KKR Kamakura Wakamiya

Address: 4-6-13 Yuigahama, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kanto, 248-0014 , Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 4-6-13 Yuigahama, Kamakura, is near Kotoku-in Temple Daibutsu, Daibutsu (Great Buddha of Kamakura), Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, and Zeniarai Benten Shrine.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamakura

    Clap Twice Loudly

    A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Jun 12, 2015

    8 photos

    ... and venturing out in Japan. Since Mike & I have no problem with this, we viewed the day as a date with free child care. A 20 minute train trip brought us to Kamakura, where the first Shogun established a capital in 1185. A tour guide brought us to the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine sharing elements of Shinto and Samaruai culture. She led us in the ritual of purifying ourselves before entering the shrine by cleansing our hands and mouth. At ...

    Kamakura, Japan

    A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Mar 27, 2015

    5 photos

    ... next to a sign that says—Water not safe to drink.
    The statue was cast in 1252 and originally located inside a large temple hall. However, the temple buildings were destroyed multiple times by typhoons and a tidal wave in the 14th and 15th centuries. So, since 1495, the Buddha has been standing in the open air and ...

    Day#4 in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by anankuma145 on Oct 02, 2014

    10 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Arigatou gozaimasu, tokyo!

    A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Jul 10, 2014

    52 photos

    ... over to the tokyo skytree next. tallest building in the world! i was really looking forward to going to the top, but the wait was nearly 2 hours. just browsed all the shops and picked up some postcards instead. no clothing shopping for me. there's no room in my bag. great tactic for saving money! last thought: all the women in this city are insane. i would never survive in their high heels. even the little girls run around in wedges!

    day four / ...

    Finally, something in Japan bigger than Andy!

    A travel blog entry by andynbaza on May 08, 2014

    33 photos

    ... 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 ...