Guidebook for Fujisawa-shi

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Guidebook for Fujisawa-shi

Getting Around

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小田急電鉄
Shōnankaigankōen Station
江ノ島電鉄

Sightseeing

■Enoshima(江ノ島) Only a short train ride west of Kamakura, Enoshima (江の島) is a pleasantly touristy island just off the coast but connected by bridge with the mainland. https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3117.html
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Enoshima
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■Enoshima(江ノ島) Only a short train ride west of Kamakura, Enoshima (江の島) is a pleasantly touristy island just off the coast but connected by bridge with the mainland. https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e3117.html
■Enoshima Shrine(江ノ島神社) Enoshima Shrine consists of three separate shrines that are located in different places around the island. The main complex includes an octagonal building that houses one of Japan's three most venerated statues of Benten, the patron goddess of Enoshima.
Enoshima Shrine (Hetsunomiya)
■Enoshima Shrine(江ノ島神社) Enoshima Shrine consists of three separate shrines that are located in different places around the island. The main complex includes an octagonal building that houses one of Japan's three most venerated statues of Benten, the patron goddess of Enoshima.
●Enoshima Sea Candle(江ノ島シー・キャンドル) ●Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden (江ノ島サムエル・コッキング苑) This botanical garden was established by English merchant Samuel Cocking in 1862 and contains both Japanese and European influences. The garden covers 10,000 square meters, and includes a variety of South Pacific plants and other seasonal flowers that can be enjoyed all year round. https://enoshima-seacandle.com/
江の島展望灯台
●Enoshima Sea Candle(江ノ島シー・キャンドル) ●Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden (江ノ島サムエル・コッキング苑) This botanical garden was established by English merchant Samuel Cocking in 1862 and contains both Japanese and European influences. The garden covers 10,000 square meters, and includes a variety of South Pacific plants and other seasonal flowers that can be enjoyed all year round. https://enoshima-seacandle.com/
■Tsurugaoka Hachimangu(鶴岡八幡宮) http://www.tsurugaoka-hachimangu.jp/ Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is Kamakura's most important shrine. It was founded by Minamoto Yoriyoshi in 1063, and enlarged and moved to its current site in 1180 by Minamoto Yoritomo, the founder and first shogun of the Kamakura government.
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Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū
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■Tsurugaoka Hachimangu(鶴岡八幡宮) http://www.tsurugaoka-hachimangu.jp/ Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is Kamakura's most important shrine. It was founded by Minamoto Yoriyoshi in 1063, and enlarged and moved to its current site in 1180 by Minamoto Yoritomo, the founder and first shogun of the Kamakura government.
■Great Buddha of Kamakura http://www.kotoku-in.jp/en/ The Great Buddha of Kamakura (鎌倉大仏, Kamakura Daibutsu) is a bronze statue of Amida Buddha, which stands on the grounds of Kotokuin Temple. With a height of 11.4 meters, it is the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in Japan, surpassed only by the statue in Nara's Todaiji Temple.
Great Buddha of Kamakura
■Great Buddha of Kamakura http://www.kotoku-in.jp/en/ The Great Buddha of Kamakura (鎌倉大仏, Kamakura Daibutsu) is a bronze statue of Amida Buddha, which stands on the grounds of Kotokuin Temple. With a height of 11.4 meters, it is the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in Japan, surpassed only by the statue in Nara's Todaiji Temple.
■Engakuji Temple(円覚寺) http://www.engakuji.or.jp/access.html Engakuji (円覚寺) is one of the leading Zen temples in Eastern Japan and the number two of Kamakura's five great Zen temples. Engakuji was founded by the ruling regent Hojo Tokimune in the year 1282, one year after the second invasion attempt by the Mongols had been reverted. One purpose of the new temple was to pay respect to the fallen Japanese and Mongolian soldiers.
Engakuji
■Engakuji Temple(円覚寺) http://www.engakuji.or.jp/access.html Engakuji (円覚寺) is one of the leading Zen temples in Eastern Japan and the number two of Kamakura's five great Zen temples. Engakuji was founded by the ruling regent Hojo Tokimune in the year 1282, one year after the second invasion attempt by the Mongols had been reverted. One purpose of the new temple was to pay respect to the fallen Japanese and Mongolian soldiers.
■Enoshima Daishi(江ノ島大師) http://www.cityfujisawa.ne.jp/~daishi/ When the government forcefully separated Shinto and Buddhism during the Meiji Period, all three temples on Enoshima were destroyed and their land sold off. It was not until 1993 that a Buddhist temple returned to the island: Enoshima Daishi, a modern temple of the Shingon Sect, houses a six meter tall statue of Fudomyo, a protector of Buddhism.
Enoshimadaishi
■Enoshima Daishi(江ノ島大師) http://www.cityfujisawa.ne.jp/~daishi/ When the government forcefully separated Shinto and Buddhism during the Meiji Period, all three temples on Enoshima were destroyed and their land sold off. It was not until 1993 that a Buddhist temple returned to the island: Enoshima Daishi, a modern temple of the Shingon Sect, houses a six meter tall statue of Fudomyo, a protector of Buddhism.
■Houkokuji Temple 報国寺(ほうこくじ) http://www.houkokuji.or.jp/english.html Secluded in the hills of eastern Kamakura, Hokokuji (報国寺, Hōkokuji) is a small temple of the Rinzai Sect of Zen Buddhism. Originally founded during the early years of the Muromachi Period, Hokokuji was the family temple of the ruling Ashikaga Clan and was later also adopted as the family temple of the Uesugi Clan.
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Hokokuji
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■Houkokuji Temple 報国寺(ほうこくじ) http://www.houkokuji.or.jp/english.html Secluded in the hills of eastern Kamakura, Hokokuji (報国寺, Hōkokuji) is a small temple of the Rinzai Sect of Zen Buddhism. Originally founded during the early years of the Muromachi Period, Hokokuji was the family temple of the ruling Ashikaga Clan and was later also adopted as the family temple of the Uesugi Clan.

Entertainment & Activities

■Enoshima AQUARIUM (江ノ島水族館) http://www.enosui.com/en/ The Enoshima Aquarium is a large, modern aquarium found along the beach across the bridge from Enoshima.
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신에노시마 수족관
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■Enoshima AQUARIUM (江ノ島水族館) http://www.enosui.com/en/ The Enoshima Aquarium is a large, modern aquarium found along the beach across the bridge from Enoshima.
■Enoshima Island Spa(江の島アイランドスパー) https://enoshimaislandspa.com/ The Enoshima Island Spa (Enospa) is a resort and day spa built along the rocky shore of Enoshima.
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Enoshima Island Spa
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■Enoshima Island Spa(江の島アイランドスパー) https://enoshimaislandspa.com/ The Enoshima Island Spa (Enospa) is a resort and day spa built along the rocky shore of Enoshima.

Food Scene

■Red Lobster Enoshima(レッドロブスター 江の島店) http://www.redlobster.jp/location/enoshima/
Red Lobster Enoshima
■Red Lobster Enoshima(レッドロブスター 江の島店) http://www.redlobster.jp/location/enoshima/
■KUA`AINA (クアアイナ 片瀬江ノ島店) https://www.kua-aina.com/shop/1847.html
Kua Aina
■KUA`AINA (クアアイナ 片瀬江ノ島店) https://www.kua-aina.com/shop/1847.html
■Mos Cafe Enoshima https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Restaurant_Review-g1021277-d9915520-Reviews-Mos_Cafe_Enoshima-Fujisawa_Kanagawa_Prefecture_Kanto.html
モスカフェ江ノ島店
■Mos Cafe Enoshima https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Restaurant_Review-g1021277-d9915520-Reviews-Mos_Cafe_Enoshima-Fujisawa_Kanagawa_Prefecture_Kanto.html
■Garb Enoshima(GARB 江ノ島) https://tabelog.com/en/kanagawa/A1404/A140403/14046997/
Garb Enoshima
■Garb Enoshima(GARB 江ノ島) https://tabelog.com/en/kanagawa/A1404/A140403/14046997/
■Naminori Chicken(なみのりチキン) https://tabelog.com/kanagawa/A1404/A140403/14068587/
Naminori Chicken
■Naminori Chicken(なみのりチキン) https://tabelog.com/kanagawa/A1404/A140403/14068587/
OpenBiC CAFE Hemingway (オープンビックカフェ ヘミングウェイ) https://tabelog.com/en/kanagawa/A1404/A140403/14036651/
カフェ・バー ヘミングウェイ 江ノ島(Cafe&Bar Hemingway Enoshima)
OpenBiC CAFE Hemingway (オープンビックカフェ ヘミングウェイ) https://tabelog.com/en/kanagawa/A1404/A140403/14036651/
■Aloha Table Shonan Shop:Hawaiian Cafe (アロハテーブル 湘南) http://shonan.alohatable.com/
Aloha Table Shonan Shop:Hawaiian Cafe
■Aloha Table Shonan Shop:Hawaiian Cafe (アロハテーブル 湘南) http://shonan.alohatable.com/

Parks & Nature

■Shonan Kaigan Park (Shonan Beach Park) is located in Fujisawa, the city known for the popular tourist destination, Enoshima. Since the nearby Kugenuma seashore opened as a seaside resort in mid-Meiji era, this area became a popular destination for beach-goers during the summer season and attracted a lot of artists and people of culture.
Prefectural Shonankaigan Park
■Shonan Kaigan Park (Shonan Beach Park) is located in Fujisawa, the city known for the popular tourist destination, Enoshima. Since the nearby Kugenuma seashore opened as a seaside resort in mid-Meiji era, this area became a popular destination for beach-goers during the summer season and attracted a lot of artists and people of culture.