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“Shonan no Hoseki (Jewels of Shonan)” Festival on Enoshima Island

It’s time to go to “Shonan no Hoseki (Jewels of Shonan)” Festival!

“Shonan no Hoseki (Jewels of Shonan)” is an illumination festival held for the 20th time this year and it’s approved as one of the three biggest illuminations in Kanto-area.As Each place in Enoshima is colored with sparkling illuminations centering around Enoshima Sea Candle (Enoshima Lighthouse). From the middle of December, you will enjoy seeing the superb views of 20,000 winter tulips and illuminations.

Don’t miss this romantic and lovely event! It would be lovely to take a walk up to the garden and explore the island.

“Jewels of Shonan” Festival

When: Saturday, November 23 to Sunday, February 16

Time: [from Nov. 23 to Jan. 13] 5:00pm~/ [from Jan. 14 to Frb. 16] 5:30 pm  *Closing time is different depending on each location

Location: the whole Enoshima Island [Samuel Cocking Garden (main venue)/ Enoshima Sea Candle/ Nakatumiya Square/ Kamegaoka Square/ Oiwayamichi Street/ Ryuren no Kane (Lover’s Hill) / Enoshima Iwaya Caves/ Enoshima Yacht Harbor]

Entrance Fee: Required at some places [Samuel Cocking Garden] Adults: 200 yen, Children under 12: 100 yen

When you visit Enoshima Island Spa during this period, you can enjoy a relaxing natural hot bath in the crispy winter air, while watching the sunset behind Mt. Fuji, with the added bonus of viewing the lovely illuminations around the island. Especially in the winter time we have many clear days with a good view of the snowed Mt.Fuji!

If you are interested in Aromaterapy treatment and dining at our restaurant, we are happy to help you with reservation!

Our Night Spa discount starts from 6:00 pm. Only with 1,965 yen per adult, you have access to pools and hot spring facilities. (Part of the outside pool area is closed during winter season.) We offer towels and spa robes to every guest and rental swimsuits are available. No reservation is required for spa entrance.

The Enoshima Island Spa is located across the bridge from Katase-Enoshima Station, just over an hour from the center of Tokyo. We have Enospa visit reports by our guests on the landing page. Take a look at their reviews. They will greatly help you to get a better feel of what Enospa is like! Our Facebook updates about Enospa’s recent news, special campaigns and various Enoshima island attractions regularly.

Enjoy the winter time in Enoshima Island!

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Enoshima Toro Lantern Festival 2019

[Light Up Whole Enoshima Island with Japanese Traditional Lanterns]

When it comes to summer in Enoshima, most people automatically think of relaxing on the beach. But do you know how real Enoshima enthusiasts spend their time on the island in summer? Let us give you the insider’s guide to the perfect Enoshima Summer day.

The best way to spend a relaxing day at Enoshima is a visit to Enospa, starting with a refreshing dip in the indoor / outdoor pools while taking in the gorgeous views of iconic Mt.Fuji. Ready to take relaxation to the next level? Next it’s time to soak in the restorative thermal waters of the onsen. The heat of the onsen water relaxes the muscles and boosts the metabolism, while the naturally occurring minerals are said to improve many health ailments.  Finally, no spa day is complete without a little pampering with a massage or facial treatment. As the sun starts to set, take a seat at the Island Grill Restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal while watching the sunset.

It’s not time to head home yet! A warm summer evening is the best time to stroll around Enoshima island. Did you know that every night in August, you can see many Japanese traditional lanterns (Toro/灯籠) positioned all over Enoshima Island. You can enjoy this traditional night illumination only at this time of the year.

Why don’t you take a walk to see this Toro festival after soaking in the hot spring at Enoshima Island Spa? 🙂

  • When: Every night in August
  • Time: After sunset (around 6:00 pm) to 8:30 pm
  • Where: Enoshima Island and on Subana Street in Katase Town Admission
  • Fee: Basically free. Admission is required to enter Samuel Cocking Garden and Iwaya Cave

 *Festival may be cancelled in the event of heavy rain or strong winds.

*Check here for more information on the Lantern Festival: http://travelenoshima.jp/festival/lantern.html

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“Jewel of Shonan” Festival on Enoshima Island

A winter illumination event on Enoshima island will start on Sat., November 25th this year. Lights around the Enoshima Sea Candle will be up until Sun., February 18. Don’t miss this romantic and lovely event. It would be lovely to take a walk up to the garden and explore the island.

“Jewel of Shonan” Festival

Period: Sat., November 25 – Sun., February 18 Venue:  Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden, Enoshima Sea Candle, Kamegaoka Square, Nakatsumiya Square, Enoshima Iwaya (Grottos), etc. Time: 5:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m.  (last entry 7:30 p.m.) on weekdays / 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.  (last entry 8:30 p.m.) on weekends and Mon., December 25 to Fri,. December 29 *Lighting time from Sat. January 20 to Sun. February 18 will be at 5:00 p.m.

So when you visit Enoshima Island Spa during the event period, you can enjoy a relaxing natural hot bath in the cryspy winter air, while watching the sunset behind Mt. Fuji, with the added bonus of viewing the lovely illuminations around the island. Especially in the winter time we have many clear days with a good view of the snowed Mt.Fuji!

Our Night Spa discount starts from 6 p.m. Only with 1,932 yen per adult, you have access to pools and hot spring facilities. (Part of the outside pool area is closed during winter season.) We offer towels and spa robes to every guest and rental swimsuits are available. No reservation is required for spa entrance.

The Enoshima Island Spa is located across the bridge from Katase-Enoshima Station, just over an hour from the center of Tokyo. We have Enospa visit reports by our guests on the landing page. Take a look at their reviews. They will greatly help you to get a better feel of what Enospa is like! Our Facebook updates about Enospa’s recent news, special campaigns and various Enoshima island attractions regularly.

Enjoy the winter time!

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