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.
|* The bus stop is the same one used by Enoden Bus.|
* Please be aware that pick-up service from any location other than the one listed about is not available.
|* If you walk from Enoden (Enoshima Electric Railway) Shichirigahama Station along the seaside road, then in approximately 8 mins you will arrive at Shichirigahama Banquet Hall. |
Please enter the banquet hall and take the incline elevator to our hotel. (Incline elevator operating hours: 7:00A.M. – 10:00P.M. )