Even if you know what you want to do or what you want to see, it does not hurt to stop in and get your bearings and maybe some advice. The workers are all very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about there city. Right as you exit the train station and still in the building proper. They speak good English also. Lots...
It was raining quite heavily but that did not take the shine of the visit.
This is really the historic capital city of Japan during the period of the warrior Shoguns, so was an immensely important city in times gone by. These days it is certainly worth a visit to see the classic temples and palace, as well as the...
There is a fantastic map that you can pick up here that has all the sights and bits of history and facts, as well as eating recommendations and some discounts for certain spots. The map is available in English. The staff here spoke English and were very friendly and made great recommendations. Consider the Kankyo tegata pass, which lets you...
I visited there on Nov 7th 2016 and was served by 3 women. All them were extremely helpful and gave clear, concise information and directions in easy to follow English.
I was given 2 free English maps and because of their help I was able to go to 2 off the beaten track destinations. Overall excellent service
I came here a couple of times on a recent visit to Kamakura. The staff all spoke English and w're able to help with all of my questions, offering personal opinions and experience as well. The have a superb map of Kamakura which every visitor should make use of. The location in the station is perfect.