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Kamakura Hiking Trails, Kamakura

Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Scenic wooded paths take you through a number of picturesque temples and shrines at Kamakura Hiking Trails. Stretching between Sagami Bay and the surrounding hills, the trails serve as popular moderate trekking routes for those who want to enjoy nature and culture. Featuring three major routes, the trails offer shaded walks in the western, northern, and eastern hills, each packed with religious sites steeped in history, including a famous statue of Great Buddha. The starting point for the most frequently trodden path sits within walking distance of Kamakura Station, with a handful of convenience stores along the trails. Make Kamakura Hiking Trails a centerpiece of your Kamakura vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Kamakura itinerary planner.
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  • My curiosity was pecked by a map near the Daibutsu, and from there I walked north, climbed the path/staircase and I found myself immersed in a place that resembled the most famous Japanese animes. It'...  read more »
  • There are several types of courses are most common from Kita-Kamakura heaven garden-zuisen-ji Temple or temple pure in this course is. Walking is about 3 hours altogether. Kencho-ji Temple and paying the admission fee to Hanzo band around the first way and harvest moon Academy before climbing as there are 2 major. Joined on the hanzoubou. If it is here you will fine you open vistas, Oshima, Izu, Hakone, Fuji, Oyama is best. From hanzoubou the throng is there little buddy. If in the natural garden just before a steep climb over it there is a heaven garden. There is a little bit open and the rest. From the heavenly garden which is down zuisen-ji Temple also to a pure land Temple almost. Families may be just good.
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  • SADA's old songs in a "trailing Temple' ♬ tale of mountains to Kita-Kamakura was a phrase I I like that course through the tale of mountains from the back of the Buddha has several hiking trails connecting ridges of Kamakura yato and the Kita-Kamakura. There are a number of attractive courses such as lion dances popular Kamakura Alps from just behind the meigetsu also autumn footpath
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