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Kamakura’s Koshigoe Fishing Port

Route 134 Seaside Walk Series - Part 5

Koshigoe Fishing Port stands just in front of Enoshima Island. It has a long history and was first used as a fishing port in the year 1189. The most common catches are baby sardines, mackerel, and octopus. The view of Enoshima from here is very beautiful. Next to the port is a tiny cape, and the small Koyurugi Shrine.

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