Story of the Kamakura-Enoshima Shichifukujin:
Seven deities of good fortune
Worships of Shichifukujin : seven deities of good fortune, initially started individually, then in a pairs or in a threesome and finally in a set of seven deities which supposedly followed the lucky number of 7.
They are Ebisu, Daikokuten, Benzaiten, Bishamonten, Hoteison, Fukurokujyu and Jyuroujin.

Making a pilgrimage of seven deities earned popularity in Edo period, 300-years ago, when people believed them in a team, boarding a boat laden with treasures, sail into a port to bring happiness in New Year’s Eve.
Nowadays, many people enjoy all year round these auspicious visiting.

The pilgrimage to the Kamakura-Enoshima Seven Deities of Good Fortune.
You are welcome to visit all these eight places where the Seven Deities are enshrined respectively, besides you may enjoy things of ancient Kamakura, scenic spots of Enoshima and with any luck, a beautiful view of Mt. Fuji.

Railway Service:
Discount ticket pass is available at each railway service.
■“Enoshima-Kamakura free-Pass” by Odakyu Electric Railway
■“Kamakura-Enoshima Pass” by JR (East Japan Railway Company)
■“One day Ticket” (“Nori-Ori-kun”) by E-no-den (Enoshima Electric Raiway Co.)

The service hour may altered occasionally.