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Kamakura is like the Kyoto of Kanto — a historic town with loads of temples, which was once the spiritual and political capital of Japan. To get a taste of the tradition and foods of the area, head along to Aguu, a kaiseki restaurant which uses seasonal ingredients sourced from the locality.
In a converted house on a quiet street nestled among the temples and shrines of the town, diners can choose from three different course menus with different numbers of dishes and prices to match. The sashimi is of particularly good quality, so don’t leave without trying some.
This is a perfect place to sample fine, traditional Japanese cuisine after a day of exploring the historic culture of this amazing town, with a huge number of national cultural treasures within walking distance.
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93-25 Nikaido, Kamakura, Kanagawa 248-0002, Japan
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