Hotel Kamakura Mori

1-5-21 Ko-machi, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kanto, 248-0006, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kamakura

Our separate ways

A travel blog entry by guykb


... for the girls and for us and we travelled together to Tokyo station where we sent our babies off on their own in the largest city in the world. Jess was being very brave. They had their passports, their JR passes and enough money to see them through. We found our own train to the historic town of Kamakura and an hour later we arrived. Kamakura is the site of many temples and shrines and was Japan's first feudal capital! dating back to ...

Day Trip to Kamakura

A travel blog entry by davidandjackie


... Shrine, it was hot, and beautiful. It is Kamakura's most important shrine and was built in 1063. We wandered the grounds and I left a trail of sweat on the beautifully crafted floors. Here I learned that Japanese people don't sweat, who knew? There were all sorts of rituals that the people visiting the shrine would participate in. Burning candles, burning incense, washing your hands with holy water, hanging wishes on a rack, clapping hands twice in front ...

Area Orientation (Not-So) Brief

A travel blog entry by goingrogish


... wrist, throat, body or top of the head. That Marine got his butt whooped! I guess Marine's are better with big guns, not sticks.

I enrolled the kids in the Elem. AOB class that went on during our class on Wednesday. Their class was only 3 and a half hours long, but it was a nice break from the Day Care. They LOVED it! They learned a lot of the same things we did except they got to do a few crafts (origami!) and ...

It's better to travel well than to arrive - Buddha

A travel blog entry by tommo90


... McDonalds so I could sit and appreciate the artistry over an ice-cold McFlurry. Hmm, I think the heat may be getting to me.

After the Buddha, we wandered down the road in search of somewhere to eat. What we found instead was something much better.

It was the first of many, many Shinto-Buddhist shrines we saw on our trip, and it is certainly my favourite. It cost about 500 Yen (3-ish) to enter, which I would happily pay again. As soon ...

A Farewell To Kamakura

A travel blog entry by paulhaydon


... to McDonald's. Funny, I actually lost weight while in Japan. When I arrived at McDonald's, I was greeted by an elderly lady and man serving me. I was shocked to see elderly people working in Maccas. Being from Australia, it's a job known as your first job or late teens. I realized in Japan that everyone contributes to the workforce. No one seems to be shafted out at later stages in life. It's great ...

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This hotel, located on 1-5-21 Ko-machi, Kamakura, is near Daibutsu (Great Buddha of Kamakura), Kotoku-in Temple Daibutsu, Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, and Zeniarai Benten Shrine.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good