Visit Fujisawa where the characters live & Enoshima's famous scenes!
“Aobuta” starts with a surprising scene when the main character meets a Senpai dressed as a bunny girl. This story fascinates people due to a wide variety of categories: rom-com, sci-fi, fantasy, school life, etc.
This tour begins in Fujisawa city where the main character lives and heads to Enoshima. You will find many spots - stations, alleys, and more scenes just as they are in the anime, making you feel as if you have fallen into the “Aobuta” world.
Enoshima has many fascinating sights that attract tourists. Enjoy famous seafood dish and the beautiful view of the ocean from the observatory all while experiencing "Aobuta".
Are you ready to jump into the “Aobuta” world now? Let’s go!
・Fujisawa, a normal residential area, suddenly turns into a special place because this is where the characters lived in the anime. Let’s go and check out where your favorite characters lived.
・Enoshima is a beautiful place close to one of Japan's popular tourist sites, Kamakura. In addition to visiting the places used in the Anime, you can enjoy eating local specialties and watching the gorgeous ocean from the observatory.
・JR Fujisawa station: You will find many scenes just as you saw in the animation - the coin locker where Mai placed her bunny girl costume and even the unique exterior of the station!
・Goshogaya Park: In the middle of the hill is the park where Sakuta and Tomoe kicked each other in the backsides. It’s a small, ordinary park but you will definitely enjoy taking photos because the scenery, equipment, and even the bench exactly match the animation! This park also appeared in the opening scene.
・Fujigaoka district: From the top of the high hill, where Sakuta and Mai's houses are located, you can look over the city where the characters lived. Thinking that the story developed here must make you feel very excited.
・Enoshima Electric Railway ”Fujisawa station”: You will see the station’s unique arched roof that the characters walked through on their way to school. Sakuta and the others must have been using this station to get to school. We will be taking the train to Enoshima from this station. The interior of the train is also precisely drawn in the anime which is pretty awesome!
Enoshima Benten Bridge: Enoshima is called the Japan’s 'Mont Saint-Michel'. Sakuta and Tomoe cross this large bridge to get to Enoshima for their date, and Tomoko described her junior high school life to Sakuta. Enjoy the gorgeous view of the ocean from this bridge.
・Path to Enoshima Shrine: On the path to Enoshima Shrine, there are a lot of food stands and restaurants where you can try takoyaki rice crackers and various dishes that use shirasu (tiny clear fish). You can walk around and try the food or rest your feet at a shop.
・Enoshima Shrine, Hetsunomiya: We will take you to the shrine using the same path which Sakuta took on his date. When you follow their steps, you will find many scenes you saw in the anime. Did you know the heart-shaped Ema (wooden plaques for writing one’s wishes) actually exists? Might be a good idea to write your wishes on this Ema!
・Nakatsumiya Square Wood Deck: Finally we are here - the wood deck where Tomoe confessed her love to Sakuta. You can look over the beautiful ocean while recalling the heart beating scene.
・Enoshima Sea Candle (Shonan Observatory Lighthouse): You have already climbed up this far so why not go up to the observatory lighthouse that you saw when you were exploring the city? The clear blue ocean you see from above is spectacular! Also, you can enjoy the beautiful flower garden at the foot of the observatory lighthouse.
・Shichirigahama Beach: Let’s use the Enoden railway to get to Shichirigahama Station, which you saw repeatedly in the animation. It is the closest station to the high school that Sakuta and others attended. Shichirigahama has been chosen as one of the hundred most beautiful coasts in Japan. There were a lot of famous scenes that took place here. How many do you remember?
・Please wear comfortable clothing as this tour involves a lot of walking.
・Please be aware that if it rains on the tour date, part of the routes/spots will be changed.
・The tour begins and ends in different locations. If you would like to change the location of where the tour ends, please consult with your tour guide.
・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.
・Please be aware that this tour involves walking up/down staircases and hills, and is not suitable for people in wheelchairs.
The following expenses are not included in the tour fee. Please bring extra money to experience this tour to its fullest.
-Travel expenses and entrance fees (about JPY 1,000)
-Money for food, souvenirs and extra activities not mentioned in the explanation of the tour above.
At the entrance of JR Fujisawa station
※Please do not confuse with Odakyu Line "Fujisawa station" or Enoden Railway "Fujisawa station"