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Itsukushima Shrine Torii
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Itsukushima Shrine Torii
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#1 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
We've seen shrines, museums, natural landmarks and similar locations around the country.
I would highly recommend it for authentic view into the Japanese tradition and culture.
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#2 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
... food traders it was just a wonderful experience So many tasty treats, a great ambience and fantastic views back to the mainland Very easy to see why this is Unesco heritage listed and so glad we chanced upon a...
Beautiful views of the island, mountains and sea, on the way there...and unforgettable that view once there, looking back over the bay, of the torii gate... Had a lovely traditional Japanese eel dish for lunch in...
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#3 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
... against lush green of the mountains and blue of the ocean The shrine itself has a quiet yet ubiquitous presence Explore the island's many walks, temples, shrines and gardens Views from Mount Misen are spectacular
Apart from being naturally attractive and well-worth the ferry trip from Hiroshima for its scenic attractions alone, there’s plenty of man-made “sights” to see and visit: the Daiganji Temple, dedicated to Goddess...
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#4 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
The torii can be seen from many vantage points on the island and it is worth it to keep your bearings in mind and look for those views, especially the ones with the torii surrounded by sakura in spring and koyo in...
Fantastic views of the Tori...try to see it when the tide is in and also out as the whole place takes on a different view with the change in the tide.
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#5 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
Amazing temple in a beautiful location with excellent views, interesting history and so much to discover!
You need to walk up the stairs to this perfect view and unbelievable place There is a lot to explore as each little temple has something to offer Go into the underground and you will find yourself in a total pitch...
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#6 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
2 cable cars take you to the top for great views directions from the promenade are easy to follow to the cable car house.You can walk the trail up but the trail is only for those who are very fit and used to trekk...
At the Shishiiwa observatory we had a good view of little islands surrounding the area, ships and oyster farms in the sea, and of misty Mt Misen.
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#7 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
It's peaceful, cooling, and has amazing views overlooking Miyajima Shrine.
You can have an awesome view of the itsukushima shrine from here !
#8 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
Looking past all the buildings and people with Pagoda and mountains in view, feels like you have been taken back to a simpler time; a time with dinosaurs and uh... pagodas.
A beautifully maintained area with stunning views.
#9 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Hatsukaichi
The views at the top are spectacular, as well as the hike itself :) We took the Momijidani course up and the Daishoin course down, and I would definitely recommend anyone wanting to trek up and down to do the same.