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Kaihinso Kamakura

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Sandweiler, Luxembourg
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Japanese hospitality at it's best ! Very friendly staff, excellent dinner, bath experience if you like to relax after visiting all day. If “outdated“ as some wrote, it add's to the charm of the stay; we would come again.

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Toronto, Ontario
Reviewed 1 March 2016

We spent one night here in February, while on a two-week visit to Tokyo. I've stayed in many ryokan over the years, and this one was a solid choice. The location was great - just steps from a stop on the Eno-den triangle from Kamakura, quite close to the beach and many local sites, and in quite a nice, posh...

1Thank JasonManikel
Madrid, Spain
Reviewed 10 April 2015

I have wondered what rating I should give to this hotel. It was better than expected but I would never stay there again! Let me explain: our japanese friends booked this hotel for us, to experience a typical japanese hotel. So I really hadn't looked into what this meant or how much it would cost until the time came to...

3Thank alkimadrid
Manila, Philippines
Reviewed 23 August 2014

This nice Ryokan is very well located near the beaches and close to the railways station. The traditional tatami Japanese room is comfortable and the traditional Japanese breakfast is very good with a very good service.

2Thank Etienne Q
Los Angeles, California, United States
Reviewed 17 October 2013

If you are looking for a 5 star resort hotel experience, do not stay here. However, if you want an authentic, traditional Japanese hotel experience, this is definitely the place. The rooms are minimal, you sleep on floor mats, each room has a little garden area, you must remove your shoes before entering the hotel. They also serve you an...

2Thank Matthew T
Hong Kong
Reviewed 23 September 2013

Me and my husband stayed there for one night there and it was a good experience. Location: location is very good, close to electric train station 1 mins , very close to beach 3 mins walk, a short pleasant walk away 5 min walk to Big Budda which is also the trail head for the hiking trail. It has easy...

2Thank silvia20003544
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 4 June 2011

This is an ideal place to stay when visiting Kamakura. It is close to some of the more important sights in Kamakura but also close to the light railway to travel into central Kamakura. The food is excellent and the rooms large and comfortable. If you're flying overseas, this is a wonderful location for your last night because the Narita...

6Thank bariloche48

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Additional Information about Kaihinso Kamakura

Address: ____4-8-14, Kamakura 248-0014, Kanagawa Prefecture
Region: Japan > Kanto > Kanagawa Prefecture > Kamakura
Price Range: ₹ 12,540 - ₹ 31,933 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
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“Get breakfast included with your stay, but pass on the included dinner. You'll want to get out and experience all the great local places to eat in Kamakura.”
MatthewT845, 17 Oct 2013 | Read review
“Get Japanese room if you want authentic Japanese Ryokan experience.”
silvia20003544, 23 Sep 2013 | Read review
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