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Enoshima Iwaya Caves, Fujisawa

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Elevated high above the sea that eroded them thanks to multiple earthquakes, Enoshima Iwaya Caves first appeared in recorded history in the sixth century. In the 1970s, the caves were precarious and closed off due to general instability, but in 1993 the city cemented them and furnished them with handrails, giving visitors an opportunity for comfortable excursions underground. Inside you'll witness plastic models and statues, atmospheric lights, and strange cave formations. One of the tunnels is even said to lead all the way to the ice caves near Mt. Fuji. Make Enoshima Iwaya Caves a part of your Fujisawa vacation plans using our Fujisawa tourist route planner.
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  • But often go to Enoshima Iwaya is what? Admission of taking? Never visited in that sense. Once as I, in a very nice place and I understand. Cool cave do silent listening to nature and sound can be played while walking, you can try reading the history of Enoshima. I thought in the summer a warm in winter, summer is cool where it visited in January, but go now. I think the place where wishes come true, divine, and place walk in the light of the candle or the children and adults alike can enjoy.
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  • 要看到不一樣的日本自然景觀, 岩洞是不錯的選擇, 從江之島的燈塔走過來也要走個一二十分鐘, 上下樓梯好幾次, 路上有幾隻小貓貓, 可以慢慢走, 就不會走得很痛苦  more »
  • It is located at the end of the Enoshima Iwaya. To be able to worship in a cave with candles in old Shugendo is a mysterious place. I want you to experience a mysterious and visited by all means is the place at the end of the Enoshima.
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