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We visited Miyajima as a day trip from Hiroshima.
We took the JR Sanyo Line to Miyajimaguchi Station which took 25 mins and covered by the JR Pass. From there we took the JR Ferry also covered by JR Pass. There are two ferries so...More
If you are in Hiroshima, it is only logical to allot time to visit Miyajima which I did with the children while the wife went to visit her hair dresser. The children enjoy the visit, taking the cable car ride, having double serving of oysters....More
When factoring in a visit make sure you give yourself a minimum of 3 hours to visit the area. From seeing the Tori,temple,aquarium and many different shops it’s definitely worth it. There are deer throughout the island which don’t seemed fazed by the tourists. A...More
As the ferry approaches Miyajima Island, the great floating Torii comes into sight...and what a beautiful sight it is!
Totally loved our visit to this little island filled with history and beauty - the natural scenery and architecture together creates such an amazing blend of...More
This is a fabulous place to visit. The ferry ride from Hiroshima was an easy way to get to and from the island (it reminded me of the ferry ride from Naples to Capri). The sky rope allows you to access the highest point of...More
The pleasure of a visit to the island begins with the short, but scenic 10-minutes ferry ride from the mainland.
When I say a visit to Miyajima provides many pleasures, I mean cultural, religious (for some people), scenic, enjoyment of the "wild" deer on the...More
Miyajima is an island next to Hiroshima. You can get there using the ferry, and if you have a JR Pass you can use the JR ferry and get there for free.
The island is small yet magical: small allies and nature tracks you can...More