More impressions from Miyajima. You can spend the whole day on this island, there are so many beautiful spots and so many shops... Look at those fools! I'm not a doll fan but those tiny kimonos are just too amazing! Also the wonderful garden that you can view from the inside of one of the (more expensive) shops! And the ferry we took.
Pictures from our trip to Miyajima and the famous red gate, yesterday. First, we took the train and then it's just a short ride with the ferry to the beautiful island. Please enjoy the various views on the gate. Unfortunately, the weather was mostly cloudy but I managed to get one shot with the gate glowing in the sunlight. Also it's high tide atm so you can't get closer to the gate except you take a small boat with a guide, but honestly, I think the view of the "floating" gate is more beautiful anyway.
（誤) カモシカ舎 【正】かもしか舎
About"Miyajimaguchi Sozoroaruki market"…
You would enjoy storolling the market at Miyajimaguchi on the way to and from Miyajima(Itsukushima).
There are many things that you could buy and enjoy shopping and have experience. .
Enjoy yourself and spend time in "Miyajimaguchi Sozoroaruki market(marche)".
at aroud Miyajimaguchi.
rain or shine.
Itsukushima shrine, a Shinto shrine, located at the island of Itsukushima or known as Miyajima island, Hiroshima prefecture, Japan. The giant Torii gate stands in the water infront of the shrine, rebuilt recently in 1875. The original shrine was constructed in 593 CE, and has been rebuilt many times over the years. This is some of my stock pictures which I haven’t shared during my time in Japan. Will be sharing more over this couple of days. Pls enjoy it #japan#miyajima#miyajimaisland#hiroshima#visitjapan#cpmc2018
#Miyajima used to be the name of a town until 2005. Now it’s #hatsukaichi — but the island is called #itsukushima and the shrine is called #itsukushimashrine and the big gate is called #厳島大鳥居 (Itsukushima Oo-tori) People mess that up all the time. Which I understand, but it’s my point. You need context to understand what you’re seeing, so go see the things that everyone says you should see. It gives you context to understand the other things. And also, they are really pretty sometimes. http://timothybuerger.com/blog/2018/10/17/the-one-upsmanship-of-travel/
わたしはきょうねんはにほんにいました。This was the best oyster I have tasted in my entire life, from the island of Miyajima, minutes boat ride from Hiroshima.
Currently I am taking Japanese class. Please do correct my sentence above if it is not correct. ありがとうございます。