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Hiroshima and Saijo?

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Hiroshima and Saijo?

Considering skipping Hiroshima Castle and going sake tasting instead.

What do you think?

If we have time I'd like to do all three but we are on a day trip from Osaka, and I want to be back in Osaka for dinner- PS we have to get a taxi or trains from Osaka to Saki station which is simpler/ we have jr pass

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1. Re: Hiroshima and Saijo?

How about Miyajima? I highly recommend including it. Hiroshima Castle is nothing special so I'd skip it and if you want the sake tasting, do it near Osaka, either at Nada or Fushimi. But skipping Miyajima is not wise.

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2. Re: Hiroshima and Saijo?

I'd love to make time to go to Miyajima. I just don't think we have enough time.

We are coming from Kyoto in the am then staying in Sakai that night.

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