Kamakura

Kamakura can refer to:

  • Japanese name
  • Kamakura, Kanagawa, a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
  • Kamakura shogunate
  • Kamakura period, a history of Japan
  • Kamakura (G.I. Joe), a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe
  • Kamakura (festival), a Japanese festival in Akita Prefecture where children play house in snow huts

Other articles related to "kamakura":

List Of Ying Xiong Wu Lei Characters - Japanese - Kamakura Family
... Kamakura Family (鎌倉家, Kamakura-ke?, Liancang-jia) Kamakura Tohru (鎌倉 透, Kamakura Tōru?, Liancang Tou) He is rescued by Xiao Wu (2nd) and goes with him to meets Xiao Yao ... Actually he is the head of Kamakura family ...
Shinpen Kamakurashi
... (新編鎌倉志, - Newly Edited Guide to Kamakura?) is an Edo period compendium of topographic, geographic and demographic data concerning the city of Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, and its vicinities ... in 1685 by Tokugawa Mitsukuni to three vassals, it contains for example information about "Kamakura's Seven Entrances", "Kamakura's Ten Bridges" and "Kamakura's Ten ... maps, and information about temples, ruins and place names etymologies not only about Kamakura, but also about Enoshima, Shichirigahama, Hayama and Kanazawa ...
List Of Ying Xiong Wu Lei Characters - Japanese - Tennoh Dynasty - Current Generation
... Due to his young age, the Dowager Empress Kamakura Ichi (鎌倉市 太后, Kamakura Ichi-taikō?, Liancang Shi Taihou), his mother, acts as an advisor ... Then, the Kamakura clan uses this chance to take power from the emperor and gain military force ...
List Of Monarchs Who Lost Their Thrones In The 13th Century - Japan - Shoguns
... Minamoto no Yoriie, Kamakura Shogun 1202–1203, forced to abdicate 1203, died 1204 ... Kujō Yoritsune, Kamakura Shogun Kamakura Shogun 1226–1244, abdicated 1244, died 1256 ...
Surf Bungaku Kamakura
... Surf Bungaku Kamakura (サーフ ブンガク カマクラ, Sāfu Bungaku Kamakura?) is the fifth studio album released by the Japanese rock band Asian Kung-Fu Generation, released on November 5, 2008 ... the famous Enoshima Electric Railway in order starting from Fujisawa and ending with Kamakura ... November 9, the band held an exclusive live concert within an undisclosed location in Kamakura ...