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Kuzuharaoka Shrine, Kamakura

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Given the easy access from Tokyo via a number of public transport options, the vast majority of visitors to Kamakura choose to stay in the capital and head here for a day trip. If you feel there's too much to see in one day, then you'll be pleased to find a decent selection of accommodations in Kamakura itself. Down by the sea sit perhaps the most luxurious of the crop, with sea views high on the list of desires for those who stay here. Follow the river as it snakes inland past the train station, and you'll see a good number of more standard hotels, as well as particularly budget-friendly guesthouses.
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  • if you're walking on the trails around Kamakura this shrine is easily reachable from Genjiyama Park. It's a peaceful shirne, on the way to the Jochi-ji Temple (when walking on the trail). For an offer...  more »
  • You can reach this small shrine if you follow the trail to the park on top of the hill above Kamakura. It is quite interesting and if you want you can symbolically cast away your concerns by smashing ...  more »
  • It was just so pretty. In Japan they sell fortunes at various temples and if they're bad you leave them behind. The fortunes were in the shape of hearts so I decided to pick one up. They were totally ...  more »
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  • Nice walk in the woods of bamboo leading from Jōchi-ji Buddhist temple to that Kuzuharaoka-Shinto jinja. Short but exhausting for the sedentary. To avoid with slippers, sandals or flip flops
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