Enoshima Island is one of the few places where we can get a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji in the winter (Nov to Mar). This tour is available throughout the year.
• It's only 60 minutes from Tokyo! Who would have thought this nature paradise exists so close to the city?
• An early start would ensure a better view.
• Early blooming cherry blossoms in Enoshima are another treat in late Feb.
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Feel free to personalize this offer.
Your Central Tokyo or Yokohama hotel OR at Katase-Enoshima train station
= Magnificent view of Mt.Fuji. Ferry to Enoshima Caves. (winter time)
= Stroll around the island and visit cave shrines, Enoshima Shrine, Buddhist temple, and Lovers' Hill.
= Shopping at stalls in the shrine area.
Entrance = 400JPY/person; 1hr extra = 3,500JPY (for the group)
Free entrance; 1hr extra = 3,500JPY (for the group)
Entrance = 500JPY/person (you & guide)
JR Kamakura Station
Perfect tour for people of all ages!
Plenty of scenic spots and photo opps.
A cost-effective way to see two of the most popular sights in Japan--view of Mt. Fuji and the Great Buddha.
Lovers' Hill is quite popular among couples.
The following are PAID IN CASH on the day/s of the tour.
= Transportation (you & guide) = approx. 2,700JPY/person (Tokyo round trip including ferry ride)
= Guide transportation to meet-up place (given to guide on tour date)
. . . = 1,200JPY for Central Tokyo, Yokohama, and Enoshima station
. . . = 1,600JPY for Haneda Airport
= Entrance fee for cave shrines and the Great Buddha Temple (only for you) = 700JPY / person
= Lunch / food / drink (you & guide)
A: Hasedera Temple = entrance 400JPY/person, 1hr extra (3,500JPY)
B: Money-Washing Shrine = no entrance fee, 1hr extra (3,500JPY)
C: Sea Candle observatory deck (you & guide) = entrance 500JPY/person
= Requires walking around the island (approximately 3km for the entire trip) as well as going up and down stairs. Please note that the additional options also involve walking (Options A & B) and stair-climbing (Option A).
= Lunch at Enoshima : fast food, street food, or Japanese seafood lunch
Thank you T-Chan (Toshi-San) for an amazing day in Tokyo. I was a solo traveler with one day in Tokyo. T-Chan made it a truly unforgettable day. My day with Toshi started when she picked me up promptly at my Shinjuku hotel. She then took me to experience TeamLab Planets - a spectacular body immersive digital arts experience - in Odaiba. Along the way, we rode the fully automated train and she showed me different sights along the train line. Second stop was the Onsen in Odaiba. This was a most unique experience I wouldn’t have been able to manage without T-Chan with me. We enjoyed the onsen, the shops and the bath. It felt like a relaxing afternoon with a good friend. Next, T-Chan showed me the shops in Odaiba, where we walked around and she helped me find the items I was looking for. T-Chan knew where to shop and was willing to adjust the schedule to accommodate my interests. I was truly happy with my shopping purchases. Then we proceeded to Shinjuku where she showed me the interesting sights and places unique to the area. She gave me more information for the rest of my stay, before we parted ways. My day with T-chan was unhurried but filled with memorable sights and experiences. I only had a day with her in Tokyo but the memories will last me a lifetime. Thank you very much T-Chan for everything. I highly recommend Toshi-San. She is efficient, articulate and accommodating. She will work with you to make the best of your time in Japan.
Thank you Karyna-chan! So delighted to hear you had a relaxing layover. I felt like you were one of my old friends, too. We, Japanese, have the Onsen culture. Even in the heart of Tokyo, we could soak in the natural hot spring. Amazing, isn’t it? As we are both dog-person, exploring pet stores was so fun! I hope your dogs will love the kimono costumes which you bought for them. How did you like sake? We sampled 5 varieties. I liked the sparkling sake the best. There are more trendy spots in Tokyo. Let’s go to Shibuya next time! Hope to see you again.
We had a wonderful tour with Toshi today. It was very interesting, informative and entertaining! Toshi modified our tour to add in all of our requested inclusions and the tour flowed easily. I really appreciated her encouragement to join in the Kawaii Monster Show and this was an absolute highlight! Toshi also gave us lots of information on what to do for our remaining time in Tokyo and she pointed out lots of things during our time, that you would miss not being a local. I highly recommend Toshi as a guide and this was a great experience for our family. Thank you Toshi x
Arigato, Annette! Harajuku was fun, wasn't it? So glad we managed to hit all the spots you wanted. We felt as if we were surrounded by an explosion of color and ultimate cuteness at Kawaii Monster Café. So glad to hear you enjoyed dancing on the giant pink cake! You now have quite a collection of memories: dog café, the rainbow-colored food, the cosplay store, the dazzling display of products in the stores, the surreal mirror escalator, etc. (I can stare at this all day long!) Ukiyoe museum was very impressive, wasn’t it? They change the exhibit every two months. You need to come back and check other collections. Enjoy the rest of your Tokyo stay! Hope to see you again soon!
We spent a fabulous day with T-Chan! She was organised, knowledgeable, polite, expert and caring. She took us to the places we were interested in but enhanced our itinerary further with other suggestions and places. We fit a lot in the day but didn’t feel overly rushed. Our relatively young children also enjoyed the day very much which can be challenging. T-Chan even provided us with summary notes at the end of the day of everything we had seen. Really great! Thank you so much T-Chan!
Thank you, K-chan! So delighted to know that all of you enjoyed our tour. I did, too. We were so lucky that we were able to take group photos with two sumo wrestlers in Ryogoku! The atmosphere in Asakusa was still quite festive with its New Year decor. The highlight of the tour was Harajuku. The girls really liked the store and said “I want to buy everything here!” It was hard to leave as there were so many cute stuff, wasn’t it? Next time, let’s take a Purikura photo together! Hope to see you again.
Thank you so much Toshi for accomodating our large group during very busy times. You went out of your way to help us organise the bookings with our JR passes & then it was down to the fun stuff. We thoroughly enjoyed your tour & appreciated the maps you gave us at the end to help us. Your suggestions you emailed to us after our tour as to other activities the kids might enjoy and what train line to use when we returned to a different area of Tokyo were also greatly appreciated. You went above & beyond so thank you ?
Thank you, Wendy! I'm so pleased to hear my travel tips helped you. It was fun to see all of you enjoy our tour! The weather was very cooperative that day. The Meiji Jingu Shrine grounds was so serene that we totally forgot we were in the center of a big city. Don’t you think so? Harajuku has been my favorite place since I was a teenager. One day is not enough to check out all trendy stores. Did you go to Kabukicho at night? It’s quite different compared to what we saw in the morning. Please come back so we can explore more of Tokyo together. A different season is also good. Hope to see you again!