFukikoBen-Ji

Cooold!, uttered with our trembling voice as we walked in the blizzard. Yet, we still had the time to take a lots of photos even if we're soaking wet. Despite the harsh weather, I felt relieved to see the guests enjoying their first snow. They are both siblings, the younger one is video creator while the older one is an anime fan. It was a blast to show them around some great photogenic areas and places known by anime fans as 'sacred'.

Ben-Ji

Ben-Ji

Guest