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It is a beautiful small island in Tomonoura. If you come to Fukuyama city, it is highly recommended to extend your trip to come here (30min by bus from Fukuyama station).
From the ferry station, it takes only 5 min to come to this island....More
This little island is connected to Tomonoura by a ferry (5 minutes shore to shore). There's a hotel and restaurants so is possible to stay the night but even for a short break of a couple of hours is well worth a visit because of...More
Great for exploring and the boat ride was fun. Has a few walking tracks to choose from. We picked a short walk to look at the "5-coloured rocks", it was very pleasant and calming for minds. We noticed some tourists booked to spend a night...More
Beautiful little island with two hotels, a few vending machines, and several baths. We took a hike in the morning to see the colored rocks, and tried to see the sea-fireflies, but because it was raining, no luck. I would bring snacks, because the food...More
I just visited there for an hour to have a look. But if you are hikers or into hiking, it's good tracking trail along the ocean. There are some hills ( we could say they're mountains). If it's summer, you can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, snorkelling...More
We took the boat to this island from Tomonaura waterfront. Tomonoura itself is just a 20 minute bus ride from the bus station outside Fukuyama JR train station, althougj ignore the printing error in the Rough Guide to Japan. You need to catch the bus...More
After a nice walk through Tomonomura, we decided to take the ferry to Sensui Island and we were not disappointed.
The island has several beaches (some of which require hiking and some seem only accessible by boat), nice hiking paths and some shops where you...More
It's less than 10' from Tomo-no ura by ferry. There are several beaches and easy hikes (20', 30' and 60' round-trip). Great views and sunsets from the outlooks, a campsite with fixed tents (tatami + fridge (!)) and two ryokans.