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Fujisawa City’s Enoshima Island is just an hour south of Tokyo and an absolute contrast in atmosphere. Open, relaxed and lush with greenery, Enoshima is a must-see destination when one is in need of some fresh air and a break from the hustle-and-bustle of one of the world’s most densely-populated cities. On the island itself, Enoshima actually has three shrines, which are all collectively known as Enoshima Jinja (shrine). On my most recent visit, I took a walking route on the west-side of the island and discovered Okutsunomiya, one of the aforementioned three shrines and possibly the coolest sculpture that I have ever seen.

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Useful link: Discover Fujisawa

Name Enoshima Okutsunomiya Shrine
Category Shrine
Address 〒251-0036 Kanagawa-ken, Fujisawa-shi, Enoshima, 2 Chome−6−15
Access [map]〒251-0036 Kanagawa-ken, Fujisawa-shi, Enoshima, 2 Chome−6−15[/map]
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Matt De Sousa

Matt De Sousa

Tokyo-based videographer, photographer, occasional writer and student of Japanese language. Originally from Melbourne, Australia. Lover of all things Dragon Ball.

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