Miyajima Island Tour In Hiroshima

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4K Japan walking tour – Miyajima Island Tour in Hiroshima.

This is a 1hr walking tour video of Miyajima Island in Hiroshima prefecture, Japan. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations from Hiroshima city, and is a short ferry ride away from the city.

After a few days of nonstop-cycling, we had some rain in the forecast and decided to have a change of pace and have a “normal” tourist kind of day walking around Miyajima Island.

This is day 6 of our 2020 Japan cycling trip, and you can watch the full playlist here.

Watch the video for complete details:

Timestamps:

  • 0:00 – Arrive at Miyajimaguchi station
  • 3:20 – Bakery lunch stop
  • 5:40 – Miyajimaguchi ferry station
  • 10:03 – Board Miyajima ferry boat
  • 13:45 – Arrive at Miyajima Island
  • 19:38 – Wild deer fighting birds
  • 21:02 – Miyajima shopping street
  • 29:50 – Itsukushima Shrine are at high tide
  • 34:30 – Five Storied Pagoda
  • 34:34 – Miyajima residential houses and backroads
  • 41:50 – Small river walking path
  • 47:00 – More residential Japan walking
  • 50:00 – Miyajima beach area
  • 54:00 – Itsukushima shrine low tide
  • 58:25 – Momiji manju snacks

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Two Wheel Cruisehttps://twowheelcruise.com/
Hi, my name is Cruise! I’m an American expat cyclist living & working in Japan. Two Wheel Cruise, or TWC for short, is my BLOG / YouTube Channel about my life abroad. I mostly talk about cycling and life in Japan, but I also like to talk about food, travel, hiking, learning Japanese, etc.. You get the point. I’ve been blogging on and off through various platforms for years, and in 2017 I decided to start making videos on YouTube, thus began the “Two Wheel Cruise” project. Since starting the channel, I’ve managed to get married and my (Vietnamese) wife, Thuong, often joins me in our cycling VLOGS around Japan.

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