Haiku by Takahama Kyoshi and Tanka by Yosano Akiko Why not stroll Yuigahama and Hase with the works of these poets?
The Kamakura cityscape includes a number of buildings designed by artchitects who were active from the Meiji period to the present. How about enjoying a taste of what modern Kamakura has looked like at different points in its history?
Tour these museums reveal the tastes the artists and collectors who founded them to gain some fascinating insights.
Kita-Kamakura is home to many temples, including buildings that are National Treasures or Important Cultural Properties.These temples are also famous for their flowers and autumn foliage. They are great places to enjoy a combination of brilliant architecture and beautiful nature.
Kamakura is described in many literary works, from the classics to contemporary literature. This course introduces our literary heritage on a stroll from Kita-Kamakura to the Kamakura Station area.
There are museums near Kamakura Station, where you can experience traditional Kamakura and enjoy a taste of Kamakura’s traditional culture.