Mikasanohama

Illumination with the great Torii

Illumination with the great Torii

Itsukushima shrine

Takabutai

Takabutai

The great Torii

Symbol of Miyajima

Symbol of Miyajima

Tahoto

Two-Storied Pagoda

Two-Storied Pagoda

The Illumination

Illumination of Itsukushima

Illumination of Itsukushima

Tsutsumigaura

Place of Miyajima

Place of Miyajima

Through Nature

Four Walking Routes

The Uguisu Walking Path

The Uguisu Walking Path

The Uguisu Walking Path

A 1.8 km long walking path from the entrance alley to the ropeway stop. You go through the entrance area of Nagahama to the residential area, and through the woods. On the way, you’ll see the Gyoshado, the alley to Yogaizan, and Tanigahara, where there is one of the eight most scenic cherry blossom trees in Miyajima.

The Momiji Walking Path

The Momiji Walking Path

The Momiji Walking Path

An approximately 750 meter long walking path from the foot of Daishoin to Momiji Dani Park.
It is a less bumpy path, and easier to walk. There is a spot to view the 5 storied pagoda, Senjyokaku below Tonoka, the Itsukushima Shrine and Nishi-no-Matsubara, all at once.

The Asebi Walking Path

The Asebi Walking Path

The Asebi Walking Path

A 700m long walking path from Omoto Park to Daishoin. The name of the path came from the ‘Pieris Japonica’ community grown along an alley near Tahoto. There is one of the cherry blossom trees called Monbayashi in the valley space below. The view from the hill where Tahoto stands is wonderful and there are many places to enjoy along the length of the path.

The Tsutsumigaura Nature Trail

The Tsutsumigaura Nature Trail

The Tsutsumigaura Nature Trail

This connects Momiji Dani and Tsutsumigaura. We can walk through while hearing the sound of the stream, and enjoying the view of the Virgin Forest of Misen

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