Updated: November 06, 2018
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Where to Eat Around Enoshima Beach for a Fun-Filled Day!

Now that summer in Japan is here, it's a great time to enjoy the beach, some waves and great food! Enoshima is a very popular destination for beach-lovers and surfers alike. Definitely a great place to check out!

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Enoshima Beach

Enoshima is an offshore island in Kanagawa prefecture. There are many touristic attractions in Enoshima, such as a shrine, a park, an aquarium, an observation tower, caves, restaurants, and surfing/bodyboard lessons.
If you're looking for a place to eat, Enoshima's local dish is shirashudon (explained below), but Hawaiian and Italian cuisine is also popular!

Enoshima Koya

This place is located around 100 meters from the station. The staff was very friendly and welcoming.
This is a great place to try Enoshima's famous Shirasudon. What is "shirasudon" you might ask. It is a bowl of rice topped with tiny raw sardines. It's a great refreshing summer dish to enjoy by the beach.

Aloha Table

There are many Hawaiian restaurant, and this one is right by the beach and usually has a line-up. But the atmosphere is fun and matches perfectly with the Japanese scorching summers.
They serve all sorts of Hawaiian dishes here, from salads, to rice bowls, to sweets. They also serve refreshing smoothies, home-made lemonades, mojitos, etc. Dishes are around 1000-1500 YEN. The food is great and the atmosphere makes you feel like you're not in Japan anymore, but on a remote island enjoying the summer.

Eggs 'n Things

Eggs'n Things is originally a Hawaiian restaurant, and their concept is "all day breakfast". So if you're like me, pancakes any time of the day is incredibly exciting! They have your typical bacon and eggs breakfast, and also omelets, crepes, pancakes, etc. Dishes are around 1000 YEN.
This restaurant is located a few minutes walk from Katase-Enoshima station.
This is their anniversary pancake, Elima, and it's made with mango puree, and covered in a cream cheese sauce and a mountain of whipped cream. A delight for the eyes, and delicious.

Il Chianti Beache

This restaurant is very close to the station, but also right on the beach, hence the name. So you can enjoy the meal while enjoying the beautiful view on the ocean. It's so perfect. But this restaurant is also quite popular, so you can pop in and write your name in on the list and come back a bit later.
Although this is an italian restaurant, it offers fusion dishes, such as mentaiko pasta, etc. They also have a shirasu pizza so you can enjoy the local specialty with a twist! Dishes are around 1000 YEN-1200 YEN for the medium sizes, but you can also order large and very large portions, so it's easier to share.

Access

It is quite simple to get to Enoshima beach from Tokyo. You can jump on the Shonan-Shinjuku line for a little under an hour until Fujisawa station. And then you have to transfer to a local train, the Odakyu-Enoshima line until Katase-Enoshima station for 7 minutes. From the station, it is only a few minute walk to the beach.

Finally...

There are a ton of interesting events and activities going on around Tokyo in the summer. Matsuris (festivals), fireworks, etc. Check our site often or follow us on facebook to stay up-to-date on what's going on this summer!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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