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Enoshima, about an hour train ride South-West of Tokyo, is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and for good reason. There are numerous things to see and do, including the Enoshima Caves, the lighthouse and surrounding gardens, the rocky eastern coast, among others. When venturing outside of Tokyo, one of the things I enjoy most is taking walking or hiking routes. As Tokyo is so heavily urbanised, it is not easy to get a dose of nature along with a nice view, so I always make sure when visiting an area such as Enoshima that I get in a couple of solid walks. After visiting the main Enoshima Shrine, you can take this particular walking route to make your way towards the Okutsumiya Shrine.

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Useful link: Discover Fujisawa


Name Enoshima Shrine Walking Route
Category Walking
Address 2-6-15, Enishima, Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture
Access [map]2-6-15, Enishima, Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture[/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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