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Full-Day Kamakura Tour from Tokyo Viewing a Variety of Flowers at Hase Temple
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Full-Day Kamakura Tour from Tokyo Viewing a Variety of Flowers at Hase Temple

If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo, this private tour ticks all the boxes for relaxation and serenity. Travel to the historic city where you will visit the Great Buddha and Tsurugaoka-hachimangu Shrine, and admire the Japanese garden of Hase Temple.
$305.35 per adult
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jovanpuyo wrote a review Dec 2019
Quezon City, Philippines215 contributions133 helpful votes
I love this place! There are a lot of restaurants to choose from and a number of shops to buy last minute gifts for friends at home.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Johannes V wrote a review Sep 2019
Vancouver, Canada27 contributions3 helpful votes
This appears to be a copy of the design at Nagoya Chubu airport, which had a similar design between 2002 and 2015. There is even a quite long bridge in the Edo period style. There are a lot of different restaurants and some souvenir shops here as well. The design makes you forget that you are actually at an airport.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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jovanpuyo wrote a review Apr 2019
Quezon City, Philippines215 contributions133 helpful votes
Great selection at the shops and the food at the restaurants are top notch. I wouldn't mind going back here.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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TKNamba wrote a review Dec 2018
Greensboro, North Carolina41 contributions20 helpful votes
It is located at Haneda Airport International Terminal. There are restaurants and shops attracting travelers with traditional Japanese foods and supervenes. When I was there last week, I looked for a place to eat something before I leave for US. However, unfortunately, I think all restaurants are over priced, not worth for spend for the last meal in Japan. So, if you are leaving from Handea Airport, I encourage you to have dinner before you come to the airport. If you have to look for something reasonably priced in the terminal, you may be able to find some outside of Edo Koji. From the check-in area, go toward to Counter L. You will find the escalator next to the security check-point entrance and go 1 floor up. There are some restaurants. Another option would be found by turning to the opposite direction to the check-in area when you arrive the terminal. You will find Seven-Eleven convenience store. If you continue to go down the hall way, there is the restaurant at the hall way. It is the restaurant very budget friendly. It is like a cafeteria for Japanese employee working at the airport.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Kristy C wrote a review Jan 2018
Kellyville, Australia259 contributions17 helpful votes
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Just like a nice little piece of desert that make your whole meal complete. The shops and restaurants here are very high end, which you’ll have your last supper here before you take off and get some very nice souvenirs to bring home with. Make your whole trip complete!
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Date of experience: January 2018
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