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Kurushima Kaikyo Bridge, Imabari

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Where to stay in Imabari

The accommodations of Imabari sit in the main city center on Shikoku, as well as on the islands of Oshima, Hakata, and Omishima. Business hotels predominate in the main urban area close to the station, with standard rooms, pools, and onsite restaurants. The islands offer more variety and character when it comes to places to stay. Look along the coast of each and you'll find traditional guesthouses, known as ryokans, as well as a couple of larger resorts.
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  • The fact that you can cycle across this fairly long bridge is an absolute treat! The view is spectacular and the bike lane is wide and smooth. I stopped often to take photos of the various islands in ...  more »
  • Had fun traversing this bridge. The access is safe and not very busy. Took me 2 hrs on a old non-geared bike from Imabari station to the Bridge and back. Left at 7 and was back at 9 for a good breakfa...  more »
  • We cycled over this bridge (twice!) on a return trip from Onomichi to Imabari. It is spectacular, so much so that I was actually pleased it was a misty day so I couldn't see too far as I cycled over i...  more »