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Nunakuma Shrine

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Nunakuma Shrine

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1225 Tomocho Ushiroji, Fukuyama 720-0202 Hiroshima Prefecture
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Explore the Nature that Inspired Ghibli Movies on an Exciting Kayak Tour
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Explore the Nature that Inspired Ghibli Movies on an Exciting Kayak Tour

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【OUTLINE】<br>Tomonoura is a beautiful and picturesque port town that served as the inspiration for the town in Studio Ghibli’s anime “Ponyo” and is also where Hollywood’s “Wolverine” was filmed. Explore and discover Tomonoura on this special tour, whose history is intimately entangled with the nature surrounding it. Enjoy a picturesque view of the port town of Tomonoura from the sea, the temple of Abuto Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) that stands on the edge of a cliff-top, and a quiet, deserted beach that can only be reached by sea kayak.<br><br>【HIGHLIGHTS】<br>・Enjoy the beautiful and picturesque port town of Tomonoura, which served as the inspiration for the town in Studio Ghibli’s anime “Ponyo”, and is also where Hollywood’s “Wolverine” was filmed.<br>・The temple to Abuto Kannon (Goddess of Mercy) is located on Abuto Cape and offers a unique view of the Seto Inland Sea.<br>・A short 3-hour course of kayaking and a bicycle ride.<br>・A satisfying tour and the perfect way to enjoy your time in Tomonoura.
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