Shimonoseki

Shimonoseki is the sort of vacation destination you'll remember years after the vacation is over.

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Visitors to this Chugoku location share space with approximately 250,000 residents who dwell here.

Tokyo, the national capital, is located 510 miles east of Shimonoseki, while Yutama is 4 miles to the northwest.

A few hours exploring the beautiful aquatic displays of Shimonoseki Marine Science Museum is a reminder of just how extraordinary our oceans and waterways are. Enjoy an afternoon viewing unique underwater species in recreated environments.

When you're ready to take a break from being on the road, you'll find some peace in one of the area's well designed gardens and parks Hinoyama Park, Mimosusogawa Park and the Chofu Garden are great spots to kick back and share a picnic hamper.

A trip to Shimonoseki Tourist Information Center is a practical way to get a bit of information about the area.

Shimonoseki is full of great facts and stories, and there's plenty to explore when you step through the doors of its many educational exhibition spaces. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the different displays at the Shimonoseki City Art Museum and Fujiwara Yoshie Memorial Museum. Chofu Museum and Chofu Mori Residence are two more that are worth looking at.

With an abundance of holy buildings, Shimonoseki is a hotspot for those interested in religious history. The Kozanji Temple and Akama Shrine are among the most photographed of these. Two alternative places worthy of your time are Sumiyoshi Shrine and Sakurayama Shrine.

To experience one of the top landmarks around Shimonoseki, don't forget to stop at the famous Kaikyo Yume Tower.

Like many places with an interesting past, Shimonoseki has some interesting memorial structures and statues. Kanmonkyo Bridge and Tsunoshima Ohashi Bridge are two worthwhile sites to visit.

If you're looking to stock up on some local fashion while staying in Shimonoseki, browse the many fashion stores and eateries. Begin your shopping journey at Sea Mall Shimonoseki, Shimonoseki Fish Market or Karato Fish Market.

Accommodation in Shimonoseki

Short and long stay options in Shimonoseki tend to be a bit sparse. It's recommended to check out the latest information, listings and deals on Expedia's easy-to-use Shimonoseki lodging page.

The following Shimonoseki lodgings are worth considering, the Hotel AZ Yamaguchi Shimonoseki and Tokyo Daiichi Hotel Shimonoseki

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