Japan - Hiroshima & Western Honshu (Chapter)
This is the Hiroshima & Western Honshū chapter from Lonely Planet’s Japan guidebook.
Travellers to Western Honshū will find two contrasting coastlines. San-yō (literally ‘sunny side of the mountains’), looking out over the Inland Sea, boasts the bigger cities, the narrow-laned portside and hillside towns, ceramic history and the bullet train. On the other side of the dividing Chūgoku mountain range, San-in is all about an unhurried pace, onsen villages that see few foreigners, historic sites, wind-battered coastlines and great hospitality.
- island-hopping by bicycle via the Shimanami Kaidō to Shikoku
- walking through the shrine gates of Taikodani-Inari-jinga in Tsuwano
- photographing the floating shrine and staying at a ryokan on Miyajima
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Hiroshima & around, Miyajima, Iwakuni, Tomo-no-ura, Onomichi, Islands on the Shimanami Kaidō, Okayama & around, Bizen, Kurashiki, Shōdo-shima, Naoshima, Teshima, Kasaoka Islands, Yamaguchi & around, Akiyoshi-dai, Tsuwano, Shimonoseki, Hagi, Matsue & around, Oki Islands, Izumo, Iwami Ginzan, Yunotsu, Tottori & around, Daisen, and San-in Coast National Park.
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