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Travel tips for tickets in Kamakura & Enoshima area

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Kamakura One day Free Pass

Kamakura One day Free PassThis free pass allows you to take as many rides as you would like on 5 specified bus routes & some parts of the Enoshima Electric Railway in central Kamakura area in one day. The routes would cover the main attractions to visit in Kamakura.
Please see here for the routes.

Price
Adult 570 JPY / Children under 12 years old: 290 JPY
Selling dates
Through out the year except January 1st – 3rd.
Ticket offices
Locations at Kamakura station (鎌倉駅):
  • Kamakura City Tourist Information Center (Opening hours: 09:00 – 19:00)
  • Enoshima Electric Railway’s ticket counters at Kamakura station (Opening hours: 09:00 – 17:00)
  • Shonan Keikyu Bus service center at Kamakura station (Opening hours: Weekdays: 10:00 – 18:00 / Weekends and holidays: 09:00 – 14:00)
Locations at Hase station (長谷駅):
  • Enoshima Electric Railway’s ticket counters at Hase station (Opening hours: 06:30 – 17:00)
Locations at Kita-Kamakura station (北鎌倉駅):
  • Engaku-ji temple shop (Opening hours: 08:00 – 16:00 during December to February / 08:00 – 16:30 during March to November) – But in order to reach the shop, you will have to pay the entrance fee for Engaku-ji as well.
  • Kita-Kamakura old private house museum (北鎌倉古民家ミュージアム) (Opening hours: 10:00 – 17:00)

Shin-Enoshima Aquarium + Enoshima Sea Candle set tickets

Enoshima Aquarium + Enoshima Sea Candle set ticketsIf you are planning to visit the Shin-Enoshima aquarium while visiting Enoshima, this would be the best set ticket for you to purchase. It includes the entrance for the Shin-Enoshima aquarium, the Enoshima escar for going up to the lighthouse, the entrance to Samuel Cocking Garden, and the observatory for Enoshima Sea Candle.

Prices

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Regular Fee Set Ticket Amount of money you safe
Adult 2,850 yen 2,600 yen 250 yen
High school student 2,250 yen 2,100 yen 150 yen
Middle school student 1,750 yen 1,650 yen 100 yen
Elementary school student 1,370 yen 1,250 yen 120 yen
Ticket offices
You can purchase them at LAWSON and MINISTOP convenience stores located all over Japan.
Expiration date
Within 3 months of purchase.

Kamakura & Enoshima afternoon pass

Kamakura & Enoshima afternoon pass_1Kamakura & Enoshima afternoon pass_2If you are only planning to go up to the observatory at Enoshima Sea Candle, this would be the best ticket for you.
This ticket includes unlimited ride for Enoshima Electric Railway, the Enoshima escar for going up to the lighthouse, the entrance to Samuel Cocking Garden, and the observatory for Enoshima Sea Candle.

Since the ticket is only available after 13:00, this would be the perfect choice for the illumination light ups during the winter season.

Price
  • Adult: 1000 JPY
  • Children under 12 years old: 500 JPY
Expiration date
From 13:00 on the day of purchase until the last Enoden train
Ticket office (Sold after 13:00)
  • Electric Railway’s ticket counters at Kamakura station
  • Electric Railway’s ticket counters at Fujisawa station
  • Electric Railway’s ticket counters at Enoshima station

Enoshima Sea Candle Observation Deck set ticket

Enoshima Sea Candle Observation Deck set ticketThis set ticket includes the Enoshima escar for going up to the lighthouse, the entrance to Samuel Cocking Garden, and the observatory for Enoshima Sea Candle. Comparing to paying the price for each service separately, it is 110 JPY cheaper for adults, and 60 JPY cheaper for children.

Price
  • Adult: 750 JPY
  • Children under 12 years old: 370 JPY
Ticket office
Enoshima Escar First district’s ticket office. (Opening hours: 09:00 – 18:45)

Enoshima One Day Pass (eno=pass)

Enoshima One Day PassThis ticket allows you to use / enter the Enoshima escar, Samuel Cocking Garden, Enoshima Sea Candle, and Enoshima Iwaya (cave) as many time as you want in one day. Comparing to paying the price for each service separately, it is 360 JPY cheaper for adults, and 130 JPY cheaper for children.

There are 61 shops and restaurants located on Enoshima where you can show them your eno=pass for a 5% discount. You can also get 10% for your entrance to Shin-Enoshima aquarium and Enoshima island spa.

Price
  • Adult: 1000 JPY
  • Children under 12 years old: 500 JPY
Ticket office
  • Enoshima Escar First district’s ticket office. (Opening hours: 09:00 – 18:45)
  • Katase-Enoshima Tourist Information Center (Opening hours: 09:00 – 15:00 during March to October / 09:00 – 14:00 during November to February)
  • Fujisawa City Tourist Center (Opening hours: 09:00 – 15:00 during March to October / 09:00 – 14:00 during November to February)

eno=pass including Round trip Odakyu line tickets

This ticket includes the services of eno=pass + a round trip ticket from a station on Odakyu line to Fujisawa station. You will also have unlimited rides on the Odakyu line between Fujisawa station and Katase-Enoshima station.

Enoshima Escar

Enoshima EscarEnoshima Escar is the escalator that brings you from the entrance of the Enoshima Shrine up to the Enoshima’s lighthouse, Enoshima Seacandle.

You can purchase the tickets at the ticket counters of the Enoshima Escar.

Enoshima Escar (All Sections)
Regular Fees:
  • Adult: 360 JPY
  • Children: 180 JPY
Group Fees:
  • Adult: 220 JPY
  • Children: 110 JPY (more than 20 people)
Enoshima Escar (First district only) – Enoshima Shrine Hetsu Miya (江島神社辺津宮) –
  • Adult: 200 JPY
  • Children: 100 JPY
Enoshima Escar (Second district and Third district) – Enoshima Shrine Hetsu Miya (江島神社辺津宮) 〜Nakatsumiya (中津宮) 〜 Top of Enoshima island (江ノ島頂上部) –
  • Adult: 180 JPY
  • Children: 90 JPY
Enoshima Escar (Third district)
  • Adult: 180 JPY
  • Children: 90 JPY
*Children need to be under 12 years old.
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