Sea, Mountains & History - Experience it all in Aki.
The Tobishima Kaido in Kure boasts some of the finest citrus in the region and the Sandankyo Gorge in the north is a popular hiking trail especially in autumn.
Everyone who comes to Hiroshima has to visit the World Heritage Sites of Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima and the Atomic Bomb Dome. But there is a lot more to see, including the historic island town of Mitarai on the edge of the Tobishima Kaido with its preserved Edo period buildings and streets, the old quarter of Takehara City, and the oyster huts and restaurants spread across the Aki coastline.
The 800 meter long white sandy beach is also one of the biggest seaside sport parks in the Chugoku and Shikoku regions. It is fully equipped with indoor and outdoor showers, locker rooms, dressing rooms, a swimming pool for infants, and a central
In summer, fireworks displays paint the night skies of Japan with radiant light. Among them, the Miyajima Water Fireworks Festival is renowned for the gorgeous splen
Higashihiroshima City's Saijo district is famous throughout Japan as a leading sake brewing town, and it is also counted as one of the three great sake brewing districts of Japan. The area around JR Saijo Station is lined with many old and well-es