Ride the Enoshima Electric Railway along the coast of Kamakura!
The Enoshima Electric Railway, known as Enoden, is a retro train line loved by the locals and tourists, and is the transportation method you will be using throughout this tour. The train moves at a comfortable speed, allowing you to enjoy the scenery of Kamakura's rich nature, made up of its coastline and mountains. Take your camera with you to photograph different scenes of the Enoden passing by, as well, such as it passing through the city in amongst the traffic, coming out of a tunnel or running past a shrine's torii gate. You will also visit Kamakura's island, Enoshima, to enjoy beautiful views of the sky, ocean and rocky beaches, and you might even catch Mount Fuji in the distance!
・Travel through Kamakura, all the way out to Enoshima and back, on the Enoshima Electric Railway (Enoden).
・Enjoy the scenic combinations that the Enoden offers viewers as it runs through Kamakura. Take photos of the retro train passing through the city and tunnels, passing by torii gates of shrines and running along the coast.
・Sightseeing on Kamakura's island, Enoshima, is also a highlight of this tour, with plenty of beautiful views to enjoy.
・Your otomo tour guide will guide you to a location, little known to visitors, where, on sunny days, you can get the view of both Enoshima and Mount Fuji!
・Enoshima Lighthouse Observation Tower (Enoshima Sea Candle)
・Enoden Line, Koshigoe Station
・Railroad crossing of Slam Dunk
・Twilight Bar Snug.
・Please come in comfortable clothing, as this tour involves a lot of walking.
・We have not included any particular lunch/dinner places in this tour, but you are welcome to stop for a break and eat whenever and wherever you like.
・On Tuesdays and every other Wednesday, Twilight Bar Snug. is closed. If any of the scheduled places are closed on the day you visit, your tour guide will take you to an alternative location.
Please bring at least JPY2,100 with you (per person) on the day to cover your travel expenses, entrance fees and other necessary costs.
*(money for souvenir shopping is not included)
In front of East exit gate, JR Kamakura Station