Here's Part Two of Tokyo. On our last afternoon there, we took the train, a 50 minute ride, to the seaside town of Kamakura, which is known for its temples and the "Giant Budda." There were actually quite a few tourists there. It is a very pleasant town, riddled with temples and shrines and quaint souvenir-lined streets. The weather again was beautiful. The first shot of Z & me was taken by a kind gentleman who approached us and insisted on taking our photo in front of what is one of Japan's national trees, the ginko tree on the left with the twisted rope around it which signifies that it is sacred (the tree, not the rope). Then you've got some shots of the temple grounds. After our visit to the temple, we hopped on a funky little train that rattled through neighborhoods and deposited us about 10 minutes from the Giant Budda. We paid a grand sum of 40 cents to be able to go inside the budda - after first paying several hundred yen to enter the ground. All in all, it was a very nice outing. We passed through Yokohama, too, on the way there, but we didn't have time to tour that city. Good bye Tokyo!