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I went there november 6, 2018 coming from Hiroshima. I have a JR Hiroshima Yamaguchi pass, so I have all the confidence to ride any type of shinkansen. I was aiming for a 7:46 shinkansen however but wasn't able to catch it on time. So...More
Traveled to Okunoshima from Osaka. This was an awesome place to visit. Kind of hard to get to but not impossible, just take your time and plan your route ahead of time. At the ferry boat place, it not very expensive and the staff are...More
My favourite part of japan. It was absolutely stunning, see photos. And the bunnies everywhere were so cool I got heaps of food from the family mart they have a 500 yen pack where you get 2 lots of pellets 1 carrot sticks and 2...More
Due to the heavy rainfall earlier in July, the JR Kure Line was down. Other reviewers talked about taking the train to Mihara and then the connecting bus but if your starting point is Hiroshima, there is a daily direct bus that goes to Tadaoumi...More
Let's get one thing straight, this place is an absolute pain in the buttocks to get to. We got a "slow" bullet train to Mihara and dropped our bags off in the lockers. (incidentally, Mihara is a really great place to get an idea of...More
I was hesitant to visit since the reviews said it's more for kids. I went later in the day intending to only spend an hour. However, upon arrival I wished that I had allotted more time. There is a great opportunity for hiking higher up...More
This is a memorable trip for the girls, we were "greeted" by the rabbits when the ferry arrived on the island. Girls were having so much fun feeding on these cute bunnies. An advice, do bring your own chopped up or torn up pieces of...More
Due to the rain in July, part of JR West Japan was affected. Bus ran between Mihara and Tadanoumi in replacement of the JR. When you buy a ticket to Tadanoumi, you will have to get off at Mihara and change for the bus they...More
I am not a fan of rabbits but I felt so happy to see so many rabbits everywhere!
After the flood, the JR to the station was closed. Luckily we planned to drive so it was fine to arrive the port. We could see some...More
Okunoshima Island is such a great place for one day trip from Hiroshima.
We took a train from there and than a ferry in Tadanoumi (don´t forget to get some bunny snacks here at the port :)) We walked around the island (it´s about 4km)...More
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Like what ^ he said, just be there as early as you can, so that more hungry bunnies will welcome you. I think only Kodama shinkansen stops at Mihara station. Just type Tokyo station to Tadanoumi in google maps and you're... More
Like what ^ he said, just be there as early as you can, so that more hungry bunnies will welcome you. I think only Kodama shinkansen stops at Mihara station. Just type Tokyo station to Tadanoumi in google maps and you're good to go, then catch the ferry at the port bound to rabbit island. If you like hello kitty, try catching the kodama hello kitty shinkansen. The timeline is available online. There are two of them, 730 and 741.
We arrived after 2:00 and left late morning. We loved walking around & feeding the bunnies. Don’t bring cabbage . It’s cheep & easy but bad for the bunnies & everyone brings it . Buy a few dollar bags at the shop before the... More
We arrived after 2:00 and left late morning. We loved walking around & feeding the bunnies. Don’t bring cabbage . It’s cheep & easy but bad for the bunnies & everyone brings it . Buy a few dollar bags at the shop before the ferry over. I bought 12 & used them up in first hour. We wished we could stay longer but so much to see.