Autumn at the Five-Storied Pagoda
Yawarabi Lantern Festival
Fall Light Up
Red tilefish (tango guji or aka-amadai)
Bigfin reef squid (aka ika)
Matsushima Teramachi Chakai
Autumn in Momiji-dani Park
Fuyu-hanabi (winter fireworks)
Moon Viewing at Kanrantei Tea House
Tango Kimono Matsuri in Amanohashidate
The Grand Torii is a vermillion shrine gate standing in the peaceful waves of the Seto Inland Sea. Miyajima, meaning ‘Shrine Island,’ has long been famous for its spiritual history and awe-inspiring scenery.
Laying in the Tango Bay like a bridge between heaven and earth, this natural phenomenon has been praised in song and poetry since ancient times.
The 260 pine-clad islands of Matsushima (which itself means "pine islands") have fascinated the Japanese people for over 1000 years.