Shingon-shu temple located ten-minute walk from Seya station.
Kamakura's Ancient Roads
Enjoy a stroll through Kamakura Kaido, Seya, and Navy Road. Navy Road and some streets near Seya Station are particularly famous for their cherry blossoms. There's a tour to visit the Seven Lucky Gods as well.
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