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Why buy a Hakone Kamakura Pass?

● Let’s cover 3 big tourist areas: Hakone Mount Fuji, Kamakura and Enoshima

● Unlimited rides on railways in these areas, including Eno-den, all Odakyu lines! (No JR lines)

● No need to buy any different tickets nor passes from Shinjuku main train Station in Tokyo.

● Get additional benefits in museums, art center, temples and shrines!

The Hakone Kamakura Pass is a unlimited transport pass between Shinjuku and Hakone and Kamakura areas, valid for 3 days. It offers full coverage of Hakone and Kamakura Odakyu lines. With the Hakone Kamakura Pass, try the famous hot spring (onsen) resort at the foot of Mount Fuji from Tokyo, Kamakura Buddha, and Enoshima island. Enjoy unlimited travel for three days while saving money without any other extra tickets. As there are few JR lines in the Hakone and Kamakura area, we highly recommend this pass with our Japan rail pass.

3 days

Adults: $64

Children: $35

Terms of use

Delivery time

Your Hakone Kamakura 3 days Pass (e-voucher with QR code) will be delivered by Email 5 working days after your booking. It is important to check your spam mailbox in case your Hakone Kamakura 3 days Pass falls into it.

If you want it before as you will need to use it before 5 working days, do not hesitate to contact us.


The e-voucher, that you will receive by email, is to be exchanged exclusively at the Odakyu Shinjuku counter:

  • Odakyu Sightseeing Service Center, Shinjuku West Location: B1 floor of Odakyu Line Shinjuku Station West Exit, in front of the ticket gate. Hours of operation:08:00–16:00 (The business hours may be subject to change, so please check the business hours before visiting.). Quick machines to exchange the pass were installed in April 2023.

The Hakone and Enoshima Kamakura regions

The Hakone Kamakura Pass allows you to travel easily between three of the country's most popular destinations: Hakone, Kamakura and Enoshima. Each of these areas offers a unique and different experience, from the rustic charm of Hakone's hot springs, to the rich history of Kamakura and the seaside beauty of Enoshima.

Hakone, located 80 km from Tokyo in Kanagawa prefecture, is one of Japan's most famous hot springs (onsen). Nestled in the crater of an extinct volcano in the heart of a mountain range, it offers fantastic views of Mount Fuji and magnificent Lake Ashi, and is home to numerous ryokan and hot springs. It's a favorite destination for the inhabitants of the Kanto region, who come to escape the capital to contemplate the rolling mountain scenery, and finally, to relax in some of the country's most renowned onsen.

Kamakura is one of the country's cultural and historical hotspots, offering an opportunity to immerse yourself in ancient Japan. Once the political capital of Japan, Kamakura is a historic city known for its many temples and shrines, including the Great Buddha

Finally, Enoshima is a small island that is a popular resort, offering the perfect beach getaway. You can visit the Enoshima Shrine, explore the Iwaya Caves, or simply enjoy panoramic ocean views from the lighthouse.

With the Hakone Kamakura Pass, you have the freedom to explore all three destinations. Discover our suggested itinerary with this pass.

Heading for Hakone

There are two options for getting to Hakone! You can board the "Limited Express Romance Car Super Hakone", a train operated by the Odakyu railroad company, which can be booked by purchasing an additional ticket not included in the pass. This journey takes you from Tokyo's Shinjuku station to Hakone-Yumoto station in just 80 minutes. Alternatively, you can take a local train, covered by your pass.

Hakone Tozan Railway

Hakone Tozan Railway

From Hakone-Yumoto, take the Hakone Tozan train to Gora. The 35-minute journey winds through a wooded valley, crossing bridges and tunnels and stopping at small stations.

The Hakone Tozan company offers a wide range of transport options throughout the region, including the Tozan Hakone cable car and the Hakone Tozan bus. All these modes of transport are accessible with the Hakone Kamakura Free Pass, allowing you to explore the region in complete freedom.

Discover Hakone and the surrounding area

Hakone is a treasure trove for nature lovers. The Gora-Koen park, in particular, is an oasis of greenery that will delight flower lovers. Take the funicular up to Togendai, which crosses the Owakudani site. The view of Lake Ashi, with Mount Fuji in the background, is breathtaking.

Hakone Tozan Bus

Hakone Tozan Bus

Gastronomy and panorama go hand in hand at the Togendai View restaurant, but if you prefer a picnic, opt for a bento on the shores of Lake Ashi. The cable car offers a unique view of the lake, the surrounding countryside and Mount Fuji. A cruise will allow you to appreciate the reflections of Mount Fuji, and observe the vermilion torii of the Hakone-jinja shrine emerging from the waters.

Art lovers won't be outdone! There's plenty to choose from: the Hakone Art Museum, with its rich collection of ceramics, the Narukawa Art Museum, the Okada Art Museum, or the famous Hakone Open-Air Museum.

On to Kamakura and Enoshima

Once your adventure in Hakone is over, head for Kamakura. To do this, you can take a local train to Sagami-Ono, and then travel to Kamakura from there.

In the heart of Kamakura, you can visit the famous Kotoku-in temple, with the famous Great Buddha enthroned at its center. Kamakura is also home to the Kamakura & Hayama Museum of Modern Art, an ideal cultural outing for the whole family. Kamakura is also famous for its parks. Genjiyama Park is a haven of peace, with bright flowers amid rolling countryside. Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Park, in the center of town, is the ideal place for a relaxing stroll during the cherry blossom season in spring. Finish your visit at the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shinto Shrine, majestically set high above the rest of the city.

The Great Buddha of Kamakura

The Great Buddha of Kamakura

Last but not least, don't forget to visit Enoshima during your stay, transportation for which is included in your pass. Connected to Kamakura by a pretty seaside road and the famous Enoden train, Enoshima Island is also a popular destination for Tokyo residents, particularly famous for romantic rendezvous and for its viewpoints of Mount Fuji. There, you can admire three shrines dedicated to protective deities, as well as the famous Samuel Cocking Garden, a privileged vantage point overlooking the sea.

Stroll along the streets lined with restaurants and boutiques, and enjoy the culinary and craft diversity of Fujisawa's shopping street. If you're going as a couple, don't miss the Ryuren no Kane bell, a symbol of lasting love. For the return journey, a boat accessible from the rocks offers an unforgettable final view of Enoshima.

Enoshima Island in Japan

Enoshima Island in Japan

The more information about Hakone Kamakura Pass

  • You cannot take JR lines with Hakone Kamakura Pass. As there are few JR lines in the Hakone and Kamakura area, we highly recommend this pass with our Japan rail pass and Suica cards.
  • A child price (6 to 11 years of age) is available for the Hakone Kamakura Pass. 
  • Cancellation is not acceptable after your order.