Cooking Classes in Kamakura Area


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Kamakura Sightseeing Spots

  • Kamakura Daibutsu

    Kamakura Daibutsu

  • Meigetsuin Temple

    Meigetsuin Temple

  • Yuigahama Beach

    Yuigahama Beach

  • Kamakura Koko Mae Station

    Kamakura Koko Mae Station

  • Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine

    Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine

  • Kamakura Museum of Literature

    Kamakura Museum of Literature

Access to Kamakura

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/tokyo.php' style='text-decoration: underline'>Tokyo</a> Station to Kamakura Station

    From Tokyo Station to Kamakura Station

    Take the JR Yokosuka Line to Kamakura (56 minutes).

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/shibuya/' style='text-decoration: underline'>Shibuya</a> Station to Kamakura Station

    From Shibuya Station to Kamakura Station

    Take the JR Shonan Shinjuku Line to Kamakura (53 minutes).

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/shinjuku/' style='text-decoration: underline'>Shinjuku</a> Station to Kamakura Station

    From Shinjuku Station to Kamakura Station

    Take the JR Shonan Shinjuku Line to Kamakura (59 minutes).

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/asakusa/' style='text-decoration: underline'>Asakusa</a> Station to Kamakura Station

    From Asakusa Station to Kamakura Station

    Take the Toei Asakusa Line to Yokohama Station (41 minutes) and transfer to the JR Yokosuka Line for Kamakura (24 minutes).

  • From <a href='https://airkitchen.me/list/ginza/' style='text-decoration: underline'>Ginza</a> Station to Kamakura Station

    From Ginza Station to Kamakura Station

    Take the Ginza Subyway Line to Shinbashi Station (2 minutes) and transfer to the JR Yokosuka Line for Kamakura (56 minutes).

Why Taking a Cooking Class in Kamakura is a Must-Do

Kamakura is located in Kanagawa prefecture and is one famous tourist spot in Japan. The city is renowned for its old temples and shrines. These temples reflect the religious identity of Japanese culture. The sand beaches in Kamakura are also top-rated. In the summer season, several tourists visit Kamakura to spend their vacation. Local food in Kamakura is also a significant attraction. Almost all Japanese dishes, including, Sushi, Tempura, Ramen and Soba, are available in the city. Kamakura bowls, Beau temps, and Clarity Da Marittima are the top-rated restaurants in Kamakura. The names of Japanese dishes might sound confusing to foreigners, but they taste great. People who visit Japan are quite keen to know about the recipe for popular Japanese food items. Joining a cooking class in Kamakura is the best idea for such people. They can also learn facts about Japanese culture through these cooking classes.