Day 9, Kamakura and Yokohama

Day 9, Kamakura and Yokohama

Today we enjoyed the day with our friend Tomoko and her soon Seigo, it’s a pleasure to share ir on this travel blog. Tomoko drove us from Odawara to Kamakura. Kamakura is a city on the region of Kanagawa, 60 km to the south-est of Tokio.

Kamakura is famous for the temples and sanctuaries. Kotokuin temple is the most important. It’s inside a big Buddha of 13.41 meters. It’s also nice touristic spot because in Kamakura there is a big beach. If you’re planning to go to Kamakura beach you must take care if you are eating something on the beach. There are a lot of eagles, falcons and another kind of birds ready to fly and take your food. We recommend eating griddle octopus. There is a very famous place to eat it; it’ll be easy for you to find it because it’s always full of people on the line and people eating around.

It was amazing afternoon around with good company. But, it was the time to say goodbye and go to Yokohama to meet with another Japanese friends. We got to Shin-Yokomana; it’s a calm and chill neiborghood near Yokohama. Ryo, Kyoe and Sousuke.

They were so kind with us. They pick us up on the train station. Then we went almost directly to amazing restaurant. It’s called Rãmen Hakubutsukan, it’s an inside place. The feeling to be there is like to be in old Japan from the twenty’s and thirties. We recommend you to taste the delicious Rãmen soup and Chinese noddle’s.

 

Recommendations in Kamakura:

1- Visit the Kotokuin temple
2- Eat griddle octopus
3- Be careful with the birds if you are resting on the beach

Recommendations in Yokohama:

1- Visit the Rãmen Hakubutskan
2- Taste Rãmen soup and Chinese noddle’s

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We consider enthusiastic, dynamic and crazy to learn what we like. Few days after of we met each other we made our first trip together. After this trip we couldn’t stop travelling. Travel is our lives and picturing what we see our hobby.

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