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[Hiroshima ]A beautiful view to heal your tired mind! 9 sightseeing spots in the Bingo area

[Hiroshima ]A beautiful view to heal your tired mind! 9 sightseeing spots in the Bingo area

2021-04-06 Management office

Bingo was originally a local administrative division of Japan, dividing Kibi, a country under the ritsuryo system, into Bizen, Bicchu, and Bingo. We have compiled a list of sightseeing spots in the Hiroshima part of Bingo, which straddles Okayama and Hiroshima. This is the beginning of a slightly more mature journey to forget time and calm your mind, from sacred places to the islands of the Seto Inland Sea, which are full of a sense of freedom. Just by choosing a trip to Bingo, you may be able to enjoy a little bit of adult life by the time you return.
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Shimanami Sea Route

Shimanami Kaido is a bridge across the Seto Inland Sea connecting Onomichi City and Imabari City on Shikoku Island.
There are ten bridges in the Seto Inland Sea, and the Shimanami Kaido is the Nishi-Seto Expressway.

Sanctuary for Cyclists

The bridge is open not only to cars, but also to pedestrians and bicycles, and has become a very popular "sacred place" among cyclists as a cycling road that allows cyclists to ride on the sea. From Onomichi City, cross the Onomichi Ohashi Bridge to Mukaishima, and from Mukaishima, cross the Innoshima Ohashi Bridge to Innoshima. From Innoshima to Ikuchijima via Ikubashi Bridge is in Hiroshima Prefecture, and from Ikuchijima to Ehime Prefecture. A tour across the bridge, which is approximately 60 km long, by bicycle is becoming popular.

"Facility Information "
Facility Name: Shimanami Sea Route
Address: Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture to Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture, 722-0036
Phone number: 0848-44-3700
Hours: Kuraishima SA 8:00 - 21:00
Regular holiday: No mid-year break
Material:Basically no material. 4700yen for a regular car between Nishise Tome Road and Imabari

To the Island

Crossing the Shimanami Kaido, the first stop is Mukojima.
Mukojima Island can be reached via the Shimanami Kaido or by boat.

There are many retro, fashionable stores and hidden gems scattered throughout the area, and if you climb the mountain, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the islands of the Seto Inland Sea, and you will always discover something different no matter which island you see the Seto Inland Sea from.
You can relax and enjoy the scenery and the laid-back atmosphere that you will never get tired of looking at forever.

"Facility Information "
Facility name: Mukaishima
Address: Mukaishima-cho, Onomichi, Hiroshima 722-0073


Innoshima Island, which is associated with the Murakami pirates, is home to Innoshima Suigun Castle, a naval museum that is unique in Japan. At night, the lights of the shipyard and the city of Onomichi are beautiful and famous as a photo spot.

local specialty

In fact, Innoshima Island has produced many celebrities, including Porno Graffitti and Kanae Minato.
Citrus fruits are a thriving agricultural product on Innoshima Island, and hassaku (a type of citrus fruit) is especially famous. Hakusaku jelly and hakusaku daifuku, which have a relaxed character, are rare souvenirs that can only be found on Innoshima.

"Facility Information "
Facility name: Innoshima Island
Address: 7-4, Dojo-cho, Innoshima, Onomichi, Hiroshima 722-2392

Sengoku Island

Ikuchijima Island is famous for its Setouchi lemons.
Lemon trees are everywhere, especially in Lemon Valley, a lemon grove filled with lemon trees that fills the air with the scent of lemons.

Why is the torii of Hamanomiya Shrine located in such a strange place? The torii gate of Hamanomiya Shrine is located in such a strange place that it makes one wonder why it is located here, and one can fully enjoy the island atmosphere.

Whole Island Museum

The entire island is currently hosting an art museum, with 17 works of art displayed outdoors. If you have come all this way, you will want to find them all!

"Facility Information "
Facility name: Sengokujima
Address: 1-9 Kadahara, Setoda-cho, Onomichi, Hiroshima 722-2492
Phone number: 0845-27-2211

huge comma design

Tomonoura, located in the center of the Seto Inland Sea, is an attractive tourist destination with its retro atmosphere and many old buildings.
It is designated as a Japanese Heritage Site and an Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings, and is famous as a "port of waiting.

Senanoshima Island, which can be seen from Tomonoura, has a bizarre landscape of oddly shaped rocks, caves, and five-colored rocks.
The view of Tomonoura from here is also excellent, and the small islands of the Seto Inland Sea can be seen from here. Senanoshima Island is also home to a legend that a hermit used to live there, and visitors can enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere of the island.

"Facility Information "
Facility name: Tomonoura
Address: Tomo-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima 720-0202
Phone number: 084-982-3200

Sakhalin Gorge (i.e. the Gorge of Sakhalin)

Teishakyo Gorge, designated as a national scenic beauty spot, is one of Hiroshima's most famous scenic spots and one of the 100 most scenic spots in Japan.

The whole place is a healing power spot.

Complete with a boardwalk, visitors can see huge natural bridges, stalactite caves, rock pillars, and waterfalls.
The surroundings are spectacular, showcasing the grandeur of nature, and can be enjoyed in any season.

"Facility Information "
Facility name: Teishakukyo
Address: Nagano, Kamishikogen-cho, Kamishi-gun, Hiroshima 729-3602
Phone number: 08477-2-5811

Shiro Highland Farm

The farm covers an area of 55,000 m2 and is covered with tulips in spring, sunflowers in summer, and dahlias in fall.

In addition to the main flowers, there are many other flowers such as hydrangeas and roses, and many events are held in collaboration with other flowers.

Very popular Candle Night

Candle Night is one of the most popular events, where visitors can experience the fantastic atmosphere of many flowers, a star-filled sky, and candles through all five senses.

"Facility Information "
Facility name: Sera Highland Farm
Address: 1124-11 Bessako, Sera-cho, Sera-gun, Hiroshima 729-3305
Phone number: 0847-24-0014
Business hours: 9:00-18:00 (subject to seasonal changes)
Closed: Open daily during the event
Fee: Adults 800 yen / 4 years old to junior high school students 400 yen

Koyo Kita Hills Park

National Bihoku Hillside Park, which boasts an area of 3.4 km², also offers a panoramic view of seasonal flowers. Hands-on events are held throughout the year, allowing visitors to enjoy the park all year round.

Nemophila are in full bloom in the picnic plaza, and if the season is right, you can see a collaboration of daffodils with plum blossoms and cherry blossoms. There is also a playground with a jet roller slide, allowing visitors to escape from the digital society and become one with nature.

"Facility Information "
Facility name:National Park
Address: 4-10 Mikkaichi-cho, Shobara-shi, Hiroshima 727-0021
Phone number: 0824-72-7000
Hours of operation: 9:30-16:30
Closed: Monday
Material: 450yen for adults / No material for junior high school students and below

Abusubi Kannon Hall

Built on a cliff cape, the Abusagi Kannondo, a rarity in Japan, is a sight to behold from the outside, but you can also enter the Abusagi Kannondo to see the scenery outside. The Kannondo is in perfect harmony with the Seto Inland Sea, making it a spectacular sight.
It is designated as an important cultural property of Japan, and is believed to bring blessings for safe voyages, childbirth, and childbirth.

Overwhelming sense of oppression from both outside and inside

The atmosphere is excellent even after entering the building!

"Facility Information "
Facility Name: Abushi-Usagi Kannon-do
Address: 1427-1 Notohara, Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture, 720-0312
Phone number: 084-987-3862
Business hours: 8:00-17:00
Material: 100yen for junior high school students and above / 50yen for elementary school students


We have introduced a number of must-see tourist attractions that have been created over time, where "nature and history" overlap and cannot be missed when sightseeing in the Bingo area.
None of them were created on the spur of the moment yesterday, but were created over time in harmony with nature, making them the perfect place to melt the hardened heart of any visitor.
By putting yourself in a situation where there is nothing to stimulate you, you will mysteriously regain your self-confidence.

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