Virtual Event: Traditional Adventures and Relaxation in Kamakura, Japan

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Venue: Kamakura Daibutsu When: Saturday - Jan 22nd 2022

Discover Japan as never before as we provide an experience of adventure and relaxation in one of Japan's most traditional areas, the ancient capital city of Kamakura. A coastal town that transpires history and tradition, Kamakura is beloved by tourists and locals alike!

Our guides will take us on a tour of roller coasters and rickshaws and show temples and observatories along the way. Traverse the streets in traditional kimono and ride the rickshaw with us through hidden streets and seaside parks.

View another side of Kanagawa from the comfort of your home. Attendees are welcome to participate in the tour through a live chat session with our guides to help answer questions along the way!

Virtual event:

Live and available from January 22nd, 1:00 PM

Tour Itinerary (Schedule subject to change)

  • 13:00 – Roller coaster + Introduction

  • 13:10 – Zeniarai Benzaiten Shrine

  • 13:20 – Kimono Rental Shop

  • 13:30 – Great Buddha and Ocean views

  • 13:40 – Enoden Train and Cafe Luonto

  • 13:50 – Closing / Question and Answer

Meet your guides

Luca De Pasquale

Luca was born to travel and has visited more than 50 countries and 40 prefectures around Japan. Living in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Luca has a deep love and respect for Japanese culture and language.

Anna Yoshida

Anna was born and brought up in Niigata prefecture and has lived in Australia and China before moving to Tokyo 3 years ago. She loves to travel around Japan and the world and has a deep love for Japanese culture especially Japanese festivals and sake.

About Kanagawa

Kanagawa Prefecture offers a collection of unique and authentic experiences, most within an hour from Tokyo, that will make your holiday to Japan truly memorable.

From the mountainous hot springs of Hakone to the Great Buddha of Kamakura, to the nightlife of Yokohama's Minato Mirai area – a day trip to Kanagawa promises something for everyone.


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Find out more about Kamakura Daibutsu.

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Justin Velgus 3 weeks ago
What an interesting mix of attractions. The website looks good too with plenty of ideas. Kanagawa I think also has a good position to host conventions in the future, so I am hoping there will be tours that are introduced for both individuals and groups.
Kim 3 weeks ago
One of my favorite places in Japan, I'm sure the tour will be great!