Jiangzhidian is the main means of transportation for visiting Kamakura. Trams are frequent, so don't worry about waiting for a long time. It is recommended to buy a one-day ticket, 600 yen can be used for one day unlimited times, but if you buy it once, 180, Kamakura's scenic spots are at different sites, so if you just want to go from Kamakura Station to Changgu Station, then to Kamakura University Station and then back to Kamakura Station, the ticket will cost 540 yen, if you go to another scenic spot, it will be worth the fare back.
The route information is dazzling, living near Ginza, and finally choose Tokyo New Bridge to take the JR to Kamakura, 800 yen per person one way. It's very convenient to buy tickets at the same station to change rivers. It's planned to go to the front station of the University only, 260 yen per person one way. No one sells tickets at the front station of colleges and universities. The return ticket is made up at the Kamakura station. The staff can understand it immediately. Jiang Zhitie, who has seen slam dunkers, will not be unfamiliar. Old trams, the most beautiful trams, often appear in them. Jiang Zhitie's appearance is very distinctive. The color of several carriages is different. It's quite lovely and its route is also magical. It will be in residential area, very close to the house, and it will be on the coastal highway. I'm familiar with the pictures. It is estimated that the two-way train will be shared at the front station of the university. On the return journey, I took a reverse seat and went to Jiangzhi Island Station. Haha, pay attention.
Jiangyue's line is close to Fujisawa City in the South Hunan Sea, passing through Jiangzhi Island and then to Kamakura Road, 15 stations more than a hundred years old. There are 4 stations along Jiangyue's line parallel to the coastline. About half of the railway lines can directly see the sea along with Jiangyue's line. It's even more interesting to see the scenery along the coast. Maybe you are because you love cartoons or maybe you are chasing Japanese operas, or maybe you are chasing Japanese operas. Just because we love romance, we all love Jiang Yue's electricity.
Jiang Zhidian is an old tram connecting Fujisawa and Kamakura. Fujisawa's site is just opposite the south entrance of JR station, connected by a flyover. The whole journey is about 30 minutes, with famous scenic spots such as Jiangzhi Island and the front station of the University on the way. It's about four carriages. The two nearest stops are about two minutes'drive, and the far stops are about five minutes. It is not recommended to buy one-day vouchers or to buy tickets separately.
Jiangzhidian has more than 110 years of operation history. The small trains running along the coastline are full of romance and sentiment. People are still known for SLAM DUNK, the front station of Kamakura University. Japanese opera also has many attractions, such as Jile Temple Station, as well as a number of places of interest and historical sites through. You can buy a pass of 600 Japanese yen and enjoy a full day's Jiangzhi trip.
From Jiangzhi to childhood, Cherry Blossom Road meets Qingzi for the first time. No one with red hair called Cherry Blossom Road is here, but the memory of youth is full. In addition, the night scenery of Jiangzhi Island is not as prosperous and bright as Ginza, but as a coastal city, it has its unique quiet and tranquility.
Jiangzhidian is the abbreviation of Jiangzhidao Railway Line, which connects Kamakura and Fujisawa, and has the functions of sightseeing and transportation. It has a history of more than 100 years. Jiangzhi Power Station has 15 stations. Along the way, there are many famous scenic spots in Kamakura. Four stations are parallel to the coastline. About half of the railway lines can see the sea directly.
Jiang Zhidian is a small seaside train traveling through Kanagawa County. From Kamakura to Fujisawa, the prototype scenes in cartoon dunk masters can enjoy the beautiful coast of southern Hunan. It also passes through scenic spots such as Jiangzhi Island and Kamakura Buddha. If you buy a one-day ticket, you can take it to visit all scenic spots on the route, which is inexpensive and very valuable.
Da Ai Kamakura sits on the power of the river and the scenery along the way is like in the animation world! _________
On the way back to the station, a lot of "eagles" began to fly in the sky. This is the first time I have ever seen a wild eagle. On the way, we bought ice cream, and on several occasions the eagles tried to grab food. Walking back to the Island Bridge, we noticed that there was a Kanban prompting passengers to "watch out for Eagles grabbing food.".