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Enoshima Island, Fujisawa

(4.4/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
Escape the busy city streets and relax on the warm sands of Enoshima Island, a small island that boasts the closest sandy beaches to Tokyo. Linked with the mainland by a bridge, the island is easily accessible, serving as a popular weekend getaway spot for many locals. Surf, go boating, or relax and sunbathe on the soft sandy beaches. Explore the cliffs and tidal pools on the southern coast, visit a shrine dedicated to the goddess of music, or sample the island's delicious fresh seafood. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Enoshima Island by using our Fujisawa trip itinerary builder.
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  • From Tokyo, we did this visit which we loved! In less than an hour by car, with Mount Fuji to accompany us throughout the trip we arrived to this small and very pretty island. We went in January, with a sunny day, didn't get cold and we enjoyed the trip pleasantly. It is important to have a comfortable shoes because you have to climb several stairs. On the island is full of places to eat, two shrines one shinto and other Buddhist. And the must-see natural caves. Also an Observatory. That entry allows you to enter the caves. But also you can only get to the caves. Dreamed of. Don't let's go. Is very cute and something different!
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  • Wow, even though winter is. Famous shop matrix is. Also, violently up and down, walk from end to end and very tired.
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  • The impression was the timing of the Chinese new year, so there's also many, many people. But the weather is fine, see Mt. Fuji partic walk and think and feel good ~
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