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MOVIE - DESTINY: THE TALE OF KAMAKURA

Postby maichan » Wed Dec 27, 2017 10:59 +0000

Saw this announced on on SciFi Japan - http://www.scifijapan.com/articles/2017 ... from-toho/

Since my wife is from Kamakura, I am of course interested in the movie, and now I want to watch it! :lol:

Looks like a fun movie. :D
But I hope it doesn't bring more tourists to Kamakura, as the streets are too busy already! :oops:

I hope it eventually comes out with English subtitles.

http://kamakura-movie.jp/

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Re: MOVIE - DESTINY: THE TALE OF KAMAKURA

Postby Stan Sakai » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:35 +0000

It looks like a wonderful movie.

We visited Kamakura in April 2017. This is a side of the area we missed. We would love to return. The Bamboo Forest there was much better than the more famous one in Kyoto.
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Re: MOVIE - DESTINY: THE TALE OF KAMAKURA

Postby maichan » Thu Jan 11, 2018 22:15 +0000

Stan Sakai wrote:It looks like a wonderful movie.

We visited Kamakura in April 2017. This is a side of the area we missed. We would love to return. The Bamboo Forest there was much better than the more famous one in Kyoto.


Wow, I am so impressed to hear you say that about the Bamboo Grove of Kamakura. I visited Hokokuji during one of my earliest visits, and loved it. Ever since I have wondered how it compared to the Bamboo Forest at Kyoto. There is so much to explore in Kamakura (well, all of Japan actually)!
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