Kamakura, the capital of Japan from the late 12th Century to 14th Century

Kamakura lies some 50 kms south west of downtown Tokyo and was the site of the Kamakura Shogunate for nearly two centuries. Kamakura retains its rich cultural heritage and thus is a popular tourist destination year round.  I'd like to show you some photos from my album.


Photos from September 13, 2009 depicting the main street leading to the iconic "Tsurugaoka-Hachimangu", a Shinto Shrine.   

Photos from September 22, 2009 showing "Enkakuji", a Buddhist temple, in north Kamakura.

Photos from March 3, 2012



Facts about Yokohama

A talk with Steve Mickevics, my tutor

From my album:

Kohoku New Town

Jike countryside

Jike Art & Craft Corridor

SMEs in Tsuzuki, Yokohama

The Philippines

The Middle East

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