Enoshima Island is usually bustling with people exploring its many features. On the back end, however, away from most of the hubbub is a beautiful rocky shoreline that most people don't get to. Set back near the Iwaya Caves, this area takes some walking to reach, but the effort is worth it. Walk along the stony beach and rock arms leading out to sea - there are only a handful of people here, and the odd fisherman, to share it with. This is the quiet, picturesque side of Enoshima that not many get to experience.
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