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Itsukushima Shrine

A world heritage shrine floating on the ocean with a mysterious and romantic ambience
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Itsukushima Shrine
Itsukushima shrine, famous for its characteristic red tori archway standing in the middle of the ocean, is said to have been built about 1,500 years ago. Though many of its buildings have been rebuilt after experiencing disasters in the long history, its appearance remains as they were at the time of its foundation. As the tide comes in, the main building looks as if it were floating on the ocean. The combination of the green mountains, blue sky, and the red buildings reflected on the ocean makes a solemn yet breathtakingly beautiful sight. Many buildings in the precincts are designated national treasures or important cultural properties. Itsukushima, also called Miyajima, is one of the three great views of Japan - it’s well worth a visit.
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Itsukushima Shrine
1-1, Miyajimacho, Hatsukaichi-shi, Hiroshima

Access from major landmarks

From Hiroshima Station to Miyajimaguchi Station by JR San-yo Honsen,
approx. Twenty Six minutes
From Miyajimaguchi Port to Miyajima Port by Ferry, approx. Ten minutes
From the Port to the Museum on foot, approx. Twenty minutes

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