Explore the ancient city of Kamakura to see the Great Buddha and have fun shopping on Enoshima Island. With convenient transfers from central Tokyo, enjoy a full-day wheelchair accessible tour with helpful English guidance.
09:00 Pick-up at Select Locations in the Central 23 Wards of Tokyo
11:30 Great Buddha of Kamakura (Kotoku Temple)
Cast in bronze metal, this massive Amida Buddha statue has been seated on the grounds of the temple since 1252. Kotokuin Temple is one of the foremost sites that offers barrier-free paths, slopes and restrooms for an accessible sightseeing experience.
13:00 Lunch at Enoshima
Located not too far from Kamakura is Enoshima Island. Cross the scenic bridge and make your way to one of the wheelchair-friendly restaurants and indulge in a delicious fresh seafood lunch!
Shopping at Enoshima
Before ending the tour, find a souvenir for yourself or your loved ones at one of the many shops carrying local delicacies and cute gift items. Find seafood-flavored rice crackers and limited edition Enoshima goods to take home.
16:00 Depart from Enoshima
18:00 Drop-off at Select Locations in the Central 23 Wards of Tokyo
- Departure Point: Tokyo (decided after booking)Departure Time: 9:00 amDuration: 9 hrsReturn Details: Tokyo (decided after booking)Included:
・Certified caregiver/driver-guide assistancePrice: From ￥32,400 per personNot Included:
・Meals, beverages, entrance fees not mentioned in the itinerary
・Personal expensesExtra Details:
Please note that the wheelchair van can accommodate up to eight (8) guests—one (1) wheelchair user and their chair plus seven (7) other guests.
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