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If you're a cyclist, try to rinko your bike further down the coast so you can work your way up through the various (large) beaches and through the whole Kamakura area.
I'd suggest heading out here as a day trip from Tokyo. There's quite a...More
My wife and I visited this Island as part of a day tour of the Kamukura District. This Island is a small place and can be accessed by a traffic bridge. There are 3 sets of escalators that are used for going up the hill,...More
We started the day catching a train from Shinjuku to Fujisawa. From here we went on the Enoshima Electric Railway and went right to the end to Kamakura. Kamakura was a great little town with a fabulous street with lots of shops, restaurants and shrines....More
If you are looking for a great way to while away time, relax and enjoy togetherness or even just "me" time, then this is the place to be. Taking a short train ride from Kamakura to Enoshima is a good start. The railway passes between...More
While visiting Kamakura, we decided to ride further down the line and visit this island. Once done we were able to hop onto the JR line in Fujisawa back towards Tokyo.
The local train from Kumakura will take you here or you can go from...More
I think it was too hot in August when we went, and I'm not the biggest shrine fan. We stayed three nights on the island at a nice home. But if you want to escape Tokyo, I suppose this is one way. From the train...More
Last time I was on Enoshima was 1998.
There are s not a big change, still nice to walk along the beach.
The food stalls are overpriced for a lousy food quality, to my understanding.
However it's a touristy place and it's to be expected.
If you're in one of the big cities and have a JR pass with you, it would be wise to also plan an escape cor 1 day or 1/2 a day. Enoshima is just lovely. Also, impress your friends by telling them that the sand...More
Sep2016. I walked over a long bridge (no shade so be prepared to be baked by the sun or else bring an umbrella) and I reached the small Enoshima island. Almost all the footpaths on Enoshima island are up/down hill. Not much flat areas. The...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.