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Hiroshima, a good old Japanese landscape surrounded by the sea and mountains. The magnificent beauty and nostalgia that can only be found here will surely inspire your creativity.

Mukojima

Mukojima faces Onomichi across the Onomichi Channel, and is connected to Shinomichi Ohashi and Onomichi Ohashi by three ferry boats. The ferry boats that travel on and off the Onomichi Channel are nostalgic and full of travel. Fruit trees and flowers are cultivated in a warm climate, and orchid cultivation is especially popular.

In addition, there are many film locations for films directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi, such as Kaneyoshi Bus Waiting Area, Rest Area Mukaishima, and Hamanoura Tunnel, and many fans visit nostalgic spots.

Tomonoura Fukuyama, Hiroshima

Tomonoura, which became famous as the place where Director Hayao Miyazaki came up with the idea of “Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea” released in 2008, and is gaining popularity as a location for movies and TV dramas.

In addition, it is the shooting location for the Hollywood movie “Wolverine: SAMURAI” released in 2013, and it is said that it was selected from over 50 candidate sites throughout Japan as the port town where the original scenery of Japan remains.

Many harbor facilities from the Edo period remain in the port town, Sakai, and the streets depicted in the town maps of the latter half of the Edo period are almost extinct. The atmosphere of Japan's good old port town, which was selected as one of “100 selections of urban landscapes” and “100 selections of beautiful Japanese historical culture”, will surely create images that will impress the hearts of viewers.

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Osaki Shimojima Kure, Hiroshima

Osaki Shimojima, one of the archipelago in the middle of the Seto Inland Sea. The terraced fields of mandarin oranges spread throughout the island, white flowers in spring, and golden fruits reflected in the blue sea from autumn to winter, creating a beautiful landscape.

In the Mitarai district, there are many buildings that can show the image of Showa from Edo. “Historic Hill Park”, where you can get a panoramic view from the Mitarai townscape to the Kurushima Strait, is a great location.

Yoji Yamada is also the filming location of the movie “Tokyo Family” released in 2013, and the reason for choosing Osaki Kamijima from among the many candidate locations "" Island atmosphere reminiscent of the good times that flourished in tangerine cultivation ".
It also serves as a model for the fictitious island “Iwajima”, the stage of the 2012 movie “Letter to Momo”.

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Kure

Kure City, located in the southwestern part of Hiroshima Prefecture, faces the Seto Inland Sea and is one of Japan's leading coastal cities, blessed with a mild climate and nature. It is said to be a “natural good harbor” because of its characteristic topography.

Before the war, it was known as the best naval port in the Orient, Japan's No. 1 port, where the “Watching Game Yamato” was built. Kure City, where its taste still remains, can enjoy a romantic shooting of history and culture, including the scenery of Setouchi, historic sites related to the former Navy, and local industries.

Onomichi / Kaikyo Bridge

he largest bridge of Shimanami Kaido connecting Oshima and Shikoku is the Kurushima Strait Bridge. Known as the world's first triple suspension bridge, the scenery created by graceful construction utilizing natural scenery is truly a masterpiece. There are small bike paths and bicycle pedestrian paths on both sides of the bridge, and you can see the dynamic view of the Seto Inland Sea from the bridge, including the Kurushima Strait, which is famous as a scenic spot in the Seto Inland Sea National Park.
The Kurushima Strait is the three tides of the Seto Inland Sea, and you can see the whirlpools from the bridge. The best way to experience the power of the Kurushima Kaikyo Bridge is from under the bridge. You can also enjoy a romantic night view when you are lit up.

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