Most visitors to Hiroshima and Miyajima sadly never get a chance to explore the many hidden treasures of the San’in and San’yo regions of Japan.
Found between the western Honshu and the island of Shikoku, the Seto Inland Sea has one of the highest concentration of attractions in Japan.
Found less than hour from Hiroshima, the port and shipbuilding city of Kure served as the headquarters of the Japanese navy during the war.
While Hiroshima is no stranger to tourists, most visitors sadly only ever experience the sites related to the atomic bombing and World War II.
The sacred isle of Miyajima is a well established destination. That said, one great way to avoid the crowds is to spend the night on the island.