Of course, the most worthwhile spots on Miyajima are mainly because they are relatively easy to visit. You just come out from the back door of Itsukushima Taisha Shrine. Dayan Temple itself has no walls, and no fee-based entrances. In fact, think about the reverse of Miyajima and other places in Japan. The temple does not charge money, but the shrine requires tickets, which is quite strange.
The whole temple is very small, and the Buddha of Medicine is enshrined in the middle of the temple, and Vishamon is enshrined on the side, which is very consistent with Japanese Buddhist philosophy. There is a very strange pine tree in the middle of the temple, spreading in all directions, very strange. In general, coming in and taking a look can be regarded as experiencing the characteristics of Miyajima
Dayuan Temple is a very special temple. There are many unique things in the whole temple. The scenery here is still very beautiful. You can see a lot of things. The interior decoration of the temple is also very good. There are many classic Buddhist elements in the temple. Here.
It's a small temple just right out of the exit of Itsukushima Shrine. There is no wall, no charge, just go in. If you are lucky, you can still see a bunch of deer lying on their stomachs in the yard. It is mainly dedicated to Bensaiten.
On the way from Otorii to Miyama, I passed Daiganji Temple. It has a strong atmosphere of a traditional Japanese Buddhist temple. No tickets are required. The scenery is good. People who believe in this area can visit it.