Enoshima-Kamakura is one of the most popular daytrip destination from Tokyo. It is famous for the beautiful temples and shrines, as well as the beautiful sea and the long beach. It is a place that you can feel Japan in good old days and be relaxed. Compared with other tickets, the Enoshima-Kamakura Free Pass has the most reasonable price for visitors who plan for a one-day trip.
As this free pass allows you to choose from many stations as the station you get on the train (the price varies), here we will introduce free pass starting from Shinjuku Station which is most frequently used.
This free pass allows you to take one round trip from Shinjuku Station (ODAKYU Line) to Fujisawa Station (ODAKYU Line) and unlimited rides on Enoden Line and Odakyu Line (from Fujisawa Station to Katase Enoshima Station).
Where and how to buy
There are two ways to buy this free pass.
1. Odakyu Line ticket vending machines. In this case, passes can only be purchased on the day you plan to travel. You can refer to How to purchase a Freepass for more details.
2. Odakyu Sightseeing Service Center. You can click here for more details.
The price depends on the station you get on the train. Starting from Shinjuku Station will be as below.
Adult: 1470 yen
Child: 740 yen
There are some facilities in Kamakura and Enoshima where you can get a discount or free gift by showing this free pass. For example,
・Enoshima Aquarium: 10 percent discount;
・Enoshima ESCAR(Escalator): Adult: 360 yen ⇒ 320 yen; Child: 180 yen ⇒ 160 yen;
・Hase Temple: free gift;
Further details on discount and other information can be found here.
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