Kamakura is a popular tourist city in Japan for Muslim travelers around the world. Kamakura is surrounded by an open sea and has lush mountains surrounding its three sides. “Minamotono Yoritomo” constructed this area at the end of the 12th Century ... More info ›
Kamakura is a popular tourist city in Japan for Muslim travelers around the world. Kamakura is surrounded by an open sea and has lush mountains surrounding its three sides. “Minamotono Yoritomo” constructed this area at the end of the 12th Century. This is known as the Kamakura Shogunate. There are many tourists around the many historic sites, temples, and shrines.
The tour will start from the Kamakura Station. From there, you will go to Jōmyō-ji by bus. Zen philosophy will be explored in the formal temple setting. You can enjoy a beautiful garden of dry landscape in a space of silence at Jōmyō-ji. Afterwards, immediately opposite the bamboo forest in the garden, you will view the beautiful temple of Jōmyō-ji.
Hokokuji is a popular tourist spot that is essential to tourism in Kamakura and has won three stars in the 2013 "Michelin Green Guide Japan" guidebook. At the Hokoku temple, you will enjoy some delicious green tea and view a beautiful, fantastic bamboo forest reminiscent of Arashiyama in Kyoto.
After the Hokoku temple visit, you will return to the Kamakura Station by bus and have lunch at the "Blacksmith" located along Komachi street that extends from the station to the Tsuruoka Hachiman Shrine. At the "blacksmith," you will have some delicious seafood bowls using halal soy sauce and tempura bowls that also are prepared using a halal sauce. There are also other menu items such as a grilled fish meal on the lunch menu. With confidence towards your faith, you can enjoy the Japanese cuisine.
After lunch, you will enjoy shopping on the Komachi street where there are souvenirs that make Kamakura unique. Then you will go to the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine. The Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine is known widely as the guardian deity of the warrior (samurai). At the shrine of Yukari Yoritomo, you will learn about the Kamakura shogunate during Japan's first samurai regime.
There is also a very impressive, festive display of traditional samurai known as "Yabusame (Horseback archery)." The area is said to be spiritually strong, and a large ginkgo tree that fell due to strong winds now has elongating shoots. This has gained popularity as a symbol of regeneration.
Under the guidance of your knowledgeable tour leader, enjoy your tour in the ancient capital of Kamakura.