Kamakura-Enoshima Pass

What is it?

The Kamakura-Enoshima Pass is a great way to enjoy Kamakura and Enoshima. If you are taking a trip from Tokyo, why not get off at Ofuna or Fujisawa Station and stop by the JR Ticket Office (Midori-no-madoguchi) to buy one? The pass allows unlimited rides in the Kamakura/Enoshima area on JR, Enoshima Electric Railway and the Shonan Monorail. This special deal is a wonderful way to enjoy strolls through the old capital of Kamakura and the beautiful coast around Enoshima.

Prices

Adults Children
Kamakura-Enoshima Pass 700 yen 350 yen

Where to Purchase

  • Purchase yours at a JR Ticket Office (Midori-no-madoguchi) or Travel Service Center (View Plaza) at Ofuna, Fujisawa, Kamakura or Kita-Kamakura Station.
  • Purchases may be made up to one month in advance of the valid date of the pass.
  • Passes written in English are available. Inquire at the time of purchase.
JR Ticket Office (Midori-no Madoguchi)
JR Ticket Office (Midori-no Madoguchi)
Travel Service Center (View Plaza)
Travel Service Center (View Plaza)

Validity Period

  • The Kamakura-Enoshima Pass is valid for one day.
  • Kamakura-Enoshima Passes can be used on any day.

Valid Train Routes

The Kamakura-Enoshima Pass allows unlimited rides in the Kamakura/Enoshima area on JR, Enoshima Electric Railway and the Shonan Monorail.

The designated open seating zone for the Kamakura-Enoshima Pass
The designated open seating zone for the Kamakura-Enoshima Pass
It is possible to walk between Enoshima Station and Shonan-Enoshima Station.

Exploring Kamakura and Enoshima with the Kamakura-Enoshima Pass

From Tokyo, Kamakura is about a 60-minute ride on the Yokosuka Line. Kamakura is where the bushi (samurai) culture developed, nearly a thousand years ago. Surrounded on three sides by mountains, Kamakura has excellent defenses and even today, many historical buildings remain standing. The shoreline of the Shonan and Enoshima area is so beautiful, it is known as the Miami Beach of the East, and marine sports are a popular draw.

Suggested Places to Visits
Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine - symbol of Kamakura

Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine - symbol of Kamakura

The Great Buddha at Kotoku-in Temple

The Great Buddha at Kotoku-in Temple

A view of Mount Fuji and the beautiful shoreline at Inamuragasaki Park

A view of Mount Fuji and the beautiful shoreline at Inamuragasaki Park

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Changes

  • The starting date of the pass may be changed once.

Refunds

  • Refunds can be obtained for unused, valid passes from any location where the ticket is sold. Refunds are available only for passes purchased from JR East.
  • Refunds are not made for canceled or delayed train service.

This information applies from April 2014.