Explore Enoshima

Shonan Area 12h45m

Enoshima is surrounded by sights you wouldn't want to miss out on. Take a stroll by the seaside, or indulge in some shopping and delightful cuisine in Nakamise Street. Even the fish at the Enoshima Aquarium are waiting to say hello. And to top it off, become the best woman you can be at the Enoshima Shrine!

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Komachi Street

This street is one of the most famous shopping street in Kamakura, Japan. It has been featured in some TV programs and magazines. There are about 250 shops. Come and see various shops while you stroll the town.

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Enoshima Electric Railway

Although this is a short railway with a total length of 10km, along the tracks there are both mountains and the sea. From the window you can enjoy a view of Enoshima Island and Mount Fuji. If you purchase a 1 day pass, you can enjoy a discount and reduce the hassle of having to buy tickets every time.

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Enoshima is an island about 4 km around, you can enjoy the popular sightseeing spots throughout a year, like Enoshima Shrine, Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden, Enoshima Sea Candle, Dragon Bell and Enoshima Iwaya Cave which is still a spiritual spot from the Edo period. Enoshima Yacht Harbor is a sailing competition venue for the Tokyo Olympic Paralympic Games in 2020. In particular, abundant seaf...

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Enoshima Escar

In 1954 Japan built its the first outdoors escalator to connect the 106-meter bottom with the 46 meters' high mountaintops. It only takes about 4 minutes by "Enoshima Escar" and 20 minutes by walking the stone stairs. This escalator helps not only the elderly but families and couples who come sightseeing and for those who visit Enosima Shrine.

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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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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 Aquarium

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are presently closed. Please check our website for information on when we’ll be reopening, our operational information, and more.〈Enoshima Aquarium〉 The aquarium is located at a great place where you can view both Mt Fuji on the west side, and Sagami bay and the scenic spot Enoshima on the south. It is known as a popula...

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