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Hiroshima, Japan | Travel Film | Exploring Miyajima, Sandankyo, Kurashiki & Onomichi

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Are YOU planning a Japan trip in 2018? Looking for things to do in Hiroshima? The Onomichi Temple Walk is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in Japanese culture by checking out numerous Japanese shrines and temples (over 25 in Onomichi), visit Cat Alley and take the ropeway (or walk) up Mount Senko-ji.

However! Onomichi is a typical small Japanese town (almost like a ghost town and pretty deserted) with most local shops being closed on certain weekdays, which is frustrating! To actually find some life in Onomichi head to the area clos to Onomichi Station, where you can find Onomichi U2, with places to shop and eat.

Please note the negativity and sarcasm in this video is exactly that and is a reflection of how it can feel being in Japan for an extended period! Extreme honesty is a trademark of my channel and no offence is intended - Japan is awesome!

Overall Onomichi is probably a great place to visit in Japan, just not in early February when it's freezing cold and snowing!

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Onomichi ✿ Kosanji: Hiroshima's Most Beautiful Secret - 尾道市の耕三寺 - Japan As It Truly Is

Few make it to Onomichi, fewer still to Kosanji - one of Japan's most beautiful temples. The detail and size are astonishing.
Kosanji is not old, though. It was expanded from a villa made in 1927 by an industrialist for his mother. After she died in 1934, in 1936 Kōsanji grew into a temple built in memorial to all mother's love for their children, and the current form took over 3 decades to construct.
One of the most fantastic elements is the Hell Cave, combining elements that remind you of Buddhist cosmology, Disneyland, Halloween, and Dante's Inferno.
For experienced Japan travelers, if you think you have seen some of the buildings elsewhere, you are right - there are clones of the Yomeimon Gate in Nikko and the Byodoin Phoenix Hall in Uji. The amount of detail put into the entire temple is simply astounding, and you haven't seen the best of Japan until you see this place.
People are often surprised how colorful the place is, a lot more like SE Asian temples, and traditionalists may frown at how bright, even gaudy, some things may look. Some Japanese fret at how it's more of a museum than a temple. But after getting templed out in other cities like Kyoto, where everything can become a blur, you certainly won't forget this place long after you leave it.
Additionally, there is the Miraishin no Oka, a massive stone structure at the top of the hill made of marble shipped in from Italy.
Sadly, few travelers know this place exists, and they leave Onomichi thinking it is just a quaint hillside walk though some humdrum small temples.

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I'm back and this time it's another travel vlog. I haven't uploaded any travel vlogs since last year. The reason why is because I find it too difficult to edit and beautify (char). Since I have some free days off of work, I decided to edit and upload a vlog about my recent trip to Hiroshima.

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מדריך טיול ליפן - הירושימה - Explore Japan - Hiroshima Travel Guide

Travel tour in Hiroshima sights with Ayala Danon -- Explore Japan.
מדריך טיול להירושימה עם אילה דנון 'יפן חוויה אחרת' - צאו לסיור וירטואלי בעיר היפה ובאתריה -- סרט בעקבות מסע עומק ליפן של 'יפן חוויה אחרת - Explore Japan' בעונת האביב.
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2018-11-9

This video captures all the rustic and beautiful scenes of Onomichi in the Hiroshima area of Japan.

Onomichi has its old charm and attracts a lot of Japanese tourists, who have seen the many TV dramas shot in this old town.

Onomichi 尾道
Track of Ancient Temples 古寺巡遊小道
Jikouji 持光寺
Wishing Buddha 許願佛
Tenneiji 天寧寺
Jyodoji 凈土寺
Senkouji Park 千光寺公園
Mukoujima Island 向島
Statue of Fumiko Hayashi 林芙美子像

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We did a one day trip from our apartment in Hiroshima to the city of Onomichi. Here are some of the impressions of the area.

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Episode 35 - Japan / Onomichi, Hiroshima & Yudanaka

JAPAN: ONOMICHI, HIROSHIMA & NAGANO
Our last days in Japan! After a few more visits to the Kyoto temples close to the train station, we left Kyoto for Onomichi by train. Daniel had read a lot of nice things about this town located 280km on the Japanese sea coast. A lot of small islands are connected by bridges and ferries to the main island and bicycle ways have been specifically set for cyclists to ride from one island to the other. And those who know Daniel, will now understand why we decided to stop in Onomichi! Eiji who had never done this part of Japan, joined us in Onomichi by car.
We met in the afternoon at the guest house and went for a walk before sunset. We climbed the numerous stairs of this sloppy city before heading to an excellent sushi & sashimi restaurant in the centre of town.

Early morning we left for the harbour to rent our bicycle and start our tour. Daniel and Eiji went for regular ones but Magali wanted to try an e-bike. Unfortunately larger bicycles equipped with electric assistance were all booked so she ended up with one with small wheels, never mind she took it. We then embarked for a quick sea crossing on one of the ferries to reach the first island. The weather was rather cloudy and windy but cycling between the mandarins fields and the Japanese sea was very interesting and nice.

We stopped many times on our way to take pictures and shot the scenery. We bought mandarins directly from the farmer! After crossing 3 bridges and a stop in a very local restaurant to have sashimi octopus which comes directly from the area, we took a boat to come back to our initial starting point. It was an excellent day and we finished it beautifully going to a public bath a few km away, to relax and have dinner on-site.

The next day we left for Hiroshima in the morning and met our host at 88hiroshima guest house. After check-in we left to visit the city centre and the monuments dedicated to the Bomb-A events. It was very informative and also very sad to understand all the suffering the people from Hiroshima endured in 1945 and many years later with the side effects of the radiations. A lot of survivors can be found in the Memorial Park and around the Museum to give their testimony.

We chose to come to Hiroshima to also visit the Miyajima island and its famous Torii. You probably already seen a view of this majestic red door and its picture reflecting in the water. We were actually impressed to find out that there is a lot to do and to see on this island. It is full of temples and pagodas and has of course a main shrine but it is also a good hiking location. We didn’t hike to the top but did take the ropeway all the way up and came down by foot (about 1,5h). The view from the very top of Mt. Misen is very rewarding with a 360 degrees view of the sea, the forests and the sacred sites. We must say we loved Miyajima a lot!

WE SPECIFICALLY ENJOY
The sushis! We became sushi and sashimi addicts to the max! We of course had them before in Switzerland and other places but sushi and sashimi in Japan is a totally different story. Our preferences went to the local salmon, the squid, the octopus and the red snapper. Nigiri sushi were also excellent with a specific note to the Japanese macquerel!
Our brief visit to the Snow Monkey Park in Jigokudani, 45min. North of Nagano. These little creatures are so cute in their hot spring, we think the images speak for themselves!

ACCOMMODATIONS
Hiroshima: we loved staying at the 88 Hiroshima guest house, a traditional Japanese home with a few rooms, a great living room and a kitchen to share with other guests. The place is spotless, peaceful and zen. It is located only 20min. ride by bus from the city centre (nr 29). There is a lot of information on what to do and what to see at the guest house. Kengo, the owner was a backpacker once and he knows the exact the travellers needs. We had a very good rest at your home, thank you again for your warm welcome, we wish you all the best and hope to meet you again in a near future!
Yudanaka/Yamanouchi: Zen Hostel, a lovely renovated old ryokan very close to the train station. Tatami rooms and dormitories are available as well as a nice cafe/lounge.

RESTAURANTS
Onomichi: Hanaakari, one of the best sashimi we ever tried.
Onomichi: SpA 尾道平原温泉 ぽっぽの湯, the restaurant is part of a private SpA with a lot of facilities. The SpA is very popular and it is nice to have dinner in a typical Japanese uniform/suit right after a relaxed bath. The food was excellent and reasonably price. We could taste the Yamakake Donburi once again (dish of red tuna and sticky mountain yam that we firstly discovered in one of the Onsen during our first days in Japan).

Music by Joakim Karud

Japan Trip: Traditional Japan Meets Modern Japan in Onomichi, Hiroshima 04

Japan Trip: Traditional Japan Meets Modern Japan in Onomichi, Hiroshima 04 Moochan

An old fashioned town located along the Seto Inland Sea in the eastern part of Hiroshima Prefecture, Onomichi (尾道) has many interesting sites and places for locals and tourists to explore. In addition to the temples, museums, parks and gardens, Onomichi is the “Honshu” mainland point for the Shimanami Kaido Bridge. And is the major port for the small islands within the Seto Inland Sea.

Onomichi is the home to many temples. In the past, rich merchants donated money to build temples within the port town to ensure prosperity. Visitors may choose to explore Onomichi’s famous “Temple Walk” which leads visitors to 25 temples. However, as Onomichi is also famous for its steep slopes, proper footwear is recommended.

Onomichi is the home to many respected authors, such as Fumiko Hayashi, author of “Horoki” (“Vagabond’s Song” in English) which was adapted into the anime “Wandering Days.” Artists will enjoy looking the museums such as the Hirayama Museum, famous for Artist Hirayama’s Silk Road desert landscapes paintings of Iran, Iraq and China. Many movies have been filmed here, including Yasujiro Ozu’s globally famous film “Tokyo Monogatari.”

Cyclists love Onomichi and its access to the Shimanami Kaido Bridge, the bridge which connects Honshu to Shikoku. The Shimanami Kaido Bridge has exits and entrances for drivers and cyclists to visit the small islands lying in the Seto Inland Sea. Onomichi, being the Honshu home of the bridge, has cycle rental stores, repair stores, even bicycle storage for those who opt the island hopping via ship.

Yet, there is more to the city of Onomichi. From the old-fashioned family owned business in the covered shopping arcade near the train station, to the modern U2 cycling support facility, there is something for everyone here. Traditional Japan meets Modern Japan with family fun festivals such as the summer fireworks festival or autumn Betcha Matsuri (where local “demons” run around hitting children on the head to knock some sense into them). Beautiful cherry blossom parks in the spring, artwork and history, cycling and temple touring…all available in the small, port city of Onomichi.
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If you're planning a Japan trip, looking for Things to Do in Japan, or maybe you're looking to stay in Japan for longer, this is my 'Life in Japan series' detailing my life over the next three months.

As well as working in a hostel in Hiroshima (Workaway), I am teaching English online on Italki and Preply as well as continuing my YouTube channel.

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Japan's Most Beautiful Cycling Route | Shimanami Kaido Travel Guide

Shimanami Kaido is one of Japan's most famous cycling routes connecting the main island Honshu with Shikoku.

Ever since I heard about this bikeway a few months ago, I knew I had to travel there some day to experience it for myself!!

So, I packed up my bags, bought a Shinkansen ticket and took a spontaneous trip down to Onomichi, Hiroshima.

Shimanami Kaido Bikeway runs between Onomichi in Hiroshima Prefecture and Imabari in Ehime Prefecture, hopping across 6 islands of the Seto Inland Sea.

You can start your journey from either the Hiroshima side or the Ehime side. I started from the Hiroshima side because the views get better and better as you go along towards Ehime.

So, hope you enjoy the new adventure with me and let me know in the comments something you have always wanted to do!! And then MAKE time for it and actually go do it! :D

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This hilly port town is “Onomichi”, which is one hour and a half away from Hiroshima city by train.
This town is kind of small but there are a bunch of ways to hang out here.

1. Looking around Japanese traditional temples
You can enjoy more than 50 temples here and the atmospheres are more local than Kyoto.

2. Interacting with thousands of adorable cats
According to someone’s estimate, the reason why there are many cats here is that this town has a port and they have came up to the fishes lol

3. Eating the local foods
I think “Onomichi ramen” is the best soy source soup ramen in the world.

Other than these, you can enjoy cycling in the location where have been chosen one of the most beautiful cycling roads in the world by CNN.

When you have any plan to visit around Hiroshima, check this amazing spot for sure!!


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24 hours in Onomichi | Cycling the Shimanami Kaido | Japan in Summer | Solo Travel Guide

Onomichi is a cruisy sea-side town that offers hiking, ramen and more cycling than your butt can handle. Ferry across the peninsula and cycle the Shimanami Kaido as it slowly dawns on you how woefully wrong you were to overestimate your cardio fitness.

Skip to 3:21 for cycling-bonanza-time.

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An old fashioned town located along the Seto Inland Sea in the eastern part of Hiroshima Prefecture, Onomichi (尾道) has many interesting sites and places for locals and tourists to explore. In addition to the temples, museums, parks and gardens, Onomichi is the “Honshu” mainland point for the Shimanami Kaido Bridge. And is the major port for the small islands within the Seto Inland Sea.

Onomichi is the home to many temples. In the past, rich merchants donated money to build temples within the port town to ensure prosperity. Visitors may choose to explore Onomichi’s famous “Temple Walk” which leads visitors to 25 temples. However, as Onomichi is also famous for its steep slopes, proper footwear is recommended.

Onomichi is the home to many respected authors, such as Fumiko Hayashi, author of “Horoki” (“Vagabond’s Song” in English) which was adapted into the anime “Wandering Days.” Artists will enjoy looking the museums such as the Hirayama Museum, famous for Artist Hirayama’s Silk Road desert landscapes paintings of Iran, Iraq and China. Many movies have been filmed here, including Yasujiro Ozu’s globally famous film “Tokyo Monogatari.”

Cyclists love Onomichi and its access to the Shimanami Kaido Bridge, the bridge which connects Honshu to Shikoku. The Shimanami Kaido Bridge has exits and entrances for drivers and cyclists to visit the small islands lying in the Seto Inland Sea. Onomichi, being the Honshu home of the bridge, has cycle rental stores, repair stores, even bicycle storage for those who opt the island hopping via ship.

Yet, there is more to the city of Onomichi. From the old-fashioned family owned business in the covered shopping arcade near the train station, to the modern U2 cycling support facility, there is something for everyone here. Traditional Japan meets Modern Japan with family fun festivals such as the summer fireworks festival or autumn Betcha Matsuri (where local “demons” run around hitting children on the head to knock some sense into them). Beautiful cherry blossom parks in the spring, artwork and history, cycling and temple touring…all available in the small, port city of Onomichi.





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JAPAN TRAVEL GUIDE | 15 THINGS TO DO IN HIROSHIMA, JAPAN - If you're planning a Japan trip in 2018, Hiroshima is place that needs to be on your Japan Itinerary! In this video I give you 15 Things to Do in Hiroshima, from the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome, Miyajima Island, Rabbit Island and of course, trying Hiroshima's signature dish, Okonomiyaki and much more!

1 - Atomic Bomb Dome
2 - Hiroshima Peace Park
3 - Meet an A-Bomb Survivor
4 - Cat Café
5 - Miyajima Island (Itsukushima)
6 - Okonomiyaki
7 - Okunoshima (Rabbit Island/Bunny Island)
8 - Little Mermaid (Japanese Bakery)
9 - Takehara
10 - Cherry Blossom (Sakura)
11 - Onomichi
12 - Christmas Day
13 - Nagerekawa
14 - Mazda Museum
15 - Hiroshima Castle

I've spent the last 2 months in Hiroshima doing a Workaway at AkiCafe Hostel and 36 Hostel and teaching English online. This has given me a great opportunity to explore Hiroshima extensively. If you're interested in Japanes history, shrines, temples, days out and more, Hiroshima is the place for you!

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知春ちゃんがちょっと変わった尾道の新スポットをご紹介します!
まずはじめに訪れたのは、「尾道自由大学」。ここは、自由に生きる人の学びの場として、数々の講義を扱うクリエイティブなキャンパス。誰でも気軽にワークショップや講義を受講できるということで、知春ちゃんは畳みの原料である「いぐさ」を使ったいぐさ編み体験の講義に参加!果たして何が出来上がるのでしょうか?さらに、世界に一つしかない変わったデニムを開発しているデニムショップや、サイクリストに優しいホテルも登場!お楽しみに!

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