Our Drive To Onomichi Via Tomonoura Port


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This morning we had to say goodbye to Bingoya and Kurashiki and we moved on to our next destination – Onomichi. I had already bookmarked some places to see on route while I was doing my research for this holiday. Driving for a few hours is never fun, especially children can easily get bored so well planned breaks are always an idea.

Kurashiki japan roadKurashiki cyclists japanKurashiki Japan truck on the road

Half way along is Tomonoura, nestled in a half moon bay in the middle of the Seto inland sea. The town used to be a stopping point for ships going between western Japan and Edo. The town is still largely unspoilt and not a lot has happened here since Edo times. The town has a labyrinth of narrow alleys, where every other building is a designated national asset and an old harbour, which can easily explored by foot. Children might also be interested in the fact that…

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