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  • Miraculous scenery
  • Wonder of nature
  • Legend of miracle
  • Map for strolling
  • Access
  • Ropeway fares and Hours
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    To passengers carrying pets
    No animals other than seeing-eye dogs and service dogs are permitted to be carried on the ropeway.
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    To passengers with wheelchairs or baby carriages
    As the ropeway station is not provided with an elevator, the circulating type ropeway cannot accommodate passengers in wheelchairs or baby carriages.
    We would ask you to leave your wheelchairs or baby carriages at the Momijidani Station ticket of f ice.

Legend of miracle

Mountain of mystery Miraculous legends inhabit Mt. Misen.



Kiezu-no-hi (The Eternal Flame)

The miraculous flame has been burning for over 1,200 years.
This holy fire, which Kobo Daishi used as part of his religious training, is burning now after 1,200 years in the Kiezu-no-Reikado Hall. It is said that holy water boiled with this fire works for all sorts of diseases. It was also used as the pilot light for the Flame of Peace in Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park.

Visitez en couple le mont Misen à Miyajima et renforcez votre amour !

Kiezu-no-Reikado Hall, which has kept a holy fire burning for over 1,200 years, is designated as a Lover’s Sanctuary – as a place bringing more happiness to its visitors.

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Misenhondo Hall

Holy hall standing on the former training site used by Kukai, posthumously known as Kobo Daishi
It is said that this hall stands on the site where Kobo Daishi built a hall to practice a 100-day Buddhism training. Kobo Daishi was looking for holy sites after returning from China.

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Sankido Hall

Well-being of the family and prosperity in business
The hall is unique in that it enshrines oni, or awesome deities. Praying to the deities is good for the well-being of the family and prosperity in business.

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Miyamajinja Shrine

Like the shrine was built in the sky!
It is said that it was built to the rear (Oku-no-miya), when Itsukushima Shrine was built by Taira-no-Kiyomori. It enshrines the same deities as Itsukushima Shrine.
Miyajima Ropeway
Momijidani Park, Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi-shi, Hiroshima-ken 739-0522