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Tokyo Autumn 2016 – Day 4 – Kamakura Part 1

Going to Kamakura for a day trip – it’s a place recommended by colleague. About 1hr train ride to Kita-Kamakura station. Kamakura is an old city in Kanagawa Prefecture – lots of local tourists. Lots of trees and looking for autumn leaves (yellow/orange/red). I think I mixed up some of the Location tagged.

Engakuji temple

Forgot which temple/shrine this was at. This is so high-tech and funny! Random automated fortune slip (omikuji / 恊ćæ恏恘)

Jochiji

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#kamakura #shrines #stones #japan #jochiji area

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I felt God of Happiness (Hotei) was laughing at me.

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#meigetsuintemple #kamakura #hiking #autumnleaves

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šŸ”” #bell #kamakura #hiking

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#shariden #kamakura #autumnleaves #autumn

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It would be better if I had internet connection, then I could tag the correct location.

Meigetsuin (Hydrangea temple)

 

The rocks represent mountains and the sand = water. The lines on water mimic water movement. Do you see the frog on a rock relaxing? (right) :)

Lots of flowers, birds and caged rabbit. Come during June, there’ll be lots of pretty blue-white Hydrangea flowers.

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Poor rabbit šŸ° caged #rabbit #kamakura #japan

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Hokokuji

 

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Out of the short tunnel #kamakura

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