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Kamakura Station Area

Generally speaking, Kamakura is known as an old city built by samurai 760 years ago. But actually it is a nice combination of old and new. From Kamakura Station, it is just a few minutes to an enjoyable shopping street, Komachi-dori, only a 15-minute walk to a popular bathing spot, Yuigahama Beach, and within a 10-minute walk, there are some beautiful temples, such as Myohon-ji, Jufuku-ji, and Eisho-ji.

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!

INDEX

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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
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