Hatsukaichi is a city of some 120,000 people located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The name derives from a market traditionally held on the 20th of each month with hatsuka meaning "20th day" and ichi translating to "market".
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Scenic site that includes the Itsukushima Shrine, Otorii Gate and visit to Mt. Misen.
Spent an amazing morning touring this island. Around the waterfront area and the shrine in the water it was very crowded. However was still very interesting. There are deer wandering around freely. However if you then walk away from the main waterfront and go up the steps to the shrines at the top levels it was a lot calmer and well worth the climb. On the way back we stopped at someone’s house who converted part of it into a coffee shop and had a wonderful coffee and cake. You catch the ferry across from Hiroshima. There are a number of gift shops and coffee shops and restaurants as well.
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The famous shrine built on stilts with its torii gate set in the sea.
Miyajima Island is a must do when making a visit to Hiroshima. The scenery on the island is picture perfect on a nice day, which we experienced. The Great Toori Gate is an icon which transfixes your imagination as to why it was ever erected in the position it is. A must do is to pay the extra money and take a wander around the deck of the buildings in front of the gate which give you access to those much wanted photo opportunities.
Travelling to the Island, it is worth catching a 45 minute launch from the centre of Hiroshima near the Peace Memorial. If you make the trip by tram and train to the larger Ferries which run directly across the bay to the Island, you lose so much time in the day actually getting there. We made the mistake but returned to the main land via the launch from Pier 3 and caught up on valuable time to do other things. PJS Brisbane
4.5 based on 898 reviews
Took a 20 min ropeway up to the Observatory and the view was quite breathtaking. Did not attempt the summit due to health issues but we enjoyed an awesome view all the same.
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There is a spectacular large torii gate (16.6m tall) featuring Itsukushima Shrine. The torii gate is still standing alone at the seaside even it has experienced numerous natural disasters. Many people come to see this torii gate around sunset to have a higher chance to walk to the gate during low tide. You cannot walk offshore to reach the torrii gate when at high tide since it is dipped into the sea like floating at water level. It is also a fantastic scenery to view with the floating torii gate at times of high tide. Besides, you can try BBQ oyster in shell in Miyajima Island after visited the designated National Treasure. If you go by JR train, take the Sanyo Honsen Line to Miyajimaguchi Station, then a short walk to pier can arrive the Notable Seaside Shinto Shine by ferry.
4.5 based on 431 reviews
This is an ancient, splendid, and huge temple complex and one of the finest in the world (I have seen so far). There are halls, pagodas and statuaries, connected by winding paths amongst beautifully tended Gardens.
Everywhere you look, there are more places to explore, and most of the place is open to visitors.
5 based on 51 reviews
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We visited Okeiko Japan Miyajima on our second trip to Japan. We've toured Tokyo, Hiroshima twice, Miyajima once before as well as various areas inland. We've seen shrines, museums, natural landmarks and similar locations around the country. Okeiko Japan Miyajima is by far the best...MoreThank you very much for your kind review. We are so glad that you like us. Thank you for your FB too, that you wrote about us. We wish your whole trip would be nice one. (Don't work too much:)
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This ferry was just as I'd expect for public transportation in Japan: Clean, Comfortable, Efficient, etc.
On the way out to the island we boarded and went to the top level inside toward the front where we had a good view as we approached Miyajima. On the return trip we sat outside (a little breezy/cool, but an even better panoramic view).
As we were boarding for our return trip I noticed the green painted steps with yellow edges (for safety/visibility purposes, I suppose) and I said to my wife "This is the Packer Ferry"). She gave me a look like I was being silly, but I snapped a photo anyway (hey, you have to take your laughs where you find them!)
So, a fast, clean, comfortable trip on a large capacity vessel. No drama, just quick on/off.
4 based on 611 reviews
Two stage cable car that terminates atop of Mount Misen. We walked to start of the rope way via the well sign posted route. The walk up takes you though some pretty immense scenery. Wild deer roaming freely with red, gold and brown autumnal shades as their backdrop. Alternatively, there is a free shuttle bus from close to the ferry terminal that will cut out the walk. We went straight for the rope way when we got of the ferry while the majority of people headed for the Red Torii hence the summit was pretty quiet when we reached it.
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You will pass it if you hike to Mount Misen via the path near the cable car. There are some deers here, but they are everywhere on the island.
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