Kanto, Central Japan
Hayama . Kamakura
Located south of Tokyo in Kanagawa prefecture, relax & unwind in the coastal towns, Hayama & Kamakura. Catch breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji by the beach.
Recommended Length of Stay
3 days, 2 nights
Just a short 45-minute drive from Tokyo lies the quaint town of Hayama and Kamakura. The Japanese Imperial family's seaside residence is situated along Hayama's coast, overlooking Isshiki beach.
One can expect to spot European-inspired building surrounded by nature in Hayama. The beach town boasts breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji on clear days. Kamakura, a stone's throwaway from Hayama features hidden local gems, historical shrines and temples.
3-Day, 2-Night Activity Highlights
Indulge in Japanese cuisine from a specially curated list of dining establishments, hidden gems known to locals of Hayama and Kamakura. We feature a list of culinary experiences from hand-pulled noodles to gourmet Kaiseki meals and omakase sushi dining.
Enjoy fresh hand-pulled soba noodles at a previously converted private home turned restaurant, nestled in Hayama's residential area. Dine at a highly praised sushi restaurant tucked away in a private residential neighbourhood. The chef behind the phenomenal sushi that melts in your mouth is a modest and humble leading sushi master in his mid-twenties. Savour an elaborate Kaiseki dining experience at a Japanese restaurant with a warm and inviting atmosphere, headed by a master chef and his wife. The chef's talent and culinary finesse shines in his dishes, each prepared with the freshest local ingredients in harmony with the season and elegantly plated on perfectly selected plates.
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Kindly note the activities vary depending on the season and your travel dates.
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Take a ride on the nostalgic Enoden-Enoshima Electric Railway that runs along the beach. Hop off for a quick visit to the Goryo shrine and the Great Buddha of Kamakura.
Cozy up around a bonfire, set up by a takibi master in the zen garden of your villa. Dine on a BBQ selection of the finest local seafood while the sun sets over the ocean.
A quick visit to a local shirasu (Japanese whitebait) shop, selling their own farmers fresh catch from the day to pick up fresh shirasu to pair with a home-cooked meal to be prepared back at the villa. It is a hidden gem amongst locals and frequented by both the previous and current Emperor of the Japanese Imperial family.
Nowhere But Hayama Villa
Originally built 100 years ago, this traditional house not only shares the same grounds but also sits next to the Hayama imperial villa - vacation house owned and infrequently used by the Japanese Imperial family.
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Accommodates up to 4 adult guests
1 x en-suite bedroom with two small double beds & semi-outdoor Japanese bath
1 x bedroom with twin beds
1 x common bathroom
Garden and ocean views from the balcony jacuzzi
Bathroom and shower essentials
Kitchen facilities (including dishwasher and coffee machine
Wi-Fi, TV, Bluetooth speakers and safe