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Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

    Departing from Miyajimaguchi Station, we will introduce a course where you can taste Miyajima other than Itsukushima Shrine, visiting the Miyajima Museum of History and Folklore, Miyajima Aquarium, Miyaji Marine, Daishoin, Omotesando Shopping Street, and Hatsukoi Market.

    It's not just Miyajimaguchi Station to Itsukushima Shrine! Recommended courses in the vicinity!

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    Miyajima Museum of History & Folklore

    Travel time : Approx. 30 minutes to 1 hour

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    〒739-0533 57 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    宮島歴史民俗資料館
    0829-56-0668
    宮島口駐車場

    Protected by many people who worship Itsukushima Shrine and residents of the temple town formed in the Sengoku period, there are beautiful landscapes and abundant cultural properties that are called one of the “Three Views of Japan” until today. It is a cultural facility created for the purpose of preserving and inheriting various materials and folk cultural properties related to Miyajima’s history and culture. Also pay attention to the special exhibition of Itsukushima Shrine Otorii!

    〒739-0533 57 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2019
    宮島歴史民俗資料館
    0829-56-0668
    宮島口駐車場

    On foot Approx. 2 minutes

    Miyajima Aquarium Miyaji Marine

    Travel time : Approx. 60 minutes

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    〒739-0534 10-3 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    More than 13,000 works of 350 species are exhibited, mainly finless porpoises, which are the symbol of Miyajima Aquarium, and other creatures from the Seto Inland Sea. In the marine animal area, adorable animals such as penguins, sea lions, seals, and small-clawed otters gather. The new facility “Hatsukoi-an” that opened this summer is built with a Japanese space in mind, and it is connected to a healing place for visitors.

    〒739-0534 10-3 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    On foot Approx. 10 minutes

    Daisho-in

    Travel time : Approx. 30 minutes

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    〒739-0531 210 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-0111

    Located at the foot of Mt. Misen, directly behind Itsukushima Shrine, it is the head temple of the Shingon sect Omuro school. I was in charge of shrine festivals as a betto of Itsukushima Shrine. It is the center of Buddhism on the island, and has jurisdiction over the ruins where Kobo Daishi of Mt. Misen practiced the secret law of Gumonmochi. It is a prestigious temple that has a deep relationship with the imperial family, as a prayer dojo for Emperor Toba’s imperial order, and even where Hideyoshi held tea ceremonies.

    〒739-0531 210 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-0111

    On foot Approx. 10 minutes

    Omotesando shopping street

    Travel time : Approx. 60 minutes

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    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-51-1122
    TOTO宮島おもてなしトイレ観光案内所

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    shopping street of about 350 meters leading to Itsukushima Shrine. Folk crafts and souvenir shops such as Miyajima shakushi and Miyajima carving, shops where you can enjoy Miyajima’s specialty gourmet foods using oysters and conger eel, and momiji manju shops are lined up, and it is crowded with people looking for souvenirs and enjoying meals. There are also shops where you can taste freshly baked maple manju, a staple souvenir from Miyajima, on the spot, and it has a unique atmosphere of Miyajima.

    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-51-1122
    TOTO宮島おもてなしトイレ観光案内所

    On foot About 5 minutes

    Miyajima pier About 10 minutes by ferry

    Hatsukoi Market

    Travel time : Approx. 30 minutes

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    1F, 11-1 Miyajimaguchi, Hatsukaichi-shi

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    “Hatsukoi Market” is a market that gathers selected products from the center of Hatsukaichi city. The large store is lined with kendama, which originated in Hatsukaichi, seafood, mountain food, local gourmet, miscellaneous goods, etc. There are also limited-edition products that can only be purchased at the Hatsukoi Market. Please stop by before and after sightseeing in Miyajima.

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    1F, 11-1 Miyajimaguchi, Hatsukaichi-shi

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