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Reviewed 11 July 2017

A beautiful place with magnificent Shrines. A nice area to feel and enjoy the local culture.
A wonderful point of view at the sunset to get the best picture of Mount Fuji.

Thank michelbonzi
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Reviewed 4 July 2017

We went to Enoshima Island as a day trip from Tokyo. We took the Odakyu Romance Car Train which was just a reserved car train to Enoshima. We purchased the train ticket/enoshima pass option which was 1970yen and it included the roundtrip to Enoshima, the escalators to go up the mountain, the sea candle and the Iwaya caves. It was a short walk across the bridge to Enoshima. The island is not very big but you have to follow the path to see all the sites.

It was a good day trip because you get to experience a little bit of everything. You get to see a temple, great views (sadly we couldn't see Mt. Fuji),flower garden, beach tide pools, and the sea caves. They also had great street food and restaurants with spectacular views. Overall, everyone agreed that it was a great day trip!

1  Thank velvet c
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Reviewed 3 July 2017

Spectacular view and nice local food. It's not far from the tram station, just cross the bridge. Worth spending a morning or afternoon. If lucky (nice weather), could see Mount Fuji (we couldn't because it was cloudy).

Thank shanghai2014de
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Reviewed 2 July 2017

The island wasn't packed, as it was a windy, rainy day. We still enjoyed reaching the top and seeing the views.

Thank Jody M
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Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

Whether you arrive by the monorail
from Ofuna, or via the fascinating train
journey from Kamakura, the two stations
are very close together. So it is very easy
to combine visits to Ofuna, Kamakura and
Enoshima in a one day trip from Tokyo,
provided you do not intend to include the
climbing to see the shrines at the top of
the island, which we had visited on earlier
visits.

The road from the stations to the seafront
involves a few minutes' walk and leads
directly to an underpass which takes you to
the footbridge to the Island of Enoshima.

Partway across the palm tree lined bridge,
there are boat trips available around the
island. A dozen or more hawks were hovering
above us on the lookout for food.

Directly facing the end of the bridge is a
cafeteria, outside which they serve drinks,
ice cream and freshly barbecued squid. To
the right is a narrow street which leads to
the stairway to the shrines. It is lined with
shops, small cafes and restaurants, providing
a wide range of foods, particularly seafood dishes.

Surprisingly, prices generally were lower than those
charged by many of the, seafront establishments on
the mainland, one of which charged me 1400 yen for
a small bottle of a local beer!

People were friendly, food was good and prices were
reasonable, with the added bonus of Mount Fuji on
the horizon to your right, if you are blessed with a
clear day.

If you leave Tokyo early, you can visit the beautiful
Buddha near Ofuna station, take the monorail to
Enoshima and have lunch on the island, before heading
to the station for trip to Kamakura. A brilliant day out
and lots to see!

1  Thank Barry C
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