Tamaya

Address: 2658-8 Innoshimashigeicho, Onomichi, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 722-2102, Japan | B&B
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This B&B is located on 2658-8 Innoshimashigeicho, Onomichi.
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Travel Blogs from Onomichi

Bridges To Shikoku

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Nov 01, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... Japanese main island, Shikoku, you have now ,I think four points to cross bridges to reach it. I rode south wards from the city of Onomichi, crossing several island connected with bridges, to finally reach Imabari on Shikoku. The road is actually a motorway, but bike pads are either beside or underneath the bridge.This whole area is specially designed for bike tourers. If you are without a bike, there are many rental places around, if you do not know ...

Arashiyama Area - Kyoto

A travel blog entry by trishgriechen on Jul 03, 2014

7 photos

... spectacular views of the hillside, river and huge boulders below...think Puffing Billy on steroids! An awesome experience! As dusk fell we headed to a quaint riverside town to witness cormorant fishing. Birds on leashes, diving for fish from ancient looking boats. The fishermen keep the large fish while the birds get the rest. Sake on the banks of the river, in the rain, with paper lanterns swaying in the breeze completed our day. This was the longest. Home after ...

Onomichi to Imabari 70km Cycling

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley on Oct 27, 2013

... bike paths are clear. I passed through 8 Islands and 7 bridges. Each bridge is designed very unique and different from the other one. I landed at the Sunrise Itoyama bicycle terminal for the night for 4200¥ per night. The bath is quite an experience in the form of the Japanese ...

Bridge there, bridge that! A race against the sun!

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten on Aug 09, 2013

80 photos

... than I thought. But suddenly I reached full stop, a little harbour. A sign post covered with cute cartoon animals yelled that 'Shimanami Kaido starts here!!'. It turned out that the last bridge has such a narrow path for bicycles and pedestrians that it is not recommended to cross it. For 100yen (60pence) a little ferry takes you across to Onomichi in 2 minutes. My feet has never been more relieved in their life. I could feel my ten toes clapping! And this is where ...

A schmap & an app (The last log from Shikoku)

A travel blog entry by pixiekatten on Aug 06, 2013

32 photos

... lasted a whopping 5 weeks! I arrived in Imabari just before 1pm. The trainride to get here was only an hour and that was the slow train that stops every 2 minutes and lets more and more people on who all search the cart frenetically so they don't have to sit next to a stranger - specially not me. I could have arrived early and spent the day in Imabari but I had no rush leaving Matsuyama. It's a pretty city. The black castle on the hill. ...