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Bus network in the city

* Initial display shows the points that confuse even Japanese visitors.

 

  Overall Kamakura Bus  

 

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  There are two kinds of buses.  Blue painted bus is operated by Keikyu 京急バス and the orange is by Enoden 江ノ電バス.  Terminal stops at Kamakura station are placed respectively, but each bus-stop on the street is placed mostly at the same spot for both companies.

 

 

  Following contents written in black color describe about the most cases, that is all Keikyu bus and a part of Enoden bus.  The exceptional cases are written in the gray color and in frames.

 

 

  Getting ON  

 

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-Enter through the door at the CENTER of vehicle.

 

- Enter through the FRONT door and pay first only in the Enoden buses starting at No. 2 terminal stop for Ofuna direction.

 

  Getting Off  

 

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- Exit from the FRONT door.

 

- Exit from the door at the center of vehicle only in the Enoden buses starting at No. 2 terminal stop for Ofuna direction.

 

= Note =

* One more thing different from the Tokyo metropolitan bus is that machine in the Kamakura bus does not give change.  It simply breaks a coin (3).  It also breaks a bill, but only 1,000 yen bill (4) and the machine is likely to run short of coins.

  Therefore, we always try to have coins before taking the Kamakura bus.

 

 Trafic becomes much sluggish in the period of so-called Golden Weekand Ohigan 彼岸 It might be faster to take a walk.

 

Golden Week:

Consecutive holidays from the last week of Apr. to the 1st week of May.

 

Ohigan:

A few days before and after March 21st (Spring Equinox) and in the same way to September 23rd (Autumnal Exuinox).

 

* This page is an instruction for the one-way-ticket purchase.  Ask at the ticket office or take a look at "Kamakura visitor's guide" website about the special tickets such as the tourist-coupon etc.

 

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