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
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Visit the Surrounding Area

Introduction of Surrounding Area in Miyajima

The Seto Inland Sea Area

Map of the Seto Inland Sea, and places to visit

Map of the Seto Inland Sea, and places to visit

Map of the Seto Inland Sea, and places to visit

Hiroshima

Hiroshma river

Hiroshma river

 

 There are places to visit in Hiroshima including World Heritage Sites: The A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima Castle, and the Japanese Garden, Shukkeien. Please don’t miss tasting Okonomiyaki, a very special Hiroshima dish.

Check Hiroshima Navi

Check Visit Hiroshima (Official HP of Hiroshima Prefecture)

Get Hiroshima for nights out in Hiroshima-

Check access between Hiroshima and Miyajima

Iwakuni (Kintai Bridge)

Kintai Bridge

Kintai Bridge

Kintai bridge is one of the most famous bridges in Japan, and was built in Iwakuni in 1673.

The bridge is composed of five sequential wooden arches.

Miyajima Guchi – Iwakuni is about 50 minutes by JR, and is about 30 minutes by Shinkansen.

http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e6177.html

The Seto Inland Sea

The Seto Inland Sea

The Seto Inland Sea

There are about 1,000 islands, both large and small, in the Seto Inland sea.

Nature and people have long co-existed in this area, and the cultural landscape of terraced fields and old port residential areas are special features.

 

Go to Cruise Hiroshima HP

Kurashiki (Bikan District)

Kurashiki

Kurashiki

Willow trees line the roads, swinging in the breeze, and the traditional Shirakabe and Namako Kabe reflections can be seen on the Kurashiki River, the Kurashiki Bikan District remains a treasure trove of traditional Japanese architecture. 

 

Go to Kurashiki HP

Island of Art: Naoshima

Modern Art on a Natural Island


Go to Benesse Museum HP
Go to Naoshima Tourist Association HP

Shimanami Kaido

Shimanami Kaido

Shimanami Kaido

This is the route that connects Ehime, Imabari in Shikoku, Onomichi, and Hiroshima.
It is 70 km long and cycling is pemitted.

Go to Shimanami Kaido HP

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