Found: 30 results

Kamakura Pasta

Kamakura Pasta is a fantastic pasta focused restaurant in Zushi, Japan which is the Kamakura area. Clean, modern, and delicious, it's a must visit for pasta fans visiting the area.

Kamakura Ume Cider

Just as Naoshima is famous for its Shio (salt) cider, Kamakura is famous for its Ume (plum) flavored cider. Plum is grown locally in Kamakura, and so popularly used in dishes in the city that even the 100 yen stores have packaged ume! The Kamakura Ume Cider does not taste like Umeshu (plum alcohol) but instead the ume used has a gentler, more refined flavor. The flavor is softer, as the sweet tang is complemented by the fizziness of the carbonation. The glass bottle preserves the flavor well, offering you the best quality product.

Café Goatee

Indie music lovers take note: in the midst of the temples and shrines of central Kamakura is a little coffee shop that serves up a great selection of Americana, blues, and singer-songwriter music alongside the caffeine and whiskey, Café Goatee.

Terms | Privacy | Custom Tour Booking © Japan Airlines