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Kamakura is one of the most popular day trips from Tokyo as it can be reached in one hour and a half by train. If you go to Tokyo for a few days it can be a good alternative to escape from the city’s stress and to enjoy a much more relax atmosphere surrounded by several temples.

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I’ve been already three times there and, even recommending it as I do, depending on the season you can find huge crowds of people. Last time, I went during the Hydrangea season and there were too many people to really enjoying the place.

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Besides the temples themselves, Kamakura is worth a visit due to its gardens and statues which teleport you to the old Japan times.

Kamakura Kamakura

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As I said, on my last visit we went in the Hydrangea season, so we definitely had to pay a visit Meigetsu-in (aka The Temple of Hydrangeas) whose round window is kind of famous (not in vain we had to make a queue just to take a quick pic of it)

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Just before reaching the Kamakura downtown we saw a traditional Japanese wedding which was being celebrated in an open Shrine

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No visit to Kamakura is complete without visiting The Great Buddha (the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in Japan).

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We ended our day in Enoshima until the night, just on time to pick up the train back to Tokyo.

Enoshima Enoshima

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