Enoshima is a tied island connected to the mainland via a sandbar. Known for its picturesque scenery since ancient times, the island is also home to Enoshima-jinja Shrine and numerous other historic Shinto shrines. Sightseeing spots have continued to accrue on the island over time, including the Samuel Cocking Garden as well as a stone monument dedicated to the 1964 Olympics. The Enoshima Sea Candle lighthouse, which is lit up beautifully at night, is a more recent addition. In times past and today, Enoshima remains a popular tourist destination visited by countless travelers.

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Update date:2024.03.04

Kanagawa Pref. Fujisawashi Enoshima map map Map
[Contact] Fujisawa City Tourism Center

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  • Stumbled into a charming area
    5.0 Reviewed : 2022.12.17
    Was looking for lunch on the way to Fujigawaguchiko and we hit this town. A seaside area with much to see and eat. A day trip for those from Tokyo seems viable but I was driving so can’t comment much...
  • Island with interesting things to see
    5.0 Reviewed : 2022.12.04
    This island is definitely worth a visit. Many shops to walk into to buy food or souvenirs. However, there are many flights of steps to climb. Good to drive into the island & park at the carpark...
  • Timeless beauty.
    5.0 Reviewed : 2022.11.11
    Very scenic view of the island and worth walking and enjoying the breeze in your face.Buy the one day free pass to take the enozen and admire the area! You will literally see the sea stretching...

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