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Sakai River Cycling Road

Central Area Full day 69

Go down a cycling track that runs along Sakaigawa, a river that passes through Yamato and Fujisawa, all the way to Enoshima. Along the way you'll find a section decorated with cherry blossoms, and you'll also be taking a break at Japan's smallest ranch. This is a great chance for active and sporty tourists to enjoy some easy cycling.

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Sakaigawa cycling road

Central Area 45m

This road runs parallel to the Sakai River, which passes through Yamato City, Fujisawa City, and ends at Enoshima. It is frequently used to get to Kamakura and...

Imada resting place

Shonan Area 15m

A resting stop on the cycling road that goes through Yamato City, Fujisawa City, and ends at Enoshima.

Sakaigawa Yusuichi Park

Yokohama, Kawasaki 30m

This park is the first city park maintained by the prefecture, and uses the area above the Sakai river to create a unique urban park.

Iida Farm Gelato

Shonan Area 30m

Smallest ranch in Japan and a great resting spot when cycling towards Enoshima. The gelato that can be eaten here is one of the pleasures of cycling.

Enoshima

Shonan Area 2h

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...

Why not develop your own trip from these destinations?

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