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Fujisawa-juku and sushi-making experiences

Shonan Area 6h15m

In the area at the north exit of Fujisawa Station, you'll find warehouses and Teramachi stretching out. Moreover, Satsumaya in Fujisawa-shuku holds sushi making classes in English, so this is a great opportunity to have an authentic sushi making experience.

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Fujisawa Bridge

This is a historic bridge over the Sakai River near 'Fujisawa-shuku' that used to be the sixth post-town on the road 'Tokaido'. There are a lot of temples and shrines near here, and it still remains modern warehouses and shops.

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Yugyo-ji Temple

The head temple of Ji-shu Buddhism (time sect) worshipping Priest Ippen as the founder. Many events are held throughout the year, including a ceremony for the anniversary of the founder’s death (Kaisanki), and Susuki Nenbutsu-e (prayer ceremony). This place is known as a place of relaxation for the locals and as a training ground with buddhist temples including a wooden main temple praise...

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Fujisawa Shuku (Maita Honjin Ato)

From the Edo Period, Fujisawa was designated as the 6th of 53 "Posting Stations" located along the Tokaido Road (from Edo to Kyoto). In the Fujisawa Posting Station (Fujisawa-Shuku) around Yugyo-ji temple, the road marks of Maita Honjin, same as temples/shrines can still be seen. At the "Post Town Fujisawa Exchange Center" near Yugyo-ji temple, the information regarding the Fujisawa-Shuku are p...

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Satsumaya Honten (Sushi lessons)

Satsumaya Honten is about 15 to 20-minute drive from Kamakura/Enoshima, or 15 minute walk from Fujisawa Station (JR Tokaido, Enoshima Line). The head chef of the well-established sushi restaurant and the Okami who speaks English will give kind and understandable lessons, starting from the basics of how to cut and trim a fish. Lessons are always fun and have a homelike atmosphere.

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