This is a small city with very few tourists and it feels like they are all locals, so there are not too many drugstores, department stores, etc. It feels quite quiet and natural. The city is also very clean.
It emerged as a commercial port in the second half of the twelfth century. In the 14th century, it was an inland sea port for ships trading with China. The city was established in 1898. An important place for transportation along the coast of the Seto Inland Sea. Business is flourishing. The shipbuilding industry is well-developed, forming a shipbuilding industrial zone with Xiangdao (town) and Yindao (city) on the opposite shore. There is a bridge between the island and Xiangdao. There are also food, machinery, rubber and other industries. Onomichi—the starting point of Imabari Line, one of the Honshu and Shikoku Bridge Projects (3 lines and 17 bridges, started in 1975).
Onomichi Port was prosperous due to shipping storage, but also due to the development of road construction. The warehouses built along the port were transformed by the local government into a cultural and creative center of Giant. There are bicycle sports equipment, bars, hotels and other facilities to make the port renew. Rejuvenate.
Onomichi is the easternmost part of Hiroshima Prefecture. It is connected to Shikoku Island by a series of small islands and bridges. It takes almost a day to ride all the way from Onomichi to Shikoku Island. The scenery along the way is beautiful and it is definitely a cycling destination.
Seaside view Ramen flavour is beautiful and the sea breeze stirs up the taste refreshing