- An area only one hour from Tokyo, where nature, including the ocean, and townscapes with a feel of the history and traditional culture are combined
- The Shonan area, where Enoshima and Kamakura are located, is known for its Pacific Ocean beaches and attractions. It has long been popular as a seaside resort close to Tokyo. Enoshima, the symbol island of Shonan, can be easily reached on foot by a bridge. A lighthouse, botanical gardens and shrines are popular draws. Kamakura is a historical site surrounded on 3 sides by hills and facing the ocean at its front. Numerous shrines and temples include the Great Buddha of Kamakura, and the streets of Kamakura are filled with atmosphere from its long and venerable history and traditional culture.
- Enoshima-Kamakura Freepass
- This ticket is an economical way to enjoy unlimited rides in the designated area. In addition, by presenting this ticket, you can receive perks and discounts for certain facilities, and enjoy various popular spots and gourmet food in Enoshima and Kamakura. See More
- Enoden 1-day pass ticket “Noriorikun”
- This is a convenient and advanced ticket that allows you to ride all you want on the entire Enoden line and gives you many special benefits at various wayside facilities. See More
- Enoshima Sea Candle
- The prominent Enoshima lighthouse and observatory deck called the Sea Candle is located at the center of the island of Enoshima. From the observatory deck, at a vertiginous 119.6m, splendid views of distant seas and mountains are to be seen.
- Enoshima Aquarium
- Enoshima Aquarium is located on the shore across the bridge from Enoshima. The exhibits such as the Sagami Bay Zone which recreates the bay of Enoshima, and the Jellyfish Fantasy Hall are unmissable.
- The 11.35m tall Great Buddha of Kamakura meditates resplendent in Kotoku-in, Hase. The Great Buddha is a popular highlight of many Kamakura excursions and is usually thronged with tourists and pilgrims all year round. You can even enter inside the giant cast bronze statue.
- Hasedera Temple
- Hasedera Temple is located just minutes away from the shore above a hill overlooking the Shonan coastline. With its rich natural setting, the scener is worth visiting especially during the rainy season (around June) and at the fall of the autumn leaves (end of November to the beginning of December). The statue of the Eleven-faced Kannon Bosatsu is famous for its magnificent wood craftsmanship.
- Enoshima Shrine and Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise-dori Street
- Enoshima Shrine is one of the three major shrines in Japan dedicated to the goddess Benzaiten. It consists of three shrines: Hetsumiya, Nakatsumiya, and Okutsumiya. Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise-dori Street is a historic shopping street that runs from the entrance of Enoshima to Enoshima Shrine. The street is lined with inns, restaurants and souvenir stores, and is crowded with tourists.
- Kamakurakokomae Station and Enoden
- Kamakurakokomae Station with its railroad crossing is a famous location that has appeared in anime and TV shows. The combination of the Enoden passing through the crossing and the sea makes this a popular photo spot. From the station platform, you can see the ocean spread out in front of you.
- Tsurugaoka Hachimangu
- Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, the symbol of Kamakura, is located close to Kamakura Station. The beautiful shrine buildings painted in red are the highlight of the visit, and its extensive garden grounds are always popular with locals and tourists alike.
- Komachi-dori Street
- Komachi-dori Street located close to Kamakura Station is always very busy with tourists purchasing souvenirs. You can find many miscellaneous Japanese goods and stylish articles.