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Enoshima Electric Railway

Enoshima Electric Railway

4.8/559 Reviews
Other Sightseeing Tours
9:00-18:00 (Local time)
If you’re going to Enoshima, be sure to ride the Enoshima Electric Railway. The two-car local train travels along a 10-kilometer stretch of the ocean, departing from Kamakura Station and stopping at Hase, which houses the Great Buddha of Kamakura, the beaches of Inamuragasaki and Shichirigahama, Enoshima, and finally at Fujisawa.
Lake Ashi (Ashinoko)

Lake Ashi (Ashinoko)

4.5/5488 Reviews
Boat Tour
Lake
Open all day (Local time)
Lake Ashi (Ashinoko) is situated on the Western side of Hakone at the southern foothills of Mount Komagata. A volcanic lake formed over 4,000 years ago by volcanic activity, it is a popular tourist attraction in Hakone. The lake itself is set off against the backdrop of Mount Fuji, with the scenery changing with each season. Trails around the lake are surrounded by beautiful, green cedar trees, while a boat cruise on the lake is an essential pleasure for many visitors. The lake is home to many black bass and trout, and a large number of Japanese often come here to go boating, fishing, and swimming.
Tokyo Bay

Tokyo Bay

4.4/5283 Reviews
Boat Tour
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)
Tokyo Bay is a large body of water connected to the Pacific Ocean. The regions surrounding Tokyo Bay are the most populous in all Japan. The bay frequently appears in Japanese dramas owing to the impressive natural landscapes found along its shoreline. Stunning views can be found along Tokyo Harbor, in particular in the city's Odaiba area. Many tourists enjoy the waterfront as they frequent the many shopping malls and restaurants in the vicinity. When the sun sets, the Tokyo Bay sparkles, creating a truly romantic atmosphere complemented by the many sights along the Tokyo skyline.
Lake Ashi Cruise

Lake Ashi Cruise

4.5/5123 Reviews
Boat Tour
Lake
NYK Hikawamaru Exhibits

NYK Hikawamaru Exhibits

4.3/533 Reviews
Boat Tour
Seabass

Seabass

4.6/517 Reviews
Boat Tour
Hakone Tozan Railway

Hakone Tozan Railway

4.4/5105 Reviews
Other Sightseeing Tours
Sumida River Cruise

Sumida River Cruise

4.6/527 Reviews
Boat Tour
Tokyo Cruise

Tokyo Cruise

4.3/512 Reviews
Boat Tour
Tokyo Cruise is a sightseeing attraction that operates along the Tokyo waterfront. Making stops at several piers, Tokyo Cruise plies passengers along the city's harbor and waterways in futuristic vessels designed by Japanese anime master Leiji Matsumoto. The vessels feature hulls and roofs made of glass, providing truly stunning views as you travel around the city. Passengers can snap photos and experience a one-of-a-kind perspective on Tokyo. In a city that prides itself on being modern, there is hardly a better way to see Tokyo’s incredible sites.
Lake Kawaguchi pleasure boat “Ensoleille”

Lake Kawaguchi pleasure boat “Ensoleille”

4.8/542 Reviews
Boat Tour
March 11th - April 28th, 9:00-16:30; April 29th - May 7th 9:00-17:30; May 8th - July 14th 9:00-16 :30; July 15th - August 31st 9:00-17:30; September 1st - November 26th 9:00-16:30; November 27th - December 29th 9:30- 16:00; November 30th - January 1st 9:00-16:30; January 2nd - March 10th 9:30-16:00. Arrive at the hour and half every hour. (Local time)
 The name of the Lake Kawaguchi pleasure boat “Ensoleille” is taken from French, meaning "sunny." The Lake Kawaguchi pleasure boat “Ensoleille” is divided into three parts, one is the cabin of the ship, equipped with sofas and chairs, you can relax here; when the weather is fine, you can go to the second floor and enjoy the beautiful view of Mount Fuji in 360 degrees. The boat is well-equipped and wheelchair-accessible for easy boarding.
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