3 Best Places To Eat in Kamakura & Enoshima!
Kamakura and Enoshima are famous for their wonderful sightseeing spots, like Kotokuin (Kamakura’s Great Buddha), Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, Enoshima Aquarium, Enoshima Sea Candle Tower, and Ryukoji Temple. Furthermore, both places are famous for their great collections of delicious local foods like fresh whitebaits (Shirasu), Kamakura’s sausages, Kamakura’s fresh vegetables, and tempting sweets treats! Today we’ve listed up three great places to eat in Kamakura & Enoshima, where you can spoil your tummy with many delicious foods and juicy sweets!
1. Kamakura Kamameshi Kamakama Honten
Kamakura and Enoshima are famous for their exceptional fresh whitebaits, and you can enjoy Shirasu rice bowl at Kamakura Kamameshi Kamakama Honten. The whitebaits used for the rice bowl are fished in the morning, and are shipped directly from the port everyday as well. In particular season, you can enjoy having raw Shirasu as well.
We strongly recommend you to try “Raw Shirasu Kamameshi”, which is a rice bowl with raw whitebaits toppings. If you want something more than just whitebaits, we strongly recommend you to try “Shirasu Tricolor Kamameshi”, which is a rice bowl with whitebaits, sea urchin, and salmon roe toppings.
If you’re purchasing the “Shirasu Tricolor Kamameshi”, you can choose either raw or boiled whitebaits as the toppings. In addition to these menu, you can also try other whitebaits dishes as well!
Kamakura Kamamehsi Kamakama Honten
Address: 2-11-8 Komachi, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa
Open throughout the year
Access: Within 3-minute walk from Kamakura Station
2. The Market SE1
Located in Enoshima, The Market SE1 is famous for its delicious, creamy, and juicy Gelato. SE1 uses high quality fresh milk and seasonal fruits and vegetables only as their main ingredients. The shop only serves fresh made Gelato; yes, the shop makes them 3-4 times a day.
Our favorite flavors are “Uchi no Cafe Latte” and “Bitter Chocolate”, but you can find many different gelato flavors at SE1 as well. The price for the gelato is JPY 400 for single scoop and JPY 500 for double scoops.
In addition to the gelato, you should also definitely try SE1’s delicious paninis and pizzas as well!
The Market SE1
Address: 1-6-6 Katase Kaigan, Fujiwasa-shi, Kanagawa
Open throughout the year
Business Hours: 11:00-18:00
3. Tobiccho Honten
Just like Kamakura, Enoshima is also famous for its great whitebaits dishes, and you can enjoy exceptional whitebaits dishes at Tobiccho Honten for a decent price!
Tobiccho specializes at serving whitebaits dishes, and you can enjoy many different types of Shirasu rice bowls, sushi, and sashimi there.
Our favorite dishes are Boiled Shirasu Bowl, Tricolor Shirasu Bowl, and Shirasu Bread. If you like fried foods, you should definitely try Tobiccho’s Shirasu Kakiage Bowl, Shirasu Croquette, and Agetatami Iwashi as well!
Address: 1-6-7 Enoshima, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa
No scheduled holidays
Business Hours: 11:00-20:00
Kamakura and Enoshima are not just famous for their great sightseeing spots, but they are apparently also famous for their huge collections of delicious foods and tempting sweets. Today we have listed three different shops that are worth to visit when you are around Kamakura and Enoshima, so make sure you fill your empty tummy before leaving the area!