kanagawa Prefecture's tourist, cultural and business information
The only cruise available in Japan offering a chance to see Japanese Maritime SDF vessels and American navy vessels side by side.
A seaside museum for history lovers.
A prefectural garden of the flowers and plants, and a farmers’ market.
A publication containing information on tourism and culture-related events, places, and activities of Kamakura City.
Social implementation facility of the Robot Suit “HAL” that improves, extends and amplifies human bodily functions.
Publication offering information about tourist spots and events in Fujisawa City.
The closest castle tower to Haneda Airport and Odawara’s No.1 tourist destination.
Wear yoroi armor, ninja clothes or a kimono and transform yourself into a samurai, a ninja or a princess surely a memory to cherish!
Create your own, original Odawara lantern-amulet, an essential for all travelers!
Try your hand at making Odawara’s most famous product, the kamaboko fish-cakes using special knives to give them their unique shapes.
Enjoy the countless kinds of fresh seafood coming in every day from Sagami Bay, one of Japan’s three deepest bays.
Only a 2-minute walk from the station, this natural hot spring rich in calcium is perfect for a day trip.
Enjoy the rural landscapes and the view of Mt. Fuji while shopping at the farm market and trying your hand at making soba buckwheat noodles.
The factory’s polite ushers offer an easy to understand tour of the facility.
A farming experience facility and a farm market with a view of Japan’s emblematic mountain, Mt. Fuji.
According to the legend, while hunting, Minamoto no Yoritomo, the first shogun of the Kamakura Shogunate (the 12th-14th century), stopped his horse on this hill to gaze upon Mt. Fuji.
A hot spring resort with a long history of health benefits; the water is clear and slightly salty.
A lush hiking trail on an old road echoing the legend of Minamoto no Yoritomo.
The Yugawara geigi (geisha) make everything look splendid; try visiting them when they are practicing their dance.
Experience various crafts including dyeing, traditional confectionery making, and pottery.
At 156 m (511 ft), it’s the biggest dam in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Every second, 30 cubic meters of water are released with enormous force making for a magnificent spectacle.
Experience traditional crafts including loom weaving, indigo dyeing, papermaking, ceramics, and wood and bamboo work.
The 2020 Kanagawa Pre-Games Training Camps Invitation Committee
Contact: Kanagawa Prefecture Olympic and
Paralympic Games Division,Sports Bureau
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