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There are 32 lodging options in Kamakura, including a selection of apartments. While you're here, why not visit the temples and enjoy the beaches? Discover top sights in the region such as Hakkeijima Sea Paradise and Sankei-en Park.
How do you know if an apartment is the best choice for your stay? Apartments are great for families looking for the conveniences of home but also for couples looking for something with a more local feel.
Though weather is just one consideration, it can have an impact on your travel plans, especially when planning a longer stay. Since apartments often have stricter cancellation policies, it's good to understand these weather averages before you book your trip.
Kamakura is known for its beaches and temples. Family-friendly attractions include Tsurugaoka Hachimangu and Ankokuronji Temple, whereas Genjiyama Park and Yuigahama are a couple of great spots to enjoy the outdoors. In the larger area, you’ll find popular places like Hakkeijima Sea Paradise and Sankei-en Park.Kamakura is known also for its:
Fly into Tokyo (HND-Haneda), which is located 21.1 mi (34 km) from the city centre.
You can take advantage of metro transport at Shonan-Fukasawa Station, Shonan-Machiya Station and Fujimicho Station. If you'd like to explore more of the area, ride aboard a train from Kamakura Station, Kita-Kamakura Station or Kamakura Ofuna Station.