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Sightseeing volunteer guide

Flower, old historic temple circulation (offer guide) along Enoden which it appears and goes down and makes

Summary of course

... which appreciates hydrangea and lotus along errand with ... free ticket, and sees Buddhist temple and Shinto shrine

We go round o along the line using free ticket of getting on and off freedom. We follow the history of Fujisawa, Kamakura while appreciating African lily of the Sakai River, lotus of hydrangea, Hasuike and Hachiman shrine of Land of Happiness Terasaka.

The details of course

Date Wednesday, June 20 executing the event on a light rainy day, stormy weather cancellation
Meeting It is in front of Enoden Fujisawa Station wicket 
Time 9:30 a.m.
Dissolution Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu (Kamakura) about 1:00 p.m.
Course
Enoden Fujisawa Station wicket ★→ Enoden Ishigami Station → Hasuike → Enoden Yanagikoji Station → Enoden Shonankaigan-Koen Station ★→ The Sakai River → The Katase Catholic Church → Bank nose street → Ryuuguchi temple → Enoden Enoshima Station ★→ Enoden Gokurakuji Station ★→ The House of accomplishment → Spirit of a dead person Shrine → shugenji → Enoden Hase Station ★→ Enoden Kamakura Station → Hotel new Kamakura → Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu dissolution restroom: ★ Walk distance: Approximately 6km
The offer number of people 60 (anyone can participate)
Entrance fee Road-free ticket (getting on and off, Enoshima, Kamakura free pass) according to 500 yen * is necessary
Others Bringing such as drink, writing utensils, rain outfit, garbage bag. Please participate with clothes and shoes comfortable to walk in.
Sponsorship (public corporation) Fujisawa-shi tourist association
Guidance Enoshima, Fujisawa guide club (sightseeing volunteer guide)
sarukomimongo Katase Enoshima tourist information center TEL0466-24-4141
mongojikan We would like inquiry on * day after 8:00 a.m. for from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (year round).
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