Imabari

Travel Guide
Photo by Nana Ishii

Where to stay in Imabari

今治城

Katahara

You'll enjoy the restaurants and museums in Katahara. You might want to make time for a stop at Imabari Castle or Setonaikai National Park.

Katahara
The beautiful entrance gate into Oyamazumi Shrine, made from camphorwood.

Oyamazumi Shrine is located on Omishima, one of the islands   in the Seto Inland Sea between Hiroshima prefecture and Ehime Prefecture.

How to get there: On the Shimanami Kaido Highway by car or local bus.

Miyaura

You'll enjoy the museums and parks in Miyaura. You might want to make time for a stop at Omishima Museum of Art or Oyamazumi Shrine.

Miyaura
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Inokuchi

Inokuchi is well-liked for its parks. If you'd like to do some sightseeing in the greater Imabari area, you might plan a trip to Tatara Shimanami Park or Omishima Fuji Park.

Inokuchi
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Behu

Travelers like the parks in Behu, and Setonaikai National Park is a top attraction you might want to visit.

Behu
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Kikuma

Travelers like the parks in Kikuma, and Setonaikai National Park is a top attraction you might want to visit.

Kikuma
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Miyakubo

Miyakubo is well-liked for its parks. If you'd like to do some sightseeing in the greater Imabari area, you might plan a trip to Murakami Suigun Museum or Hakata-Oshima Bridge.

Miyakubo