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Kamakurakokomae Station

Kamakurakokomae Station

4.6/5295 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
Kamakurakokomae Station is situated on the Enoshima Electric Railway (Enoden), its platform facing the ocean and offering especially beautiful views at dusk. Given that the railway crossing outside the station is one of the famous scenes from the anime "Slam Dunk", it is a popular destination for tourists who gather here in large numbers hoping to witness the classic scene in the anime.
Kotokuin Great Buddha of Kamakura

Kotokuin Great Buddha of Kamakura

4.5/5206 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
8:00 to 17:30 (until 17:00 from October to March). Statue Interior: 8:00 to 16:30. (Local time)
The Great Buddha of Kamakura is a bronze statue of Amida Buddha, which stands on the grounds of Kotokuin Temple. The statue was cast in 1252 and originally located inside a large temple hall.
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine

4.6/5219 Reviews
Temple
5:00 to 21:00 (from 6:00 from October to March) ; Admission ends 30 minutes before closing; Open 24 hours from January 1 to 3. (Local time)
Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine is a shrine established in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. On the west side of Wakamiya-dori, which extends straight from Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine, is a north-south road, Komachi Street. From local specialty food stores such as natto and ham to craft shops in Kamakura and other places, from old-fashioned restaurants to foreign-style cafes.
Enoshima Electric Railway

Enoshima Electric Railway

4.8/559 Reviews
Other Sightseeing Tours
9:00-18:00 (Local time)
If you’re going to Enoshima, be sure to ride the Enoshima Electric Railway. The two-car local train travels along a 10-kilometer stretch of the ocean, departing from Kamakura Station and stopping at Hase, which houses the Great Buddha of Kamakura, the beaches of Inamuragasaki and Shichirigahama, Enoshima, and finally at Fujisawa.
Hasedera Temple

Hasedera Temple

4.6/5165 Reviews
Temple
8:00 to 17:30 (until 17:00 from October to February). Admission ends 30 minutes before closing. (Local time)
Hasegawa Temple is a Pure Land Buddhism Single Temple in Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. The Changgu Guanyin here is one of the main attractions for tourists coming here. It is famous for its statues of Buddha. Various statues can be seen everywhere in the temple. The Hakone-ji Temple is dedicated to the 11-faced Guanyin statue and is a wooden Buddha statue in Japan. The annual hydrangea blossoms during the rainy season are very beautiful and attract a large number of tourists.
Meigetsu-in

Meigetsu-in

4.7/559 Reviews
Temple
Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower

4.6/53,070 Reviews
Observation Deck
Monday-Sunday 9:00-23:00 (closed at 22:30) (Local time)
Tokyo Tower is a communications and observation tower located in the city's Minato ward. Frequently appearing in film and television, it is an icon on the Tokyo skyline. Two observation decks afford visitors the chance to snap breathtaking pictures, while the tower’s lower levels host a number of restaurants, shops, and museums. Completed in 1958, Tokyo Tower’s lattice design was closely inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. When lit up after dark, Tokyo Tower makes for an impressive background in any photo.
Kamakura High School  

Kamakura High School  

4.6/552 Reviews
School
Due to the protection of students, the campus has been closed. (Local time)
Kamakurakokomae Station is an small seaside station in mountainous residential area and its name comes from "Kamakura High School" near here. However, even here is not a sightseeing spot, not a few people visit the station everyday, not only countrywide of Japan but also worldwide. Because here is the place that appears on many TV dramas, movies, comics and animes as a location of the stories.
Kamakura Komachi

Kamakura Komachi

4.6/599 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Kamakura Komachi is a well-known commercial shopping street in Kamakura, which houses local specialty products and restaurants. There are not only authentic Japanese snacks, dishes, but also beautiful small ornaments and souvenirs. It is a commercial street where young people come to Kamakura in Japan. At Xiaomachitong Commercial Street, you can enjoy the friendly and distinctive service of the locals.
Kencho-ji Temple

Kencho-ji Temple

4.4/543 Reviews
Temple
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