Kamakura Walking Food Tour

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Enjoy a two and a half hour walking food tour in Kamakura, one of the most ancient cities, also referred to as the Eastern Kyoto of Japan. Sample Kamamura’s local food and snacks at the many shops along Main street, enjoy a scrumptious traditional lunch and end the afternoon with dessert and tea in the shadow of Hachimangu Temple, the most blessed Shinto shrine in Kamakura!


  • Led by a local guide
  • Lunch included
  • Get inside tips from a local

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Meet your local guide at 10:30am outside the Kamakura station.

Start the tour by walking toward Danzakura, a long pathway between the Nino torii gate and the San'no torii gate. Listen as your guide explains how a torii gate is an important part of Japanese culture and the Shinto religion as it marks the entrance to a Shinto shrine and also the division between the physical and spiritual worlds.

Danzakura is a raised path lined with cherry trees and looks particularly splendid in the spring when everything begins to bloom. Along the path, there are many famous restaurants and food shops where you can make a stop. Your first stop is a local store that specializes in side dishes and pickles. Take advantage of the free samples offered in most stores.

After sampling some food, walk toward Sanno tori gate, the spiritual entrance to Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, the most important Shinto shrine in the city of Kamakura. The shrine is at the geographical and cultural center of the city of Kamakura.

Upon arrival, sit down for a meticulously arranged traditional Japanese lunch. Your guide further enlighten you on the rich tradition and history behind some of the most local Japanese cuisines as well as etiquette of eating them.

The next stop is Komachi Dori a street lined with over 250 restaurants, boutiques, fancy cafes, Japanese-style sweet cafes, and stores unique to the ancient city. Sample some local snacks in this very busy street. Finishthe tour with an Japanese dessert served with green tea in a beautiful, ancient Japanese garden house.

Your tour concludes back at Kamakura Station.

Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required.

Inclusions for Kamakura Walking Food Tour

  • Local food guide
  • Traditional Japanese lunch
  • Food samples from various locations
  • Tea and dessert at the Hachimangu Temple garden

Exclusions for Kamakura Walking Food Tour

  • Entrance fees
  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Hotelpickup/drop-off
  • Transportation to/from attractions

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Adult pricing applies to all travelers

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

A minimum of two people per booking is required

A moderate amount of walking is involved

Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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1 Traveler Reviews

  • As a culinary host food tour guide where I live I was intrigued to go on my first food tour that wasn't the one I lead! I would say that it is most definitely walking and food tour, not really a walking food tour that's really what I give where we're making lots of stops and doing mostly eating.

    However, I really enjoyed the great information that Ryo had for us about the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine we went to and he was happy to take pictures for us. When we went into the shopping district he was happy to point out snacks of the area, and shopped for some rice snacks for us based on our tastes and then also picked some of his favorites out for us that he thought we'd like. For lunch we got to pick whatever we wanted off the menu and he was helpful in understanding the menu and the significance of certain things. For dessert he gave us a few options and we chose the cute little cafe that didn't really look super traditionally Japanese but was serving up sakura, purple sweet potato, vanilla, and red bean ice cream flavors with mochi flanking it. Ryo has a great, youthful personality, happy to tell us about himself when we asked and wanted to know about us. We ended up teaching him a thing or two about why Americans all know Domo arigatou via the Styx. He was amazed!

    We had a great sunny warm day to add to the already good tour. Would recommend for people who want a good mix of historical tour and food.

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