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Joju-in, founded in 1219 by lord Hojo Yasutoki, is a temple in Kamakura known for its hydrangea blossoms and for bringing luck in matchmaking. The hydrangeas are in full bloom from mid-June to July.
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Idobata Coffee Stand
Located on the street leading to the Great Buddha of Kamakura (Daibutsu) from Hase Station on the Enoden Railway Line, this food truck and coffee shop specializ
Guesthouse Kamakura Rakuan
Guesthouse Kamakura Rakuan offers accommodation in Kamakura. Rooms come with a shared bathroom. Guesthouse Kamakura Rakuan features free WiFi . You will find
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Newly opened in July 2013 and within a 3-minute walk from Yuigahama Beach, Guest House Iza Kamakura offers simple dormitory-style rooms and private rooms with a
WeBase Hostel Kamakura
Located a 3-minute walk from Yuigahama Station and a 2-minute walk to Yuigahama Beach, WeBase Hostel Kamakura offers private and dormitory rooms, a communal lou
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