Rising 535 meters above sea level, this sacred mountain is surrounded by magnificent forest and offers gorgeous views from the observation…
Located at the foot of Mount Misen, Daisho-in temple is worth the stop on your way up.
Constructed in 1407 and restored in 1533, the pagoda is dedicated to the Buddha of Medicine and to Buddhist saints Fugen and Monju.
Surrounded by magnificent cherry blossoms, the place makes for a beautiful hike from the pier. Enjoy the breath-taking views of the sea.
The most popular maple trees park in Japan is set at the foot of Mt. Misen and stretches along the river.
The largest structure on the island is devoted to one of the unifiers of the 16th-century Japan, Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
Visit this small temple which dates back to the beginning of the 13th century. Marvel at the splendid Buddha statues.
The Miyajima Natural Botanical Garden is a botanical garden operated by Hiroshima University and located at Mitsumaruko-yama 1156-2,…
Explore local sea life in more detail. The main attraction is definitely a unique oyster farm exhibition.
Former residence of a local merchant now serves as a museum displaying arts and crafts from the region.