Kamakura Kaihin Koen Inamuragasaki

Kamakura Kaihin Koen Inamuragasaki

Kamakura Kaihin Koen Inamuragasaki
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nazrul
Kuching, Malaysia688 contributions
Jun 2023 • Solo
Lovely seaside near to the train stop. Walkway is long for an evening stroll. Mt Fuji is standing handsomely from this view if the weather is good.
Written June 2, 2023
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bcheong
Shanghai, China26,654 contributions
Jan 2023 • Couples
Lovely seaside area of kamakura, and we came here for some onsen. The winter seabreeze was refreshing and the onsen rejuvenating
Written January 18, 2023
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Andrew K
Zushi, Japan211 contributions
Sep 2019
Situated at one end of Kamakura Beach this elevated park affords great views over Kamakura bay towards Enoshima Island and on a good day Mt. Fuji
Written September 13, 2019
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Artbar Tokyo
Kamakura, Japan88 contributions
Jun 2016 • Family
Inamuragasaki Kaihin Koen is a small park on the beachside nearest Inamuragasaki Station. It has a slight grassy slope, with a stair case to a small upper viewing area. You can also access a rocky area on the beach by a small steep staircase.

This park is probably the best park to watch the sunset in all of Kamakura. From this park, the sun sets behind the island of Enoshima and when it is clear you can see Mt Fuji. Many people come at sundown just for this purpose.

Unless there is an event taking place, this park is pretty sparse. It is mostly just a flat area with a few benches. Not much to do here.

Know Before you go:

The Hawks here are VERY aggressive - as they are all along the Kamakura coast. DO NOT have an open picnic unless you are under a big tree or covered area. Don't let your kids walk with snacks, riceballs or icecream - their food will get taken and people are sometimes injured by their talons. Definitely don't feed them,..it is not only dangerous but it makes the problem worse.

There are a few vending machines at the park if you need drinks.

The best time to see Mt Fuji is in the fall and winter. In the summer, it is often too hazy with the moisture in the air.
Written July 3, 2016
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tatjanaz
Bielefeld, Germany43 contributions
Jul 2014 • Business
Kamakura combines many temples and churches and a beach to relax! Don't miss the Big Buddha, a great place to be! On the Kamakura beach you can rent a locker at a "beach club", and enjoy a beach walk or swimming and a nice shower afterwards.
Written July 29, 2014
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BROs IN JAPAN
Japan182 contributions
Jun 2021
After a day of exploring Kamakura's temples nothing beats a cold beer at Inamuragasaki Park while enjoying the sun set over the coast near Enoshima.
Written July 1, 2021
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Global715255
Tokyo, Japan18,732 contributions
Oct 2018 • Solo
On a clear day in Autumn or Winter, you will be able to see Mount Fuji and Enoshima Island from this place. It is so beautiful!!
Written July 5, 2019
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Joy_Sinha
Kolkata (Calcutta), India2,388 contributions
Oct 2016 • Solo
An excellent area along the coastlines at kamakura. It offers great views during the sunset. The nearest station is Inamuragasaki on the Enoshima electric Line.
Written November 2, 2016
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Bruno M
Kamakura, Japan112 contributions
Sep 2016 • Friends
This point is famous for the views of the coastline and the great sunsets you get with Enoshima Island and Mount Fuji in the background. Probably not worth going there just for that, but definitely worth going if you're in the area around sunset.
Written September 14, 2016
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Kamakura Kaihin Koen Inamuragasaki - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)