Stay & Find your fortune in our city
Fukuyama is the second most populous city in Hiroshima Prefecture after Hiroshima City.
It is located at the eastern end of the prefecture and midway along the coastline of the Seto Inland Sea, not far from Onomichi.
Fukuyama's city center is located a few kilometers inland around Fukuyama Station which stands directly adjacent to Fukuyama Castle.
Further south towards the water, tourists will find the noteworthy port town of Tomonoura and the unique Shinshoji Temple.
He is also known as the cousin of Ieyasu Tokugawa.
Fukuyama Hachimangu Shrine
Fukuyama Hachimangu Shrine rises in a silent and beautiful grounds.
Ushitora Jinja Shrine
Kimon is mean an unlucky quarter.
It was built as a shrine to protect Fukuyama castle from "Kiｍon".
Kusado Inari Jinja Shrine
Enjoy a panoramatic view of the ctiy from here
There are a few shops selling homeishu, the local medicinal liquor.
The bayfront area is littered with small boats, demonstrating the port's continuing relevancy.
Built by Mouri Terumoto and designated as a property of national importance, the Abuto-kannon Temple has long been used to give prayers for safe childbirth and safe voyages.
Please enjoy the trip of Fukuyama which is not elsewhere.
While traveling the world, I noticed the encounter with people and the enjoyment of communication.
I rediscover the charm of Fukuyama where I was born and raised and let me guide you so that everyone can enjoy it