Kamakura and Enoshima
Visit the coastal town Kamakura,
Japan's former capital city.
Shinjuku VIP Lounge
Ueno JR Station Park Exit
10:10 (50 min)
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine
Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine is Kamakura's most important chrine. Then, go down Komachi Street, a popular shopping street where you can enjoy local seafood, snacs, and souvenirs.
12:00 (60 min)
Hase Temple is a home to the famous eleven-headed statue of Kannon the Goddess of Mercy, which is considered one of the biggest wooden statue in Japan.
Moving on from Hase Temple, go to one of the most iconic places in Kamakura, the Kotoku Temple with its huge bronze statue of Buddha.
13:00 (30 min)
Kotoku-in Temple and Great Buddha Statue
Have you heard of the manga and anime "Slam Dunk"?
Visit the exact same locations that appear in Slam Dunk includeing the Kamakura High School and the Shonan Shore to take pictures.
13:40 (110 min)
Enoshima, a small island located west of Kamakura. Access it by riding the Eno-den train, an iconic single track train. On clear days you can enjoy stunning views of Mt. Fuji.
Drop-off : Near Shinjuku Station
(*Even for customers who departed from Ueno)
・Departure ever Monday and Thursday.
English-speaking guide and transportation