Opulence in an Ancient Capital

Kamakura Prince Hotel

Opulence in an Ancient Capital

Kamakura Prince Hotel

Opulence in an Ancient Capital

Kamakura Prince Hotel

Opulence in an Ancient Capital

Kamakura Prince Hotel

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel,
we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections
in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel,
we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections
in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel,
we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections
in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Countermeasures to Prevent the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In order to provide a safer and cleaner environment for a comfortable stay at our hotel,
we at Prince Hotels have made a new hygiene and sanitization policy called “Prince Safety Commitment” and implemented it.
Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections
in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.

Opulence in an Ancient Capital

Kamakura Prince Hotel

Kamakura Prince Hotel is situated right next to the Shichirigahama coast, a part of the famous Shonan area on Sagami Bay. All 97 guest rooms overlook the sea. You can also see two of Japan’s most famous sights: Mt. Fuji, and the island of Enoshima.

Long ago, Kamakura was once the capital of Japan. The city has a number of shrines and temples, including the famous Kotokuin temple. Enjoy romantic beach views and tours of ancient Japanese history during your stay at Kamakura Prince Hotel. The hotel features French and Japanese restaurants, and there is also a banqueting hall that can accommodate parties with up to 1,000 guests. For golf lovers, we recommend the neighboring driving range.

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Kamakura Prince Hotel
Kamakura Prince Hotel
Kamakura Prince Hotel

Experiences

Shichirigahama Golf Driving Range
Experience

Shichirigahama Golf Driving Range

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Swimming pool
Experience

Swimming pool

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97 Ocean-Facing Rooms

Guest Rooms and Suites

All of the guest rooms have a view of Shichirigahama beach. Enjoy a relaxing visit to the Kamakura Prince Hotel, for a quiet and refreshing holiday enveloped in the smell of the sea, enjoying the natural and historic attractions of old Kamakura. The 3rd and 4th floor rooms look out to Enoshima and Mt. Fuji.

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Kamakura Prince Hotel
Kamakura Prince Hotel

Facilities

Please feel free to use as hotel facilities, or as facilities neighboring the hotel, as much as you like during your stay.

Where we are

Kamakura is one of Japan’s old capitals, standing alongside Kyoto and Nara, and it is rich with history and tradition.
Take a stroll through the town to feel a true sense of Japan, and discover a number of shrines and temples, atmospheric old homes and warehouses renovated into fashionable cafés and galleries, and more.
The area abounds with natural beauty, being a popular destination for viewing autumn leaves and seasonal flowers, and for going to the seaside at Yuigahama Beach.
Kamakura also has a number of local sweet treats and other delicacies to enjoy.

Nearby Attractions

Shichirigahama Coast

Shichirigahama Coast

The sandy beach spreading out for a total of 4km in front of the hotel is a famous mecca for surfing. You can feel wrapped in nature when the sea breezes blow in from the south. Access About 5 …
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Ancient Shogunal Seat of Kamakura

Ancient Shogunal Seat of Kamakura

While admiring temples and shrines filled with hydrangeas, or gazing at the sea surrounded by hills, the ancient Shogunal seat of Kamakura still retains architecture and townscapes from the good old …
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Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine

Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine

One street away from Kamakura Station, you will see, Wakamiya Oji, the approach leading to Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine.This elevated path from the second torii gate to the shrine is called dankazura …
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Kamakura-gu

Kamakura-gu

Prince Otonomiya Morinaga enshrined in Kamakura-gu was the third son born to Emperor Go-Daigo and played an active role in the movement led by the Emperor to defeat the Kamakura Shogunate.After …
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Koutoku-in Temple(The Kamakura Great Buddha)

Koutoku-in Temple(The Kamakura Great Buddha)

The Kamakura Great Buddha, a giant outdoor statue of a sitting Buddha, is the only statue of Buddha in Kamakura to be designated as a National Treasure. Casting of the statue is believed to have …
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Sasuke Inari Shrine

Sasuke Inari Shrine

Sasuke Inari Shrine is located in a part of Kamakura known as a kakurezato (hidden village) between Zeniarai Benten and the Kamakura Great Buddha.While in exile on Hirugakojima Island in Izu, …
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Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Shrine

Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Shrine

From the entrance in the rock face, pass through a tunnel into the other-worldly atmosphere of Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Shrine, also known as Zeniarai Benten.This is where the shogun, Minamoto no …
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Kuzuharaoka Shrine

Kuzuharaoka Shrine

At the end of the Kamakura Period (1185-1333), Hino Toshimoto, a central figure in Emperor Go-Daigo’s plot to overturn the Kamakura shogunate, was arrested twice by the shogunate for political …
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Kencho-ji Temple

Kencho-ji Temple

Number 1 of the Kamakura Gozan.Built on land once known as Jigokudani, or “hell valley,” that is believed to have been an execution ground for criminals, Kenchoji Temple is a Zen training …
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Engaku-ji Temple

Engaku-ji Temple

Number 2 of the Kamakura Gozan.Located just one minute’s walk from the station, Engakuji Temple boasts some of Kita-Kamakura’s most famous autumn scenery. The maple trees in front of the outer …
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Jufuku-ji Temple

Jufuku-ji Temple

Number 3 of the Kamakura Gozan.Jufukuji Temple is only open to the public during certain special periods at New Year and during the Golden Week period of public holidays in late April/early May.Even …
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Jochi-ji Temple

Jochi-ji Temple

Number 4 of the Kamakura Gozan.Jochi-ji Temple is ranked fourth among the Kamakura Gozan and is the trailhead of the Kuzuharagaoka-Daibutsu Hiking Course.When it was first founded, many monks came …
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Jomyo-ji Temple

Jomyo-ji Temple

Number 5 of the Kamakura Gozan.Ishigama Garden Terrace, is a restaurant and bakery housed in a Western-style building in the temple grounds that serves stone-baked bread and afternoon tea. There is …
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Hasedera Temple

Hasedera Temple

Also commonly known as “Hase Kannon” Hasedera enshrines as its principal object ofworship Japan’s largest wooden Buddhist saint statue in the form of Kanzeon Bosatsu (Height: 9.18 m).The temple …
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Meigetsu-in Temple

Meigetsu-in Temple

Meigetsu-in Temple is known not only in Kamakura, but also all over Japan as the “Temple of Hydrangeas”.In addition to the hydrangeas planted around the temple grounds, visitors can also …
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Tokei-ji Temple

Tokei-ji Temple

In feudal times, when women could not divorce their husbands, Tokeiji Temple became a refuge where women could enter to escape a bad marriage. For 600 years until the Meiji Restoration in the late …
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Hokoku-ji Temple

Hokoku-ji Temple

Kamakura has two locations that have been awarded three stars in the Michelin Green Guide – Tokeiji Temple and Hokokuji Temple, which is extremely famous for its bamboo garden.Visitors can take …
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Komyo-ji Temple

Komyo-ji Temple

Komyo-ji Temple is famous for the lotus plants found in the Kishu Garden, which have also been selected in the “Top 100 flower viewing spots of Kanagawa”. The temple, originally named Renge-ji …
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Myohon-ji Temple

Myohon-ji Temple

Myohon-ji Temple is the oldest of the Nichiren sect temples. This area was also the location of the residence of the family of Yoshikazu Hiki and is called “Hikigayatsu”.However, in 1203 the Hiki …
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Anyouin Temple

Anyouin Temple

Anyoin Temple was originally named Gionzan Choraku-ji Temple and was built in 1225 by Masako Hojo, also known as the “nun shogun” of the Kamakura Shogunate, to pray for the repose of her departed …
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Enoshima Aquarium

Enoshima Aquarium

With its views of Sagami Bay, Mt. Fuji and Enoshima,the Enoshima Aquarium is an Edutainment (Edutainment=Education + Entertainment) based aquarium.The aquarium is based on the concept of offering an …
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Enoshima

Enoshima

Enoshima, visible from Kamakura Prince Hotel, is known for the Enoshima Shrine, dedicated to Benzaiten, one of the seven Deities of good fortune.Crossing the Benzaiten Bridge from Enoshima Station, …
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