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Enoshima Tombolo Experience, Soba-Making & Night View

Shonan Area 12h45m

During the low water spring tide, Enoshima becomes accessible by land, allowing you to walk through a sandy beach to the island. Try your hand at making soba at the Matsumoto Museum in the Samuel Cocking Garden, and after gazing at the sunset you'll be strolling through Enoshima now decorated with lanterns—a special event that happens only during August.

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Tonboro-Water at low tide

Natural phenomenon at Enoshima in which there is low tide for approximately one hour. Because the sand carried by the waves gather and pile up, a path, or sandbar, is created that can be walked across. At Katase Kaigan Higashihama and Enoshima, there is low tide before and after the days of the new moon and full moon. The sandbar that appears due to the tide is called "Tonboro".

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Enoshima Yacht Harbor

Enoshima Yacht Harbor opened for yachting events for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Since its opening, though being one of the few public yacht habors in Japan, it has contributed to the spreading of yacht activities. It is the venue for sailing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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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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Matsumotokan (Soba Noodle Cooking Class)

Experience making soba (buckwheat noodles) at Fujisawa-shi's sister city, Matsumoshi-shi's (Nagano Prefecture) Tourism PR hall that is located inside Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden. You can take home the buckwheat noodles that you made. (2 times every Friday at 10:00 and 13:30, registration required)

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Enoshima Iwaya Cavern

Master Dharma,Kobo Daisi and Minamotono Yoritomo are said to have visited this place and it is also said to be the roots of Sarasvati belief. This cave was created by the sea wave. The cave is separated into two caverns the first one is 152 meters and the second one is 56 meters in depth.

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Enoshima Lanterns

While Enoshima has a strong image of swimming during the summer, a new event with the theme of "Cool Evening" has started and is opened only during a limited time from August 1 to August 31. During this time, approximately 6000 lanterns will be displayed and you can experience Shonan's breezy summer. Apart from the lanterns, the Enoshima Shinto Shrine will be lit up which will cre...

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