The Shimanami Kaidō is a chain of islands across the Seto Inland Sea, joined by a series of bridges which carry an expressway and cycle paths.
One of the most historically significant shrines in Japan. Located on Ōmishima Island along the Shimanami Kaidō.
The fiirst major island on the Ehime side of the Shimanami Kaidō with scenes of rice paddy, shrines, temples, and cherry blossom.
Climb this spectacular rocky mountain on Omishima for an unforgettable view.
The second major island on the Ehime side of the Shimanami Kaido with beaches, salt lagoons, a reconstructed castle, and cherry blossom.
Okunoshima is known for its rabbits, its poison gas museum, and its ruined gun emplacements. The island makes a good day-trip.