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Mt. Kiro Observatory Park

Yoshiumichomyo, Imabari 794-2115, Ehime Prefecture
+81 897-84-2111
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You can look over the past and future of your trip along Shimanami Kaido Highway.

I took a Shinkansen train from Osaka to Fukuyama, and rented a car there to make a trip along... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Kwakaku
,
Sakai, Japan
awesome views

of the vast expanse of the Kurushima Kaikyo Suspension bridge, the Seto inland seas and other... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2017
gy820
,
Oahu, Hawaii
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  • Very good28%
  • Average4%
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19 Aug 2017
“You can look over the past and future of your trip along Shimanami Kaido Highway.”
21 Mar 2017
“awesome views”
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Yoshiumichomyo, Imabari 794-2115, Ehime Prefecture
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+81 897-84-2111
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Reviewed 20 August 2017

I took a Shinkansen train from Osaka to Fukuyama, and rented a car there to make a trip along Shimanami Kaido Highway. From Onomichi, I had drove through Mukojima, Innoshima, Ikuchijima, Omishima, Hakatajima, and Oshima Islands, and was going to "land" Shikoku Island. I could...More

1  Thank Kwakaku
Reviewed 22 March 2017

of the vast expanse of the Kurushima Kaikyo Suspension bridge, the Seto inland seas and other islands, and even the strong currents between the islands creating the swirls of water. Too early to also enjoy the numerous sakura trees just below the observation decks. must...More

Thank gy820
Reviewed 2 November 2016

good view and must visit if you go Shikoku but seem not so many people go here as the ground getting some moss. so slippery. overall view is stunning. the view could see so many islands and bridges. love it.

Thank iamface
Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

しまなみ海道サイクリングの途中で行きました。8段変速で登るのはなかなかツライが、頑張って行く価値はあります。駐車場だけでなく、上の展望台をお忘れなく。360度のパノラマが観れます。 Visited on the way of Shimanami Sea Routes. Hard to climb by bicycle, but worth to do hard job. Try ! Takes more than 30 minutes to go from R137, just 10 minutes to get down. Sun set would be the best. 英語は文字にカウントしないのはおかしいともう。

Thank 759u1
Reviewed 11 July 2016

We drove across the Shimanami expressway and the first stop was at this Observation Point on Oshima Island. It was quite a winding drive up the hill, and we noticed many brave cyclists along the way. At the top, simply beautiful and absolutely fantastic, the...More

1  Thank Sunny M
Reviewed 9 September 2015

Access is a little bit tough because winding road but not be far from the main route. Nature and magnificent bridge are very impressive. One of the best place to visit this area.

Thank iyopom
Reviewed 27 December 2014 via mobile

One would need a set of wheels to get here. An easy drive just off the highway and it well worth the while. Majestic views of the bridges and looking back at Imabari, Shikoku. We have seen the views at Mt Inasa in Nagasaki, Mt...More

1  Thank BertSG
Reviewed 22 July 2012

Observatory built into the mountain. Stair-climbing required but views are worth it.

1  Thank FellowTraveler12
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