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IZA KAMAKURA Hostel & Bar Informations

We established since 2013.
There's many sightseeing spots around our guest house,Which's Hase
temple,Big Buddha of Kamakura,Yuigahama beach and so on.
It takes only 2min from 'Hase station' on Enoshima line.
We're looking forward to meeting you.

Kamakura is an ancient city that has produced i

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  • Air Conditioning

  • Bar

  • Bicycle Parking

  • Breakfast Not Included

  • Cafe

  • Common Room

  • Free Internet Access

  • Free WiFi

  • Hairdryers

  • Hairdryers For Hire

  • Hot Showers

  • Internet Access

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Linen Included

  • Meals available

  • Outdoor Terrace

  • Restaurant

  • Towels for hire
Take Enoshima dentetsu line.
Get off 'Hase station'
Go to the beachside and turn right at the first traffic light.
then go up around 80m.
You can see Guest House IZA Kamakura on the right side.


Informations about IZA KAMAKURA Hostel & Bar

We established since 2013.
There's many sightseeing spots around our guest house,Which's Hase
temple,Big Buddha of Kamakura,Yuigahama beach and so on.
It takes only 2min from 'Hase station' on Enoshima line.
We're looking forward to meeting you.

Kamakura is an ancient city that has produced its own, original culture. Once it was a political capital along with Nara and Kyoto, and also the birthplace of Japan's first military government, the 'Kamakura Bakufu.' Warrior Minamoto no Yoritomo was appointed as Seii-Taishogun (shogun) by the Imperial court in 1192 and established the Kamakura Bakufu government, which is the first military government in Japan, whereas previously the Imperial court in Kyotoheld power.
After Yoritomo's death, the Hojo clan governed this area. Trade with the Sung and Yuan dynasties of China prospered in the 13th century and a various aspects of Chinese culture, including Zen (Buddhism), Zen-style architecture, Buddhist statures, and Chinese lacquer ware, were imported. The Kamakura Bakufu ended in 1333. But the military culture of that era, in which the simple and strong spirit of warriors, traditional aristocratic culture, and Chinese Sung and Yuan culture were blended, has continued to greatly influence Japanese society down to the present day.