Kamakura-guu

Temples/Shrines

Kamakura-guu

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You need to take a bus to go to Kamakura-guu from Kamakura station because it is far from the station. After you get off the bus , you can enjoy mostly flat routes. There is a slope beside the steps in front of the main hall. Accessible to the Haiden(the building for prayers in front of the main hall).

Wheelchair Accessibility
There is a slope beside the steps in front of the main hall. Accessible to the Haiden(the building for prayers in front of the main hall). A paid visit course isn't available because of the steps of the entrance.
Restroom
Inside the facilityWheelchair accessible restrooms available
Enter from the Torii (a shrine gate) immediately turn right and you can see the restroom at the corner.
Outside the facility
Parking
Parking lot available
A parking lot only for visitors. They don't have the parking space only for wheelchair users. The coin-operated parking lots are available in the neighborhood.
Other Information
Available languageBrochure: Japanese, English.
Kamakura Tourist Map: Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean
Fee discountsFree admission for a person with disabilities and an attendant by showing disability certificate.
Crowded days/seasonsSaturday, Sunday, and Holiday are crowded.
Access
Bus from Kamakura Sta.
Take a bus(20) bound for Daitonomiya. Get off the bus at last Daitonomiya bus stop.
Time required10 minutes by bus.

Neighborhood facilities

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Temples/Shrines
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