Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Kamakura, Yokohama and Tokyo Bay Day Trip from Tokyo. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
we liked the trip as it was well organized and the guide was informative and polite . we covered all the listed spots and safely delivered to the stations requested at end of the trip.
This was our first time doing this tour but we loved it! Beautiful view of Yokohama bay during lunch. Plenty of free time and the places visited are very interesting. Would definitely recommend and would do again.
Tour guide was exellent. Very informative and intertaining. Lunch was OK. We didn't expect chinese food in Japan.
as usual, the trip is very enjoyable, the tour leader is very friendly and helpful, highly recommended to other friends.
with the limited time available this is the best way to see various aspects to the Tokyo areas.
Pick up arrangements (from near Mercure Hotel in Ginza) worked very well
This tour was very well organized and the guide was fantastic. He was very knowledgable about Japan and on each part of the tour. He was flexible and dealt with all on this trip in a professional manor. The lunch was fantastic. The only problem we had was that they do not drop you off at your hotel but rather they have 2 stops and you need to find your own way back. This was difficult only being in Tokyo for 2 days total. Otherwise, this was a great trip to learn about the history of Japan.
A very nice tour, lots of interesting spots to visit, beautiful landscape
This was an extremely interesting and varied day with a lot packed into a few hours. Our guide, Naoki, was friendly and informative and certainly helped make the day a thoroughly enjoyable one!
The 3 sites visited in Kamakura were well chosen for their varied religious histories, contrasting buildings and gardens. Lunch in Yokohama was excellent and the afternoon visits to Chinatown and Sankeien Garden were both colourful experiences in very different ways!
Both Kamakura and Yokohama would certainly be wortth much longer visits but I would certainly recommend this tour if you don't have the time to spend longer there.
The tour guide was friendly and helpful. The big Buddha was quite a sight. We were really blessed to be able to visit this statue and that in Kyoto on consecutive days. The Kamakura temple visit was enjoyable and informative. I have had meals in many different (high end) restaurants in China, but the lunch in the Chinese restaurant in Yokohama was clearly better than any of them! This is especially interesting because I am a vegetarian! Unfortunately, it rained when we visited the Chinatown, but we could still get a good idea of the place.
Kamakura was fantastic, the size of the Buddha, HUGE, you can pay about 20p to actually go inside it, which was an experience, Yokohama was a great Temple/Shrine, then we went to Chinatown for a Chinese meal, which was nice but would have prefered a Japanesse meal, would have been 5 star but would have likes the Tokyo Bay trip to actually stop a certain points and have a photo opportunity
The tour is very informative, you know about both Buddhism and Sintoism and visit Chinatown in Yokohama.