Tomonoura is a picturesque port in Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture on the southern point of the Numakuma Peninsula.
Onomichi is a fascinating town built largely on a hillside overlooking a saltwater channel that looks like a river.
Okunoshima is known for its rabbits, its poison gas museum, and its ruined gun emplacements. The island makes a good day-trip.
As the resting place of Kōbō Daishi, Mt. Kōya is the start and end point of the Shikoku Pilgrimage.
Kosan-ji is a temple on the island of Ikuchijima. It belongs to the Hongan-ji school of Jodo Shinshu. It houses over two thousand items, including nineteen Important Cultural Properties.
Castle built in 1983 as a museum to house historic artefacts from the local maritime clans period.
Innoshima Island is an island on the Shimanami Kaido. It has a fine beach and a Suigun castle.
Ikuchi Island is an island on the Shimanami Kaido. It is home to the colourful Kosan-ji Temple, numerous shrines, and scenic mountains.