"Kanenowaraji, a book of a journey on springs of Hakone, Enoshima, and Kamakura" was the travel literature of early modern Kamakura by Jippensha-Ikku. Noted place are 107 spots in all composition, and then 17 spots of noted places were described for the scenery. Moreover, 11 of 17 spots were noted coastal landscape. In the pilgrimage, a route was full of topographic variety, and then travelers could see coastal places from all noted palace on high ground. Especially, a landscape from bird's - eye view was used a conversion point from scene to scene. It is necessary for coastal landscape to improve the journey. Hence, Ikku used the effective routing. The effective routing is characterized that the the topography of Kamakura is small plain and mountainous near the seashoreline and the section between "Entrance of Enoshima" and "Shichiri-no-hama" was direrected by Ikku's original technique that horizontal sequence.