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Not that much to see or do in Kamakura as the beach is nothing special when it comes to waves or nice beaches ,to many tsunami barriers but Enoshima island is worth a visit for the temples and view
Can’t believe it but some people...More
Second time to visit this place. Can't imagine visiting Kamakura without sightseeing in Enoshima!
This islet is accessed through a narrow bridge (called Enoshima Bridge) from Kamakura. It was windy on our day of visit, so it seemed quite an adventure to cross this bridge;...More
After the Great Buda this is a must to visit place in Kamakura. There’s plenty of great small restaurants with local food and souvenir shops. Also, on the way to the top(were Enoshima Sea Candle is), there’s lots of temples. It was an experience that...More
There's a little bit of everything on this island: souvenir shops, restaurants, forest paths, shrines, beaches, caves, and even views of Mt. Fuji if you're lucky (which we were!). Really enjoyable day trip from Tokyo, paired with Hase-der temple in Kamakura.
Enoshima Island is a 10-15 walk from Katase Enoshima station on the Odakyu Train Line. The whole train side is so enjoyable as it provides a scenic view of the cost and kinda old school. The walk is pretty much fool proof to Enoshima Island,...More
Read online that Enoshima is a cat island and offers a good view of Mt Fuji. Unfortunately, we only saw 4 cats (as many as we have at home) and the weather was not on our side and Mt Fuji, or any other mountain, was...More
We had a day for a trip and we‘nt sure about this! After all we made the right decission! ;) thanks to japanese perfectly run railway system we arrived fast and had a nice walk towards the island. up on the island‘s peak there are...More
It was a warm Sunday afternoon of March, so the weather was with us. We first walk along the beach Kugenuma Kaigan, and then went to visit Enoshima.
There was a astounding view on Mount Fuji from the beach, with the sun going down just...More
Enoshima Island is a great place to go to enjoy half a day, see some cool shops and a great view. Crossing the bridge is neat and there is all kinds of food to chow down on when you get there. They change the theme...More
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There are three ways to get there. 1. From Jr. Hiratsuka train station, take local Tokaido line train that heads Tokyo/Yokohama, and get off at Fujisawa station. And then, transfer to Enoden train that heads to Kamakura... More
There are three ways to get there. 1. From Jr. Hiratsuka train station, take local Tokaido line train that heads Tokyo/Yokohama, and get off at Fujisawa station. And then, transfer to Enoden train that heads to Kamakura, then get off at Enoshima station. There will be 10 - 15 min walk to Enoshima island from this station. But Enoden is very popular to tourist and it runs every 10-15min. 2.From Jr. Hiratsuka station, take Tokaido line that heads Tokyo/Yokohama, then get off at Fujisawa station. Then go to South exit and take local bus that goes Enoshima island. Bus run every 30 min or so, and this bus takes you right in front of the island. View from bus also fun. 3. From Jr. Hiratsuka train station, take local Tokaido line train that heads Tokyo/Yokohama, and get off at Fujisawa station. And then, transfer to Odakyu train that heads to Enoshima, then get off at Enoshima station. There will be 10 - 15 min walk to Enoshima island from this station. Taking Enoden might be most popular way, but if you want cut back waking, using bus is good. Enjoy.