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While the shopping area was not specifically on our “to-see” list, we’re glad we did.
So much fresh food and drinks ready to be tried. They were all so tasty. If tasty food snacks isn’t your thing then there are plenty of stores to shop...More
Nothing spectacular but that‘s the only street at Miyajima where you can stroll around and buy souvenirs, sample some oysters and try the traditional cookie. It‘s 10 mins walk max and you cannot miss it you are in the city. I liked it the most...More
Despite the crowds, I love this island. This was our
third visit to Hiroshima and as always, we spent a
day on Miyajima island.
This shopping area has a great selection of souvenir
shops and restaurants. I managed to find an excellent
wooden doll for...More
Our tour group of 8 did a day trip to Miyajima Island from Hiroshima. We spent a couple hours visiting the temples and shrines and then it was time for lunch. We were extremely pleased to find the excellent variety of street food available. It...More
Fantastic little street with plenty of little shops and restaurants. Bear in mind you'll definitely leave some money in that little street, try Okonomiyaki in any of the restaurant as well as oysters in any small stand.
There are tons of little shops along the streets. Most sell inexpensive souvenirs, which is great where you have 13 grandchildren. They have several places to buy ice cream, some restaurants and some little places for specialty foods like corn, grilled oysters and octopus balls.
We happen to be on Miyajima recently was it was particularly crowded so it meant managing the crowded streets as you went from shop to shop. But it was fine and of course the majority of people on the street are very polite. The shops...More