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Cruises visiting Miyajima & all Miyajima cruises for  2019-2020

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Popularly known as Miyajima, the Shrine Island, Itsukushima is an island in the western part of the Inland Sea of Japan, located in the NW of Hiroshima Bay. The island lies 12 km WSW of the port of Hiroshima, and is famous for the Itsukushima Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gigantic red gate to the shrine can be reached at low tide off the north side of the island. The shrine itself is a red-lacquered complex of halls and pathways on stilts. The island retains a classically Japanese Edo-era (1603-1868) look, and the area from the ferry terminal can be walked easily, it’s only one kilometre along the shore, rising inland to low green hills.

Although the island has a population of only 2,000 people, it welcomes four million visitors annually. In town you’ll come upon inquisitive wild deer. A walk along the sea front is particularly attractive, and at night stone lanterns are lit. Look out for the Miyajima Public Aquarium with its sea shows, and the Municipal Museum of History and Folklore of Miyajima. Sparsely populated and mountainous, the entire island lies within Setonaikai National Park. Miyajima is one of the Three Views of Japan, Japan’s most famous sights, somewhat akin to the Seven Wonders of the Western World.

Hike (2 or so hours) to Mount Misen (530m), regarded as a holy mountain. View the primeval forest in the foothills, and many buildings and gates of the temple of Daisho-in on the north side of the mountain. Also famous is Momijidani Park, one of the most famous maple leaf valley parks in Japan. The fact that Miyajima has no cities, but rather small towns with simple houses and privately-owned shops, makes this an unusually quiet retreat, to contemplate and marvel at the beauty of nature and develop a respect for it as the islanders do.

Cruises visiting Miyajima in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

15

MAY

Silver Explorer cruises

9

NIGHTS

Silver Explorer cruises

$11,500

$1,278

4

JUN

Silver Explorer cruises

13

NIGHTS

Silver Explorer cruises

$8,800

$677

Cruises visiting Miyajima in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

3

OCT

Le Laperouse cruises

12

NIGHTS

Le Laperouse cruises

$6,770

$564

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