Make Summer-Inspired Pottery in Kamakura
How about making your own ceramic dish as a special souvenir of your visit to Kamakura? The cool blue and white glazes are perfect complements to the summer season, and beginners are welcome!
One-Day Windsurfing Lesson in Kamakura
Spend the day in Kamakura enjoying an epic windsurfing adventure!
The Ultimate Itinerary in Kamakura
Here’s how you can have the best of everything in just one day in Kamakura!
Hase-dera, the Flower Temple
Hase-dera is home to Japan’s largest wooden statue of Kannon Bosatsu (Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) and popular among visitors for its beautiful outdoor garden.
6 Best Buy Natural Products from Japan Towns
If 'au naturel' is what you prefer, this list offers hot tips on cool things to buy from select Japanese towns. Take a break from the 'kawaii' cute goods and go for some of these natural specialties.
Explore with the Enoshima-Kamakura Freepass
For a relaxing day trip away from Tokyo, head on down to Kamakura and Enoshima. And make sure to grab this train pass to save some serious cash.
The Coexistence of Old & New
One unique aspect of Japan is to respect traditional culture and let it grow alongside new customs in today’s society. And Kamakura is a great place to see both.
5 First-Time Family Trips in 5 Prefectures
Tokyo is not the only best thing about Japan. Japan has 47 prefectures, each possessing a unique charm of its own. For families exploring outside of Tokyo for the first time, here are some tips for trips to take in five different prefectures.
The Great Buddha at Kamakura
This statue has seen a lot from where it sits.
4 Ways to J-Rock the Temple (Or Shrine)
It seems every Japanese hard-rock band trying to get traction abroad is reaching to shrine and temple iconography to establish their Japanese cred—and it's working!
Kamakura Autumn Colors Report
In our quest to take as many autumn color pictures as possible, we ventured out to Kamakura using the Kamakura Free Pass.
Kamakura's Komachi Street Top 10 Food Guide
You always need food to fuel your day-trip, don't you? From the sweet to the savory, here’s Kamakura's Komachi Street Top 10 food guide—it will keep you fully satisfied all day!
Legendary Art Director Turns a Bank into a Bar
Shuttered in 1945, the Kamakura Bank's legacy lived on as the building miraculously survived the war, as well Japan’s penchant for scrapping and building. And now, it's serving up drinks along with history.
Take a Hike in Kamakura
Only one hour away from Tokyo, why not try hiking the trails at the ancient capital of Kamakura.
Find Treasure at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine
Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu is filled with nature on the outside, with its tunnel of simply incredible cherry blossoms. But, there are also several important treasures within!
Our 5 Favorite Tours in Kamakura
Not sure what to do and where to go in Kamakura? Let us give you some options for an unforgettable tour with a qualified guide.
Increase Your Money By Washing It
Zeniarai Benten Shrine is a popular power spot in Kamakura for washing money. But... why?
Get to Know the Hotspots of Kamakura Beach
A beach with plenty of attractions, Kamakura Beach was selected as one of the top 50 picturesque sceneries in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Feel the Flower Power at Meigetsu-in Temple
Nicknamed the hydrangea temple, 2,500 hydrangeas bloom every June in profusion at this Michelin-starred Kamakura temple.
Battle of the Big Buddhas
Kamakura defends itself against rival Nara in the Battle of the Big Buddhas!