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Enoshima Samuel Cocking-en

2-3-28 Enoshima, Fujisawa 251-0036, Kanagawa Prefecture
+81 466-23-0623
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September Gardens were OK

We enjoyed seeing the gardens but it was September when we were here and they were past their... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Claudetteth
,
Charlottetown, Canada
via mobile
Bigger than first expected

When I entered the gardens, it just looked like a small formal garden. However, once you start down... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
Jody M
,
Sarasota, Florida
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  • Excellent20%
  • Very good47%
  • Average30%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
2 Jul 2017
“Bigger than first expected”
18 Mar 2017
“Sea candle tower”
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2-3-28 Enoshima, Fujisawa 251-0036, Kanagawa Prefecture
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+81 466-23-0623
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We enjoyed seeing the gardens but it was September when we were here and they were past their prime. This was included in our 1000yen island ticket and we enjoyed touring especially seeing the roses. This was a botanical Garden built in 1880 by British...More

Thank Claudetteth
Reviewed 2 July 2017

When I entered the gardens, it just looked like a small formal garden. However, once you start down some paths, you will enjoy a variety of flowers and plants that are very beautiful. There were some bell-like flowers that were very large and beautiful!

Thank Jody M
Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

It's worth visiting because of the sea candle tower. In addition, I saw some gardens and restaurant. If you understand Japanese, you can enjoy the small museum also.

Thank W7927SH_
Reviewed 16 August 2016

The Gardens, along with Iwaya Caves and the Sea Candle, were included in the Eno-Pass that I had purchased earlier that day to use the escalators getting up to the top of the island. Being Summer, there were not very many flowers to look at...More

Thank Khyron82
Reviewed 6 March 2016 via mobile

We really enjoyed our walk through the gardens, both old and new. There were a lot of camellias, flowering trees, and hellebores blooming while we were there in March. The evergreens were well manicured, and there were a lot of very mature plants. Statues, and...More

Thank Catrina G
Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

They have special events and so many activities, it's best to go during that time. The illumination is gorgeous n staff kind.

Thank Link2Leo
Reviewed 18 June 2015

Ruins of former English merchant Samuel Cocking's residence,greenhouse and gardens.If you haven't got an enough time,you don't need to visit here.

Thank Nyan-nyan-cyan
Reviewed 14 December 2014 via mobile

I visited Enoshima for an evening trip and the garden was gorgeous! Since most flowers don't grow in the winter in this area, the garden was covered entirely of Christmas lights with light tunnels you can walk through. Even the observatory was beautifully decorated. Definitely...More

Thank Melissa L
Reviewed 25 March 2012

Visited during the winter tulips season in early March so saw the wonderful tulips , both admission fees included in the Enoshima Pass. Not much to see for the garden itself but like the observatory tower a lot, which gives view of the entire island,...More

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