A great deal for visiting a few sites in a short time. Up to four passengers can hire a taxi for up to three hours, including waiting time at any sites. Passengers are also given a coupon card that can be used with …
Eight Sanyo Kisen ferries run a day from the port in Kasaoka (about seven minutes from Kasaoka Station) to Manabe-shima, stopping at Shiraishi-jima. There are four regular services and four high-speed services. Chec…
Has ferries that run between Onomichi and Setoda port on Ikuchi-jima, also stopping in at Shigei-Higashi port on Inno-shima. Bicycles can be carried for a fee. Full timetable and prices on their website.
Hiroshima's main bus centre, with connections to major destinations in the region and across the country. It's located on the 3rd floor between the Sogo and AQ'A shopping centres in the city centre.
Take the main road leading straight out from the south side of the station, then take a left turn at the first major intersection; this rental outlet is in a petrol station on the right.
On Onomichi's historic temple walk, this ropeway whisks you up the hillside to an observation tower and the Senkō-ji-kōen area, home to Onomichi's best known temple, Senkō-ji.
Cafe Ougiya Rent-a-Cycle is inside the Marine Station at the port. A few electric bikes (¥1000 per day) and scooters (¥1500 per day) are also available.
Hiroshima's airport is 40km east of the city, with limousine bus connections to/from Hiroshima Station (¥1340, 45 minutes, every 15 to 30 minutes).
It's worth the walk here to get a bicycle with gears. It's about 2km from Tonoshō port. Ask at the ferry terminal for a town map with directions.
The first of two rental sheds directly left as you exit Higashi-Hagi Station. Smile allows taking bikes overnight whereas the other doesn't.