Michi-no-Eki Imabari City Tatara Shimanami Park, Imabari

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Michi-no-Eki Imabari City Tatara Shimanami Park is located in Imabari. Before you head to Imabari, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Imabari holiday planner, to make sure you see all that Imabari has to offer, including Michi-no-Eki Imabari City Tatara Shimanami Park.
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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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  • We are not super athletic so we decided to stop half way. There is also a market with some local food so this might be a good place for a picnic. They have camping for ¥1,000 and ¥300 per person. They...  more »
  • Unlike the parks on nearby islands along the Shimanami Kaido, this park seemed to be mostly gift shop, restaurant, and trinket/food stalls. There is a grassy area next to the sea, but few options to s...  more »
  • Many Tatara bridge, looking at the break. Many of the cyclists. Hakata salt and citrus ice cream is sold. Just relaxing watching the peaceful Seto Inland Sea and healed!.
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