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Enoshima Iwaya Caves, Fujisawa

(3.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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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  • 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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  • Candles have the water flow is exploring in the fun. Where I wrote like exploring the kids run around like would not, holding hands tightly, to keep an eye on is the better.
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  • I really loved visiting Enoshima caves. There are two natural caves which were historically turned into shrines. The caves today have statues and relics from those shrines. You don't need to leave muc...  more »