Itsukushima Shrine

Corridor (Kairo)

Corridor (Kairo)

Mikasahama

Lanterns & Great Torii

Lanterns & Great Torii

Shinomiya Shrine

Momijidani Park

Momijidani Park

Istukushima Shrine

By night, for Tanomosan Festival

By night, for Tanomosan Festival

View from Daishoin Temple

2d floor of Maniden Hall

2d floor of Maniden Hall

Mt. Misen top

with a view on Seto Inland Sea islands

with a view on Seto Inland Sea islands

Tahoto Pagoda

in the green foliage

in the green foliage

Primeval forest

View from the ropeway

View from the ropeway

Miyajima Traditional Crafts Center

Art and tradition of Miyajima

The Miyajima Traditional Handicrafts Hall, located near the Miyajima Pier, was reopened on April 29th, 2008. This is the place where you can learn the history and traditions of Miyajima through hands-on experiences.

Miyajima Rokuro zaiku

Miyajima Rokuro zaiku

The Miyajima Traditional Handicrafts Hall is a three story building.

On the first floor, visiters can see displays of traditional Miyajima handicrafts. Engraved trays, engraved tea utensils, clay bells, and papier-mache are a few of the items on display.

On the second floor, you can try making Momiji Manju (a maple leaf shaped waffle). On the third floor, you can create your own Shakushi (a rice scoop). Instructors are available to assist you with your projects.