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Enoshima Samuel Cocking-en, Fujisawa

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  • It's worth visiting because of the sea candle tower. In addition, I saw some gardens and restaurant. If you understand Japanese, you can enjoy the small museum also.  more »
  • The Gardens, along with Iwaya Caves and the Sea Candle, were included in the Eno-Pass that I had purchased earlier that day to use the escalators getting up to the top of the island. Being Summer, the...  more »
  • We really enjoyed our walk through the gardens, both old and new. There were a lot of camellias, flowering trees, and hellebores blooming while we were there in March. The evergreens were well manicur...  more »
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  • Its relatively small garden. When we went they had varieties of Tulips. Its the first time i saw a tulip. Garden is well maintained . We got one day pass worth 1000 yen which includes Escar, Samuel Cocking Garden, Sea Candle and Cave. The pass was really worthy.
  • Went there for the illumination night. Nice place to spend a few hours for the view of mt fuji especially from the tower.
  • An English merchant Samuel Cocking developed a botanical garden here along with a greenhouse in 1880. All this was destroyed by the great Kanto earthquake. While working on the lighthouse restoration, the ruins of his greenhouse were discovered. The place is tidy now, and it's possible to go down into the red bricked ruins of the greenhouse basement.
  • excellent place!
  • Nice flowers, though man made. There's a lighthouse and an observatory as well!