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accessible info  :  JR  /  Enoden tram  /  Tokyo hotel

  Central Kamakura     

JR Kamakura Station is wheelchair accessible. 1 hour from Tokyo by train. The tourist shopping street leads to the to shrine, Tsuruoka Hachimangu bulilt in the Kamakura period, about  800 years ago. Some bumpy paths in the shrine. Long stairs in front of the main sanctuary. There is an evacuation road behind the shrine, but it is closed for visitors.
http://www.tsurugaoka-hachimangu.jp/  

  North Kamakura     

There are many temples.  
Enkakuji : main route has stairs. There is non-step hilly road on right side for cars.
Meigetsuin : main route has stairs. Wheelchair users can enter the temple area through the car road. This temple is famous for hydrangeas in June.
Kenchoji : almost flat inside, wheelchair users can look around without any difficulty.

  the Great Buddha     

Wheelchair accessible. Ramps at one side of the stairs. Wheelchair accessible toilets behind the Great  Buddha. Lower floor buses run between JR Kamakura station and Kotokuin Temple (the Great Buddha). The tram station is also wheelchair accessible, but the road is narrow and uphill. 
http://www.kotoku-in.jp/en/top.html
  

  Enoshima     

25min by Enoden train from Kamakura. A very popular beach for sufing. Summer is the high season. Many young people come and enjoy the beach. But the beach is not friendly for wheelchairs. Enoshima Aquarium is nice and wheelchair friendly. The Dolphin show is famous.  
http://www.enosui.com/