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One-day tour ? "Discover The Historic Kamakura together with Japanese locals! “

*A Cross-cultural walk through historic Kamakura.*Experience making sushi.

Why do you join our one-day tour?
Some infomation here .

10:00 am Gather at JR Kamakura Station.
▶Walk to Sugimotodera temple.
▶Have lunch at Kofuku Restaurant.
▶Explore Hokokuji Banboo temple.
▶Take the Enoden line to Fujisawa.
▶Sushi Making Class at Satsumaya Sushi Restaurant.
▶Sushi dinner including a brief talk on Japanese Dining Etiquette and Cross Cultural discussions.

More detailes are
http://www.satsumayahonten.com/japan_tours

Sushi dinner including a brief talk on Japanese Dining Etiquette and Cross Cultural discussions.

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