関東

The Kanto district is area classification to be located in the eastern part of Honshu of Japan. This area consists of Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa. Sightseeing spots of Kamakura, Nikko, Hakone, Izu are included than Tokyo Metropolitan Area in a wide area.

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What to see

Genjiyama Park, Kuzuharagaoka

When you go up the slope of the steep grade from Zeniarai Benzaiten, there is extensive Genjiyama Pa...

Hetsumiya (Enoshima Shrine)

The head shrine of Enoshima Shrine. Sanetomo Minamotono founded it in 1206 (Kenei 1), and Tagitsuhim...

Nakatsu-miya (Enoshima Shrine)

On the stairs from Hetsu-miya, there is luxurious main shrine painted in red with gongen-zukuri styl...

Okutsu-miya (Enoshima Shirine)

It is located in the depths of the island through Enoshima botanical garden and Yama Futatsu from Na...

Gokurakujizaka Kiridoshi Pass

Going out the wicket of Gokurakuji Station and going left side following the street. Then you can fi...

Maruyama Inari Shrine (Tsurugaoka Hachimangu)

Maruyama Inari Shrine is located on the hill in west side of the main shrine is called Jishu shrine ...

The Great Ginkgo (Tsurugaoka Hachimangu)

The Great Ginkgo which was called "The Kugyo's hidden gingko". It was fallen down by strong wind on ...

Yabusame Field (Tsurugaoka Hachimangu)

The horseback archery track which was the starting point of the Kamakura Road. It is approximately 2...

Taikobashi Bridge (Tsurugaoka Hachimangu)

When you walk the Dankazura following from the second torii and go through the third torii, then you...

Hanso-bo (Kencho-ji Temple)

The Hanso-bo in the middle to a Shojoken observation deck was built in the perfect location overlook...