Welcome to KAMAKURA GUESTHOUSE!

Kamakura Guesthouse is a warm, wooden house built by temple carpenters.
Here you will find Japanese futon, tatami floors and a rare, functional "irori" - traditional Japanese hearth. We also have fully equipped kitchen for guests to use and a cozy bar down in our hidden staircase. Please drop by during your travels and enjoy taking a step back into the good old days of Japan.

Room & Rates

Kamakura Guesthouse is an inn for travelers. Meals, room wears and towels are not included in our service.

CHECK IN 14:00-20:00
CHECK OUT -10:00

We do not have curfew, and we can keep your luggage for you both before check-in and after check-out on the day upon request.

Male Dormitory

Japanese tatami style room with futon, Japanese bedding.
You can see it is a genuine Japanese traditional architecture from every corner of the room.

For 8~10 people
3500 yen / night for 1 person
Amenities: blanket, futon set, pillow and basket

Female dormitory

Japanese tatami style room with futon, Japanese bedding
On the second floor where the female dormitory is, we have a balcony with a lot of sunshine, a bathroom for female guests and full-length mirrors.

For 7 people
3500 yen / night for 1 person
Amenities: blanket, futon set, pillow and basket

 

Private room

Wooden bunk beds with futon, Japanese bedding on wooden floor.
Spacious modern Japanese style room for 1 to 4 people.

For 1~4 people
15000 yen / night for 1 room
Amenities: blanket, futon set, pillow and basket

Policies

Payment

*You will be asked to pay the charge upon check-in at the property in cash. Please kindly note we do not take credit cards.

Please also note:

*We turn off the lights of bed rooms at 22:00 and of common room at 24:00.
*We kindly request our guests to leave the rooms between 10am-14:00pm for cleaning.
*Since the building is an old Japanese style and have acute stairs and irori, we do not accept children younger than 5 years old.

Facilities

Common spaces

The living room in the center of our building is the common room for all guests. We have irori and kotatsu – heated living room table – in winter. We hope you enjoy the authentic Japanese architecture.

Irori

It will make you feel like you are a part of the family while cooking over the traditional ‘irori’ in the living room. We make fire with charcoals in irori from October to March.

Kitchen

We have a fully equipped kitchen for all guests. Our kitchen is equipped with Japanese-style dishes and cups. Enjoy vegetables and seafood you can get from markets in the city.

Shower rooms

We have two shower rooms with body soap and shampoo.

Bathrooms

We have three western style bathrooms.

Bicycle parking space

We have free parking space for motorcycles and bicycles.
*Please make a reservation in advance.

Bicycle rentals

800 yen / 1 bicycle for 1 day.
Bicycles are recommended for seeing around Kamakura city!

From Kamakura Guesthouse…
To the Great Buddha is 2.1 km
To Kamakura station is 3.1 km
To Yuigahama beach is 3.1 km
To Kita-kamakura station is 2.9 km

Parking for cars

1,000 yen / car for 1 night
*Please make a reservation in advance.

  • Wi-Fi
  • Lockers
  • Chargers for smartphones
  • Laundry:
    100 yen
  • Towel rental:
    200 yen
  • Sales towel:
    300 yen

BASEMENT CAFÉ

We have a small cafe in our basement with different concepts for breakfast and dinner. Please check our instagram for menu and the days off.

Morning time《BAGEL MONTREL》instagram

OPEN 7:00〜10:00

Dinner time《Cafe icocca》instagram

OPEN 17:00〜23:00(LO)

ACCESS

Map around Kamakura Guesthouse

For guests using public transportation,

please choose the station to use

Kamakura station

You can get on buses from Kamakura station.

Bus

Bus stop #1 via east exit.

Get on Enoden buses for Fujisawa / Kikyoyama.

You get off at Kajiwara-guchi stop.

It’s a 2 minute walk to Kamakura Guesthouse.

Ofuna station

You can get on buses or on Shonan monorail from Ofuna station.

Bus

If you want to take buses, go to bus stop #3 at Kotsu-Hiroba via east exit.

Get on buses for Kamakura / Kajiwara.

Get off at Kajiwara-guchi stop.

It’s a 2 minute walk to Kamakura Guesthouse.

Monorail

If you want to get on a Shonan monorail, Get on monorails for Enoshima.

You get off at Shonan-fukasawa station.
It’s a 9 minute walk to Kamakura Guesthouse.

Fujisawa station

You can get on buses from Fujisawa station.

Bus

Bus stop #1 at South Exit terminal.

Get on buses for Fujisawa / Kikyoyama.

You get off at Kajiwara-guchi stop.

It’s a 2 minute walk to Kamakura Guesthouse.

Enoshima station

You can get on Shonan monorail from Enoshima station.

Monorail

Get on monorails for Ofuna

Get off at Shonan-fukasawa station.
It's a 9 minute walk to Kamakura Guesthouse.

After visiting Hase temple and Great Buddha.

You can get on buses from either of the sightseeing spots to Kamakura Guesthouse.

Bus

Bus stop Hase-kannon or Daibutsu-mae.
Get on Enoden bus for Fujisawa / Get on Shonan-keikyu bus for Ofuna

Get off at Kajiwara-guchi stop.
It’s a 2 minute walk to Kamakura Guesthouse.

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