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The 3 of us hired bikes for 4 hours for a great price and just rode around the beautiful town. Such a fun day! We saw some beautiful places and we finished off at the beach. It was early August so there were many young...More
This Rental place is conveniently placed directly besides the station. The rental is easy and no deposit is required. The provided map does not show all the small roads, but will help you a lot in finding the temples and shrines.
I hired two normal...More
Conveniently located near the train station and very reasonable. I paid Y1300 (no deposit needed - just sight of my passport ID details) for a bike with 6 gears. Bikes are not flashy but for this price it does the job very well. Front desk...More
Good service and bike was fine- BUIT... We up-sold ourselves to mountain bikes, then rode past another shop about 500m away toward the beach which may well have been cheaper, bikes looked better.
Kamakura is pretty flat, so probably didnt need all the gears -...More
Cycling to the Great Buddha hidden in lush mountain greenery, to the various water sports on the beach this place is mix of quirky shops, a bunch of serene temples are spread across this seaside mountain town.
The cycle rental ideally located right next to...More
Shop is next to the station and easily found. The people we dealt with on arrival and at the end could speak a little English (very friendly) and had some "standard phrases" on cards which proved interesting and entertaining !. Nevertheless they spoke enough to...More
The rental shop is conveniently located right outside the train station (south). I recommend the highest priced electric bike (dendo jitensha) if you're going all day because the terrain is not flat. The electric bikes really heighten the pleasure of the experience and get you...More
Easy to find, just 50m from the JR station entrance. Owner speaks a little English and options and prices are provided in English. There are bikes without gears, with gears, mountain bikes and electric bikes. Avoid the last if you intend to go up hills...More