Fujisawa-juku is a post town on the old Tokaido road, which was established during the Edo period. It is the sixth post town counting from Nihonbashi between (about 1340 m) the Edo-fang mitsuke of Yugyo-ji-zaka and the Kyoto-fang mitsuke. There are many shrines and temples that remind us of the past around Yugyoji Temple, the head temple of the Jishu sect. In the Meiji period (1868 - 1912), the former Fujisawa-juku district was transformed into a wholesale area and prospered, taking advantage of its geographical advantage. Some of the historical buildings from Meiji and Taisho still remain today.
Enoshima-Kamakura Freepass allows you to travel easily around these two major tourist spots, Enoshima and Kamakura, from Tokyo. Enjoy the coastline scenery of Enoshima, historic temples, traditional gardens and the famous Great Buddha (Daibutsu) of Kamakura.
The Kamakura-Enoshima Pass is a great way to enjoy Kamakura and Enoshima. The pass allows unlimited rides in the Kamakura/Enoshima area on JR, the Enoshima Electric Railway and the Shonan Monorail. This special deal is a wonderful way to enjoy strolls through the old capital of Kamakura and the beautiful coast around Enoshima.
"Noriorikun" is an unlimited ticket that allows you to get on and off at any station on the Enoden Line. You can receive special benefits at Enoden wayside facilities, so please enjoy your trip with the ticket.
HAKONE KAMAKURA PASS allows you to explore major tourist spots, Hakone, Enoshima and Kamakura. It offers unlimited rides on all Odakyu Lines and includes all of the services provided in “Hakone Freepass” and “Enoshima-Kamakura pass”, which are popular among visitors from abroad. In addition to unlimited rides, you can receive special services at about 70 facilities such as art museums and gift shops in Hakone and Enoshima-Kamakura area by presenting this pass.