Hotel Kamakura Mori

1-5-21 Ko-machi, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kanto, 248-0006, Japan | Hotel
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Kamakura

Shake your Buddha

A travel blog entry by eihaslag on May 15, 2014

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This morning we met up and traveled to Kamakura, which is one of my favorite places so far. We spent a few hours visiting the local shops, including a TOTORO store!

I watched that movie so many times as a child it is unreal. So of course I had to make a purchase or two while I was there. My sister would have loved it.

I got the majority of my souvenirs and gifts for people on this trip. We came across another shrine or temple, I forget which one ...

Our separate ways

A travel blog entry by guykb on Sep 30, 2013

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Well, the girls were very motivated to go to Tokyo Disney and Jess and I were not, so they came up with a cunning plan. They could go to Disneyland while we went on the day trip to Kamakura that we had been planning. I have to say that we were a little bit reluctant to go with this plan, but Japan has such safe cities for travelling and Disneyland such a safe place to visit that I couldn't really see a problem with it in the end. I mapped out the ...

Hiking by temples

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 04, 2013

3 comments, 17 photos

... to watch the show. There are 5 crosswalks, this is the second busiest train/subway stop in all of Tokyo and it's 6 o'clock on a Wednesday. You can only begin to imagine the pedestrian traffic coming through here. You can barely grasp the feeling from pictures, and you would be amazed to know that, even with all those people crossing the street at the same time, no one runs into each other. It's like a dance, it's almost that beautiful.
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Area Orientation (Not-So) Brief

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 28, 2013

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... one young Marine to come up so he could demonstrate the sport of Kendo, the oldest form of martial arts and is more commonly known as Samari fighting. (In the olden days they used swords, today they use bamboo sticks). He suited up the Marine in heavy gear to protect him, while this scrappy little man wore only gloves. The instructor, Mr. Nao, said, "Prease don't hit me. I am civiran." To win a fight, you must strike your opponent ...

A Farewell To Kamakura

A travel blog entry by paulhaydon on Jun 11, 2013

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... traffic on the main road was a lot less cluttered. A few cars and a couple of business people on their way to work. I loved the sense that these people got up at the crack of dawn to get to their jobs back in the closest big city. It shows how dedicated they are to their jobs.

After a short bus trip back to Kamakura Station. We stopped off for breakfast. Mark went with something healthy and ...