The Kamakura Enoshima Pass by JR East is a rail pass that allows for unlimited use of JR trains, Enoden trains and the Shonan Monorail on one calendar day.

Kamakura Enoshima Pass
1 Day
710 yen
Reduced rates (50% off) apply for children aged 6-11.


  1. Unlimited use of Enoden trains along the entire line (Fujisawa-Kamakura).
  2. Unlimited use of the Shonan Monorail along the entire line (Ofuna-Enoshima).
  3. Unlimited use of local and rapid JR trains between Kamakura, Ofuna and Fujisawa.
  4. The pass is valid on one calendar day.

Points of Sale

The pass can be purchased at vending machines and ticket offices at JR Ofuna, Fujisawa, Kamakura and Kita-Kamakura Stations. An English version of the pass is available at the ticket offices of the aforementioned stations, but not through the vending machines.


The pass pays off only if you make good use of Enoden trains and/or the Shonan Monorail, e.g. when visiting both Kamakura and Enoshima. It does not pay off if you visit just Kamakura and use the Enoden trains to access the Great Buddha at Hase Station.

A disadvantage of the pass is that it cannot be purchased in Tokyo, which means that users have to get off at Ofuna in order to purchase and get the most value out of the pass, instead of riding the train all the way to Kita-Kamakura or Kamakura Station.

Alternative Train Tickets

Odakyu is offering the Enoshima Kamakura Free Pass, a free pass for Kamakura and Enoshima that combines a round trip from Shinjuku Station by Odakyu trains with unlimited use of Enoden trains.