Kamakura Kokuhoukan Museum
Opened on April 3, 1928, Kamakura Kokuhoukan is a museum of history and art. It displays and preserves a variety of cultural properties such as sculptures, paintings, artifacts, calligraphy, ancient documents, and archeological materials, which have been donated to the museum by temples and shrines in Kamakura City as well as in the neighboring areas.
Check the official website for the latest information.
9am–4:30pm (admission till 4pm)
|Closed||Closed on Mondays (next business day when Monday is a national holiday), through display-change period, special days, year-end / new-year holidays, etc.|
Fee differs per exhibition (General ticket: 300–600 yen)
|Access||Kamakura Station on the Yokosuka Line or Enoshima Electric Railway|