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2 Days, 1 Night - Enoshima & Yugawara Road Trip

Western Area 17h45m

After seeing all the sights in Enoshima, this plan will take you for a drive along the sea to Yugawara. On clear days you'll be able to enjoy a view of Mount Fuji from all kinds of angles.

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Fueda Park (Great View of Mount Fuji)

Located on the mountain top of Kamakura Mountain, Fueda Park is a park where you can interact with nature. As there is a walking path, while enjoying the greenery of Kamakura Mountain, it is possible to head towards Shichirigahama. When the weather is nice, you can see Mount Fuji.

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Enoshima Shrine

Enoshima Shrine consists of three palaces, Hetsumiya, Nakatsumiya and Okutsumiya. Three-sister sea guardian is worshipped in each palace. In ancient times it was called Enoshima Myojin. You can feel the atmosphere of the mixture of myths. This are winter constellation Orion's myth and the three- sister gardians' myth. Three stars in the Orion's Belt transforme...

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Kumano Shrine, Manyo Park

Kumano Shrine enshrines a god of hot water, and hot water runs down the purification trough. There are 'Yukake-matsuri' on the fourth Saturday of May, and regularly held festival takes place at the same weekends. At the Manyo Park located at the center of spa town, there are so many Manyo plants (plants cited in the Manyoshu). There are also Manyo-tei modelled after ancient architecture of Many...

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Mirakuan

Mirakuan of Yugawara, famous for mandarin orange Monaka, conducts Japanese confectionery making experiences. You can take home your confectionery as souvenirs, or eat them there.

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Yugawara Seaside Resort

The location of 'A Scene at the Sea', directed by Takeshi Kitano, took place in Yugawara Seaside Resort, although the main location of shooting was in Yokosuka. The number of surfing customers are increasing in recent years.

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Neno Shrine

According to the myth, the God worshipped in Neno Shrine had 181 children. Because of that people worshiped this god as the oldest god in Kanto area for having babies and raising children.

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