Kamakura in Autumn

Kamakura is a city that belongs to Kanagawa Prefecture, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) south from Tokyo.
With a population of 172,302, Kamakura is well known for its shrines and temples and for the second biggest Great Buddha statue in Japan (after the one in Nara).

During autumn, Kamakura trees become a beautiful spectacle with its red, orange and yellow colours combined with those trees that keep their green leaves.
You can also hike all the way from Kitakamakura to the Great Buddha crossing the mountain while enjoying the beautiful nature that Kamakura has to offer.
Winter is approaching and the autumn leaves are falling so hurry up if you want to enjoy this beautiful view!