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Enoshima Station

Katase-Enoshima Station (片瀬江ノ島駅 Katase-Enoshima-eki) is the southern terminal station of the Odakyu Enoshima Line, located in the city of Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan. It is 59.9 rail kilometers from the northern terminus of the Odakyu Railway at Shinjuku Station in Tokyo. It is also within walking distance the Enoshima Station of Enoshima Electric Railway (Enoden) and the Shonan-Enoshima Station of the Shonan Monorail.


Katase-Enoshima Station was opened on April 1, 1929.


Station layout

Katase-Enoshima Station has two bay platforms serving three tracks, which are connected to the station building by an overpass. The building is designed to evoke the image of Ryūgū-jō, or Dragon Palace, the underwater dwelling in the Urashima Taro fable.


1  Odakyu Enoshima Line For Fujisawa, Sagami-Ōno, andShinjuku
2  Odakyu Enoshima Line For Fujisawa, Sagami-Ōno, and Shinjuku
3  Odakyu Enoshima Line For exit
4  Odakyu Enoshima Line For Fujisawa, Sagami-Ōno, and Shinjuku

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Odakyū Enoshima Line
Fujisawa   Limited Express Enoshima (特急えのしま)   Terminus
Fujisawa   Limited Express Homeway (特急ホームウェイ)   Terminus
Fujisawa   Rapid Express (快速急行)   Terminus
Fujisawa   Express (急行)(10-car)   Terminus
Kugenuma-Kaigan   Express (急行)(6-car)   Terminus
Kugenuma-Kaigan   Local (各駅停車)   Terminus

External links

  • official home page.(Japanese)

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