Prices are set per person for a minimum of 2 people or per group size. There is a per person discount for each additional participant.
For Izakaya tours which takes you to Japanese bars are not suitable for Children 15 or under, please ask us about children’s paticipation.
Large groups are welcome. We aim to offer an intimate experience so the tour may be altered to fit your group. Please contact us for more information.
We happily welcome solo travelers. To offer the full experience to solo travelers, tour price may vary.
Meet you guide at Kita Kamakura station at the pre designated time. From Kita Kamakura station enjoy strolling down to the famous Komachi dori shopping and street food street. On the way stop by 3 famous temples. Enkakuji situated on forested hills and founded in 1282 and said to house a tooth of Buddha. Megetsu-in, a beautiful temple famous for its autumn leaves, hydrangeas (in June) and stunning rock garden. And Kenchoji, the mnost important Zen Buddhist temple in Kamakura with stunning hall and lovely garden. Then head to Komachi street lined with stalls and shops selling delicious Japanese treats and snacks. Here fill up on delicious street food before stopping by Tsurugaoka Hachimangū, Kamakura’s biggest Shinto Shrine. From there enjoy a refreshing and delicious cup of matcha green tea at Hokokuji, the bamboo temple, an oasis of peace and quiet. Finally pop on the ‘enoden’ train to Haze station and visit the stunning ‘Daibutsu’, the great Buddha of Kamakura.
In front of the ticket gates at Kita Kamakura station.
10am to 4pm.
Historic Kamakura, located less than an hour from central Tokyo, is a popular coastal city located in Kanagawa Prefecture. The city was the political center for over a century in the last 12th century. The city with its temples, shrines and other historic sites is often referred to as the Kyoto of the east. The city also has sandy beaches, the hilly surroundings offer great hiking and Komachi street is a great place to sample and array of tasty Japanese food, drinks and snacks.
Hi, I’m Simon, a British guy who has been living in Tokyo for the past 17 years. I am a friendly, easy going, cheerful, guy who loves both to travel and to share my city with others. I love to share life with old friends and new and giving people memorable experiences brings me great joy. Nothing fills me with more pleasure than a night on the town experiencing tasty food, enjoying unusual drinks and making new friends. My motto is “Eat, drink and be merry’ and I hope you join me for some fantastic adventures.
Experience the atmosphere of Tokyo’s old world Shitamachi
Shop and eat like a local on one of Tokyo’s oldest shopping streets.
Sample artisanal street food
Browse for unsual foodie sousvenirs
Full day trip
Experience the atmosphere of old Japan.