The country is finally starting to open up.
I hope it is not too early so everyone wear your masks and wash your hands.
People are stating to go out and eat and drink in restaurants, but tourism still seems to be put on hold.
If you come to Kamakura sometime in the future be sure you visit the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine.
You go out the east exit and turn left on the big street in front of the North Face Store.
You’ll walk on a raised tree lined walkway in the middle of the street. At the end of the lane is the shrine.
Here is a Wiki description.
which has largely grown around it and its 1.8 km approach.
It is the venue of many of its most important festivals, and hosts two museums.
At the left of its great stone stairway stood a 1000-year-old ginkgo tree, which was uprooted by a storm in the early hours of March 10, 2010.
For more info here is the link for the complete article.
Here is another link that should be helpful too.
See you next week!!!
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