Time to head back to our ryokan in Enoshima. We took the quaint Enoden train, "Enoden is a local train which runs between Kamakura and Fujisawa. It has 100 years of its history and loved by people of the retro appearance. It is often used in movies and Dramas." On parts of the track, the windows of the train were merely inches away from the backyard of homes.
Getting dark by the time we reached Enoshima. Yes, we had to make that 20-minute crossing over the bridge again.
Entrance to Iwamotoro Ryokan. I chose this ryokan cos it was one of the cheapest around (I mean compared to those in Hakone and Nikko; there aren't many other ryokans in Enoshima). So told Eddie not to expect anything fancy, cos other nicer ryokans may cost us double.
We paid Y15,000 per person (Sean not counted) for a night, including dinner and breakfast. So it came to Y45,000 or S$680 a night. As it is, I found this too expensive, hence, only one night, just for the ryokan experiencelah. See my name here, the other guests are locals.
A very tired me and Brian in our comfortable Yukata.
While Brian wasn't too enamoured with the yukata, Sean just loved frolicking around in it. The moment he had it on, he started acting the part.
We don't know where he learnt this from, I suspect some cartoon he saw. But he kept doing this throughout our stay.