Especially, no one who visits Kamakura for the first time can resist strolling down Komachi-dori Street. Komachi Street is a long, narrow shopping street that leads from Kamakura Station to very near Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine. There is a red shrine gate at the start of the street, and many small but interesting shops here. On most days, tons of tourists jam this area of Kamakura. It really bustles!
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1 Myohon-ji Temple: Beautiful pink hues of flowering crabapple trees
2 Jufuku-ji Temple: Had a strong connection with Kamakura Shogunate
3 Eisho-ji Temple: Flowers and bamboo at 380-year old nunnery
4 Kaizo-ji Temple: Crabapple, Spiraea, and Karria flowers in springtime
5 Jokomyo-ji Temple: Flower temple in a quiet valley
6 Toshima-ya Confectionary shop: Dove Palace
7 Hato-koji Tearoom: Enjoy Japanese tea in a casual way
8 Sushi Shop “Kimi”: Eat delicious sushi at this elegant restaurant
9 “Shato” Washi Paper: A wonderful shop along Komachi-dori Street