Suggested Itineraries Must Visit Destinations
in Enoshima and Kamakura!
A One Day Itinerary Including
All of the Hot Spots

There are a ton of popular tourist destinations in Enoshima and Kamakura. Keep reading for a one-day itinerary that includes all of the must-see spots in the area.

A One Day Itinerary Including All of the Hot Spots

9:00 AMDepart from Shinjuku Station

Depart from Shinjuku Station

Take the Odakyu Line from Shinjuku Station to Fujisawa Station. It's about an hour-long ride to your destination.
If you want to get the most out of your trip, we recommend picking up the Enoshima-Kamakura Freepass.
This pass includes a round trip on the Odakyu Line to and from your destination (from the station you start at to Fujisawa), as well as unlimited rides on the Odakyu Line (between Fujisawa and Katase-Enoshima) and the entire Enoshima Electric Railway (Enoden) Line (from Fujisawa to Kamakura). As an added bonus, if you show your Freepass at participating shrines, temples, restaurants, and more, you'll get special discounts and perks!

You can save 390 yen on the itinerary featured with the Freepass!

10:15 AM Take the Enoden Line to Hase Station

Take the Enoden Line to Hase Station

Once you arrive at Fujisawa Station, transfer to the Enoden Line. From there, it’s about a 30-minute ride to Hase Station.
The Enoden’s retro vibe is sure to put you in the traveling mood! Watching the gorgeous scenery slowly pass you by is one of the charms of this train. Taking in the town and accompanying coastline as you head towards the former capital will get you excited for the journey ahead.

Once you get off at Hase Station, make your way to Kotoku-in.

7-minute walk

11:00 AM Kotoku-in


The famous cast bronze statue enshrined at Kotoku-in known as the Great Buddha of Kamakura was first erected in 1252. Including the base, this massive statue stands at a jaw-dropping 13.35m (approx. 43’8”). The Kamakura Buddha is Japan’s only Buddha statue that is considered a national treasure, so don’t miss it!

10-minute walk

11:45 AM Hasedera Temple

Japan’s seasonal beauty is perfectly encapsulated at Hasedera Temple. See cherry blossoms in the spring, hydrangeas in the early summer, the brilliant fall leaves, and plum blossoms in the winter/early spring. If you can find all of the adorable Ryo-en Jizo statues hidden on the temple grounds, it’s said that you’ll be able to find your perfect match! Be sure to make your way to the observatory for a panoramic view of Kamakura and the nearby sea.

Hasedera Temple
Hasedera Temple
5-minute walk to Hase Station

Go to Hase Station and take the Enoden Line to Kamakura.

Approx. a 5-minute ride on the Enoden Line

12:45 PM Komachi-dori Street

Komachi-dori Street

Explore Komachi-dori Street, Kamakura’s liveliest shopping street. This street is lined with places offering everything from Kamakura seafood to popular sweets. There are also shops that sell traditional Japanese souvenirs, so take this opportunity to search for something for your loved ones.

5-minute walk

2:00 PM Tsurugaoka Hachimangu

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is a shrine with an 800-year history. Experience Kamakura’s history at the main shrine and other spots on the shrine grounds. Many events take place here throughout the year, including wedding ceremonies. If you're lucky, you may catch a glimpse of a beautiful bride in a traditional wedding outfit!
Once you’ve thoroughly experienced Kamakura, head back to Kamakura Station and take the Enoden Line to Enoshima.

10-minute walk to Kamakura Station
25-minute ride on the Enoden Line to Enoshima Station
15-minute walk

3:30 PM Enoshima Shrine and Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise-dori Street

Enoshima Shrine is one of three major shrines in the country where the goddess Benzaiten is enshrined. If you’re looking for luck in love, finances, or business, this is the place to go! You may feel luckier in these departments after a visit to this shrine.
After stopping by Enoshima Shrine, check out Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise-dori Street, a historical shopping street filled with eateries and souvenir shops. You may discover some Japanese snacks that look so good that you find yourself snapping a ton of photos!

Enoshima Shrine
Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise-dori Street

4:30 PM Sunset at Enoshima Sea Candle

Considered a symbol of the Shonan area, the Enoshima Sea Candle is a fantastic spot to get a beautiful view of the island in the evening. If the sky is clear, you may even be able to see Mount Fuji! Seasonal events where you have the chance to see beautiful lanterns, candles and other lights also take place at the Enoshima Sea Candle.

Sunset at Enoshima Sea Candle
Sunset at Enoshima Sea Candle
20-minute walk


There are over 100 original dishes on the menu at iL CHIANTI BEACHE, including a pizza topped with Enoshima’s famous whitebait. Unwind at this spacious restaurant with a casual vibe.

5-minute walk

8:00 PM Head Back to Shinjuku from Katase-Enoshima Station

After dinner, catch the train at Katase-Enoshima Station and head back to Shinjuku. Enjoy the feeling of travel right up until the end at this station designed to look like the fictional Ryugu Castle. If you take the Romancecar, an express train with 100% reserved seating, you can enjoy a stress-free trip back to your starting point.
*The Romancecar schedule varies depending on the day. Please check the schedule for exact times.

Head Back to Shinjuku from Katase-Enoshima Station
Head Back to Shinjuku from Katase-Enoshima Station