The Kamakura Museum of Literature displays valuable materials of the writers who are related to Kamakura City. The Weatern-style building and the garden are in good harmony. Roses bloom beautifully in May.
There are only stairs in the Museum. The movement from the first floor to the second floor requires lifting the wheelchair. The facility staff cooperates. It is recommended to contact the Museum in advance when you visit with a wheelchair.
|It is necessary to change to a wheelchair provided by the Museum. Since theree are stairs and steps, it is difficult to get to the garden with a cheelchair.|
|Inside the facility||Wheelchair accessible restrooms available|
Located inside and outside the museum.
|Outside the facility|
|No parking lot|
There is no parking lot, but the Museum prepares a space for a car by contacting in advance.
|Available language||Brochure: Japanese, English, Chinese|
|Fee discounts||Free admission for a person with dasabilities.|
Walk from Hase Sta.Yuigahama Station ia unmanned. The station staff support is available at Hase Station.
|Time required||10 minute walk from Hase Station or 7 minute walk from Yuigahama Station.|