Onomichi, in Hiroshima prefecture, is a small port city set on the hills of the Seto Inland Sea. Historically, this town has been a center of trade since the early 12th century and has produced a large number of poets, writers and directors. Its most famous attraction would be the Temple Walk, a network of paths connecting around 25 temples, as well as other attractions. Popular spots include the Jodo-ji Temple, the Onomichi City Museum of Art and Mt. Senkoji, with its stunning hanami views from Senko-ji Temple. Also well known is the Shimanami Kaido, a bridge that stretches between the main island of Honshu and Shikoku which can be used by pedestrians and cyclists alike. To help you get around, check out some of our favourite things to do in Onomichi.


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