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The Malibu Hotel is surrounded by the magnificent Sagami Bay
This hotel is located in the corner of the Riviera Zushi Marina.
Easy access from the city center
You can arrive by car in about 1 hour.

MALIBU HOTEL

Malibu Hotel
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MALIBU HOTEL

Sightseeing around LOCAL GUIDE

  • Enoshima

    Enoshima

    [Time required] 30 minutes by car from our hotel

    The composition that floats on the opposite side of the coastline of Kamakura from the Malibu Hotel and is impressive with Mt. Fuji over the sea in the background is especially wonderful in the morning and evening. Ejima Shrine is famous for the statue of Benzaten, the god of music. It is also fun to visit scenic spots such as the observation lighthouse and the 19th century English garden "Samuel Cocking Garden" and "Kajigafuchi". It is a famous sightseeing spot that goes from the Edo period after the Oyama pilgrimage and is now the icon of Shonan. There is a monument of love songs from the three heads of Manyoshu related to Kamakura nearby, and it is interesting to search.
    "Inasegawa Manashimi I go to sleep I will connect the Minase River in Kamakura to the tide"

  • Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine

    Tsuruoka Hachimangu Shrine

    [Time required] 13 minutes by car from our hotel

    It started in 1063 when Yoritomo Minamoto worshiped Iwashimizu Hachimangu Shrine in Kyoto at the present wood timber in Kamakura City, and in 1180 Minamoto no Yoritomo moved to its present location and became the guardian deity of Genji. In 1191, the current upper and lower shrines were arranged, and the Kamakura Shogunate is adjacent to the east side. The higher Dandan, starting from the Nino Torii gate, is a kind consideration for Yoritomo's gentle Masako, so that his wife Masako will not have difficulty visiting after the rain. The shrine horse riding rituals in spring and autumn have been handed down for over 800 years. It is also known as a famous spot for flowers such as cherry blossoms in spring and lotus in summer.

  • Kamakura Daibutsuden Kotoku-in

    Kamakura Daibutsuden Kotoku-in

    [Time required] 17 minutes by car from our hotel

    A national statue of the Amitabha Namirai, a national treasure of Kotoku-in, which is famous as the Great Buddha of Kamakura (11m high). It is said that Kamakura is the only national treasure of Buddha, and its construction started in 1252, and the production was applied to the purified goods enshrined by the monk Jōmitsu. The Daibutsuden, which originally protected the Great Buddha, collapsed due to a typhoon and a tsunami, and by the end of the Muromachi period it had become the "great Buddha of sitting". But it was safe. In spring, you can see the big Buddha and cherry blossoms, and you can see the womb. If you go to the back of the Great Buddha, you will find a poem for Akiko Yosano.
    "Kamakura and Miho Toke, but the Shakyamuni is a summer grove that graces a beautiful man."

  • Komyoji Temple

    Komyoji Temple

    [Time required] 4 minutes by car from our hotel

    The fourth head of the Kamakura Shogunate, Tsuneki Hojo, is known as the high priest of the Jodo sect, and is the main temple of the Jodo Shin sect, which was opened with the admiration of Tadara Arachu. The magnificent gate of Kamakura is rebuilt in 1847. There are many highlights such as the main hall of the fourteenth floor, and the Tonight Buddhist memorial service in October is particularly lively. The largest mountain gate in Kamakura, which can be seen from the Zaimokuza coast, is open several times a year, and faces Mt. Fuji over Inamuragasaki from the upper floor. As soon as you use the e-bike at the hotel, you can enjoy vegetarian food and sutras.

  • Kamakura Museum of Literature

    Kamakura Museum of Literature

    [Time required] 14 minutes by car from our hotel

    This is an art-deco style Western-style mansion that was reconstructed from the former residence of the Marquis Maeda family, which is a registered tangible cultural property of the country. The interior, such as stained glass, remained as it was at that time, giving the atmosphere of a Chinese-style house at the beginning of the Showa era, which also became the stage for the movie "Spring Snow." Inside the museum, you will find handwritten manuscripts and letters such as the Kamakura Pen Club (a group of resident artists), literary writers related to Kamakura, Soseki Natsume, Yasunari Kawabata and Jun Takami. There is also a garden of about XNUMX tsubos that gently drops toward the sea. If you like roses, the rose garden below is recommended. Take a walk to the nearby Yasunari Kawabata's home and head to the station.

  • Kamakura shrine

    Kamakura shrine

    [Time required] 15 minutes by car from our hotel

    It was founded in 1869 by the imperial order of the Emperor Meiji, and the deity is Otomiya Gora. It is the most prestigious shrine associated with the imperial family in Kamakura. In the precincts there are a dungeon, a treasure hall, and a shrine, where Mr. Ashikaga imprisoned his parents. Shinto is also full of nature with a lot of vegetation such as a pair of red and white weeping plums and azaleas, rhododendrons, shovels and wisteria. For those who like Noh, we recommend the noh firewood noh, which is highly prestigious.

  • Zushi coast

    Zushi coast

    [Time required] 17 minutes by car from our hotel

    The Zushi coast, where the waves are shallow and calm and calm, has long been popular as a beach for families, and in the summer it is crowded with many people. The beach is made of fine sand, and is characterized by little shells, gravel, and mud, making it famous for windsurfing. One of the fastest beaches in the Kanto area, the Zushi Film Festival is held in May and the Zushi Coast Fireworks Festival is held in summer every year. There used to be a legendary Nagisa Hotel where a famous writer stayed for a long time, but unfortunately no longer.

  • Morito Daimyojin

    Morito Daimyojin

    [Time required] 20 minutes by car from our hotel

    A shrine built by Minamoto no Yoritomo in 1180. It has a history of over 800 years as a total guardian of Hayama, and enshrines Oyama Ginsetsu and the deceased priesthood as a deity. It is said that there is a benefit to safe delivery and baby babies, and there are gifts such as baby babies and baby protection. It is located in a part of the quiet Hayama Morito along the sea, slightly overhanging the sea, and has an outstanding view and atmosphere. There is a famous writer, "Monument of the Season of the Sun" near the sea, so it is recommended to take a walk. At the beginning of the year, you can also worship from the sea on the "First Sunrise New Year Cruise".

  • Oreyama Park

    Oreyama Park

    [Time required] 9 minutes by car from our hotel

    Located on the top of the gentle show mountain located in the west of Zushi coast, it is a scenic spot with a great view overlooking the city of Zushi, Enoshima, the coastline of Sagami Bay, Izuhakone Mountains, Mt. Fuji, and Izu Oshima. There are facilities such as an observatory, a monkey garden, a waterfowl garden, and a rest house in the park, where you can relax and enjoy nature. The cherry blossoms in spring are spectacular. It's on a hill, but you can go by e-bike at the hotel.