Guest House Kikugawa
Address796 Miyajima-chō MiyajimaSee nearby area
- +81 829 829 44 0039
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Lonely Planet review
This charming good-value inn is built in traditional style with wooden interiors. There are both tatami rooms with futons and rooms with beds, all with attached bathrooms. The tatami rooms are slightly larger – the most spacious with a cosy mezzanine sleepng area. Dinners are available, as is a no-frills Western-style breakfast.
Heading inland from the ferry terminal, walk through the tunnel; turn right after this and look for Kikugawa on the left opposite Zonkō-ji (存光寺) temple.
Our independent authors have visited Guest House Kikugawa and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Miyajima.
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