Enoshima is famous for the fact that you can go there for a day trip from Tokyo. Brimming with nature, the summer sea, the beautiful sunsets of autumn, and the light displays of winter--it's a popular sightseeing spot enjoyable year-round.
This time, we'll show you essential great spots to check out on Enoshima during autumn.
Autumn is whitebait season!
Fresh and juicy whitebait.
Whitebait is caught during springtime months of May and June, and during the fall months of October and November. This time of the year fatty whitebait can be eaten due to the lower temperature of the water.
A spectacular location where you can get a fabulous view of the Pacific ocean from your patio. We recommend snacking on fresh seafood as you sip on alcohol!
2-5-7 Kanagawa-ken Fujisawa-shi Enoshima
Business hours: 10:00am till 30 minutes after sunset
Fujisawa Enoshima Fireworks Festival
Saturday, October 21, 2017, 6:00pm to 6:45pm
A fireworks festival with a great view of Enoshima.
Don't miss the two-shaku fireworks balls, spanning a diameter of up to 480 meters, shoot up above the ocean.
Why not top off an enjoyable day of sightseeing around Enoshima with some fireworks at night?
Located on Enoshima, the Enoshima Shrine has a history of over 1,000 years.
It is a shrine famous for economic fortune that is visited by many tourists each day.
A symbol of Enoshima--the Enoshima Sea Candle.
The observation tower grants a 360 degree view of the entire island.
Chigogafuchi offers an expansive and exhilarating view of the Pacific Ocean.
Sunsets are extremely beautiful when viewed from this spot, rightfully being picked as one of the Top 50 Fantastic Views in Kanagawa.
A shoreline cavern created from erosion of the waves.
Why not do some cave exploring in Enoshima?
Be sure to pay a visit to these places when you move to Tokyo!