Category: Japan

Riding the Enoden pt. 4: Twilight surfing at Shichirigahama

After leaving Hase, I made my way further down the Enoden, bound for Enoshima Island, but along the way this small town caught my eye from the train, and I convinced my buddy John that this stop might be interesting. It turns out that the stop was Shichirigahama, which I […]

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Riding the Enoden pt. 3: from Hase to Shichirigahama

Just a few shots of the Hase station, waiting for the next train, and a couple of pictures taken from inside the train on its way to the Shichirigahama station. Enjoy many more here!

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Riding the Enoden pt. 2: Kamakura

So, after riding the Enoden for a few minutes, it was time to get off at the station in Hase town, where the Great Buddha (Daibutsu) of Kamakura is situated. Like most of the towns along the Enoden, Hase is a tourist town, making the most of the local attraction. […]

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Riding on the Enoden, pt. 1

Here are some pictures of my day spent riding the Enoden train, a historic train line that runs from Kamakura to Fujisawa, with the main stop in the middle, at Enoshima Island. Enoshima has been a tourist spot since the days of the Shogun, and the Enoden gets its name […]

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Photos of a rainy Japanese day, 2012

Some of the pictures I took on my last day in Japan, in November 2012. With a few hours to kill before the flight back home, John and I figured we’d take a quick train ride to Chiba from Narita, to see whatever sights could be seen on a cold, […]

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