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■Tsurugaoka Museum Cafe&Shop■ 

            Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture


Tsurugaoka Hachimangu shrine is one of well-known and historical place to visit, especially for the tourists in Japan. It is worth visiting for you to see a very traditional buildings and to feel a solemn atmosphere around. After having a look around, a lovely and impressive cafe is there for you for a cup of tea.

Once you step into this sunny open cafe,you will be amazed by the huge monument that is a portion of a large ginkgo tree on display , which was cut down in 2010.

They serve a variety of drinks and yummy foods,which have memorable tastes. They make all foods with the ingredients carefully chosen following their policy, that is to serve " a high quality ,healthy and delicious ". 

Sandwiches are made with their house-made bread with AKO natural cultured yeast. AKO yeast itself does not have any strong taste so that means the bread has only pure flavour of the flour. At the end of that, the taste of the fillings is outstanding when it comes to sandwiches.

If you like the breads, you can also bring them to house as a souvenir. Not only the tourists but also the locals have become a fun of their breads.  The clerk says, " We are very pleased and proud of our breads. W believe that people just would like to let their friends know that there is a bread you must try ! Do not miss it..something like that. "

Enjoy a great meal and be fascinated in your most memorable time.

Omiya-no-kakusyoku :A loaf bread made with AKO natural cultured yeast , Japanese flour and a purified water. It has a branding of Hachimangu shrine on.

↑Hot sandwiches !

Fluffy and yummy ! "French toast with spiced syrup"

【Basic Information】

■Address : 2-1-53 Yukinoshita, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture        248-0005, Japan


Business Hours :  10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.(last admission by 4:00 p.m.)

    *Hours may change. Please check the website.


■Closing Dates : Mondays (When a public holiday falls on a Monday, the museum is open as usual), and times required to change exhibitions, year end and beginning

*The museum may close due to extreme weather conditions.

■10 minute walk from Kamakura Station on the JR Yokosuka Line or the Enoshima Dentetsu Line

*No parking available. Please use public transportation.