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Enoshima Iwaya Caves, Fujisawa

(3.2/5 based on 140+ 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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  • 這是個充滿江之島歷史的岩洞, 就是說江之島的原能就是因為岩洞內的神而成的. 500YEN進內參觀 最有特色的是要拿著蠟燭進去 而對著岩內的神像拍手兩下都有閃光的話, 願望就會成真(提示: 要自信點拍手)  more »
  • This is the place 2 times of Enoshima Island, learned for the first time. Of less than 500 yen now. Thought I walked as if I was watching more and more people are going to go now. Candles, the exploration mood. But not far. Hole through Mount Fuji. Mysterious. In the light of the candles I saw or the name of the Buddha. The second cave Dragon. Clap your hands twice and kyara improvement and the Dragons back soon come true? I, optical I.!
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  • I guess you need certain understanding of the history and the meaning of the place. The cave is created by the great nature. It's believed to be connected to Mt. Fuji. This is the origin of the Enoshi...  more »