Bronze Torii Gate / Enoshima Benzaiten Nakamise Street


The bronze torii gate standing at the entrance of Enoshima is a city-designated cultural property.
It was reconstructed in the fourth year of the Bunsei era (1821), and the names of its many donators have been carved into both pillars, displaying the expanse of the faith of the Edo period even now.
Shown on the plaque on display is Enoshima Daimyo-jin.
Once you go through the torii gate, you will continue on to the bustling path lined with souvenir shops.
The width of the path remains unchanged from the past.


This is a historical shopping street extending from the entrance of Enoshima to Enoshima Shrine's path.
It is lined with ryokans, restaurants, and souvenir shops, and is bustling with many tourists.