Kurowonderful shrine .... you can enjoy your time here , walking along the coast , gentle patting the deer , the food here also really good ..... near the shrine you can enjoy the food and souvenir street , also you can spend your time on hiking the mountain ..... during the evening when the water getting low you can walk along the big toori , around 4-5 , you can ask the store or ryokan owner about the exact time ...... very nice and beautiful island
D26***89It's worth going there. Every season has a good atmosphere though I highly recommend visiting there in Spring. From Misen Mountain, you can see such a spectacular view!!Local food is also good! There are plenty of choices to grab.
fyqj1234There are many places in Japan with five-storied pagodas. This Miyajima is actually not a famous place, but the Senjokaku next to it is very famous. It was built in the Hideyoshi era and has not been completed until now.
The shadow of the five-storied pagoda can be seen directly at the exit of the Qiandie Pavilion. Because the pagoda is built on a hill, it is still very conspicuous from a distance. Because it is well protected, it is actually not obvious that it has a very old history. .
Starting from the small road next to the five-storied pagoda, you can see small scenic spots such as bearded pine, which can be regarded as a small surprise to climb up the mountain.
空空CJWitnessing the historical trajectory of the WWII blast damage. Could be a very powerful feeling. The witnessing felt very unreal but very real. Really worth the place to visit. A visit to Hiroshima must be made to this historic landmark, and when you see the building that survived the atomic bombs up close, you can't help but feel the cruelty of the war by looking at the descriptions on the information boards.
空空CJThe special ferry to see the big bird house, also because I was too late to Miyajima, visit the time of the shrine of the island, so I also hurriedly take pictures. The mall is also closed very early, about 6 pm, the whole street is almost closed, there is no mean to make tourists money at all) The deer on Miyajima is much more gentle than the deer in Nara, but it is still forbidden to feed! I hope to have a chance to visit the look of the big bird house next time.
Gojunoto in Hiroshima, Japan is one of my favorite building to see. This five storeys japanese pagoda has such a beautiful architecture. I can’t stop staring at this building and studying every detail of it. I highly recommend to visit here if you love ancient japanese building. amazing. #wintergetaway
The most convenient way to travel is Hiroshima. It is free to go anywhere. Unexpectedly, the first day of heavy rain, I changed to take the bus, first went to the most winning courtyard to see the five-storied pagoda. The most successful school was built in 1532, started in 1556, and the five-storied tower built in 1667 was 31.2 meters high. It is called the most beautiful five-storied pagoda in the Northeast. There are not many tourists here, it is quiet. A gust of wind blew, the cherry blossom petals fell quietly, it was so beautiful. There is a Yasaka Shrine next to
, which can be visited together.