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2562-1 Innoshimahabucho, Onomichi 722-2323 Hiroshima Prefecture
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#14 of 35 hotels in Onomichi
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Travel3nthusiast wrote a review Sep 2019
24 contributions51 helpful votes
A very interesting island. We went here in the morning before going to the Hiroshima tour. This was an absolute surprise, because we thought the Hiroshima tour would be all dour and serious, but the tour of the island balanced it all. The Island has a centuries old temple and a traditional village where you can buy various products of the island. Because we were already hungry as it was lunchtime, we regret not joining the group that hiked all the way up to a hilltop. We missed the most interesting part of the tour. Would give this another trip when we get the chance. The tour guide, Taeko, was very good and detailed in here descriptions and explanations, and was an interesting guide.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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AT16 wrote a review Dec 2018
Singapore, Singapore271 contributions33 helpful votes
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It’s only a 10 min ferry ride from Hiroshima. Interesting to be able to see the Tori Gate both at high tide and low tide. There are deer there too and they move about freely. Be sure to try the maple leaf shaped snacks. Very good.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Bill P wrote a review Mar 2016
Point Pleasant, New Jersey509 contributions148 helpful votes
Easy to get there by train and ferry, all in one ticket from Hiroshima. We ate at Mato Chan a small local place around the back of the shrine. We had a local favorite "okonomi yaki". Very tasty lunch with a historical origin from post WWII time. When war widows made the dish from wheat flour that US GI's gave them.
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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KCV60 wrote a review Oct 2014
Boonah, Australia416 contributions71 helpful votes
We took the ferry from Hiroshima to Miyajima Island for a day trip. The ferry ride was only 10 min. On arrival at Miyajima we followed the paths to the right, past a park where deers were wandering freely. The deers showed no fear of humans and came sniffing for food and followed us along the street. Plenty of souvenir shops along the street as you walk towards the floating Shinto gate. Miyajima has a very relaxed atmosphere with friendly shopkeepers and beautiful views across the water. Walking past the gate and the shrine we continued up to the rope way station. An easy walk through trees and waterfalls on a wide path. The cable car ride was great with views across the island. At the top station there are magnificent views in all directions. We thoroughly enjoyed the day and recommend the trip! Plenty of places to eat or buy a snack and just enjoy the relaxed pace.
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Date of stay: September 2014
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RandRWexford wrote a review Nov 2013
Wexford13 contributions15 helpful votes
This hotel was basic but the rooms were very clean. We stayed in a suite, which looked out onto the strait between two islands and we were able to stand on a little balcony watching the world go by. The suite was made up of a twin bedroom, nice bathroom, spatious lounge and a large kitchen, with cooker, kettle and fridge, however the kitchen was empty of any equipment/utensils. This was clearly the best room option in the hotel, we did not see the normal rooms, but judging by the floor plan the must be tiny. This hotel felt like a well functional hotel providing accomodation mainly to people coming to work at the local industry. We took the option of booking our evening meal at this hotel, the restaraunt was a bit like a canteen with a choice of either western or japanese set meals, which were fine. The upside of this was that nobody really minded when our 2 yr old daughter had a tantrum over dinner. For breakfast the next day we had toast and coffee. The highlight of this hotel is the spatious room that comes with a suite, but be aware this is not a fancy hotel at all, but clean and functional.
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Date of stay: November 2013
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Twin Room B is the suite with Balcony + view
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US$75 - US$132 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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JapanChugokuHiroshima PrefectureOnomichi
NUMBER OF ROOMS
52
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Frequently Asked Questions about Miyajima
Which popular attractions are close to Miyajima?
Nearby attractions include Comptoir (0.2 km), Habu Port (0.1 km), and Masquerade (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Miyajima?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a fitness centre, a hot tub, and shuttle bus service.
What are some restaurants close to Miyajima?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ueda, Primevere, and Nagomidokoro Hassaku.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Miyajima?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Miyajima?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Misode Temmangu Shrine (14.6 km), Shiga Naoya Former House (14.0 km), and Noshima Castle Ruins (14.3 km).