Hotel Kamakura Mori

Address: 1-5-21 Ko-machi, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kanto, 248-0006, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1-5-21 Ko-machi, Kamakura, is near Kotoku-in Temple Daibutsu, Daibutsu (Great Buddha of Kamakura), Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, and Zeniarai Benten Shrine.
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      Day#4 in Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by anankuma145 on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... destination.

      Boarded the ENODEN train to get off at the 3rd stop i.e Hase. This is a cute little train which runs on a single track. Had lot of school kids using this train. Once you get off in Hase, follow the crowd as most of them walk towards the buddha statue. Once you disembark, walk in the direction of the train until you reach the railway gate. Take a right at the gate and walk around 15-20min to reach the statue.

      The statue is magnificent and is a ...

      Finally, something in Japan bigger than Andy!

      A travel blog entry by andynbaza on May 08, 2014

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      ... Kamakura is a very 'touristy' town and it was full of people, mainly school groups, all heading for the Daibutsu, which is situated a mile or so from the station. We had a map but it was just as easy to follow the crowd and find the Kotoku-in Temple where resides the said statue.

      The statue is very impressive and well worth the journey to see. Built in 1252, it was originally housed in a great hall which was destroyed by a great storm and ...

      Our separate ways

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Sep 30, 2013

      9 photos

      ... and it is on your left. She sold us some of her delicious scones and the best coffee we have had in Japan and then gave us some maps and took the time to tell us what we should see and how we should see it (walking mainly). The shrine in the grotto is a very special place. You enter through a cave and there is a waterfall and a shrine where you can wash your coins to be sure of good fortune. We duly washed a coin each and we also purchased Omikuji a ...

      Traveling To Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by sarahmalnyk on Aug 11, 2013

      3 photos

      ... American from Oklahoma. Lane really liked the Horn because most of the people drinking there were English speaking people. We met a guy from California, a guy from England and a guy from Texas. The neat thing about this bar is that the beer is served in either a hand blowen beer horn or an actual cow horn, depending on the size of beer you order. We had a great time there and then headed back to our ...

      Area Orientation (Not-So) Brief

      A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 28, 2013

      7 photos

      ... meth binge. I am so thankful that Joe had "train" experience when he lived in Korea because there is no way I would have figured this out. We managed to make it to Kamakura with the rest of our group.

      In Kamakura, we ate lunch at a Korean Barbeque place. There was a little round grill in the center of the table and the waiter brought out plates of thinly sliced raw beef and small chunks of chicken. We had a salad that ...