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Ojima Island, Matsushima-machi

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  • Probably most tourist miss this island, because that morning we were the only ones. There were some local clam-pickers and men fishing, but no visitors. So very peaceful experience. Beautiful views, t...  more »
  • A bridge takes you to this magical island. Lots of caves with relics and carvings can be found in many spots on the island. Some caves are easy to find, others are hidden. Strolling around the island,...  more »
  • Again, as part of a Matsushima visit, walking across this bridge and wandering around on the walking trails is a peaceful and beautiful way to spend an hour or 2. Good for taking photos for the Bay an...  more »
  • Beautiful and a quick walk, well worth the quick stop for a beautiful little place away from the city. Nice views back and a beautiful red bridge great for photos.
  • While the other two islands are surely the main attractions of Matsushima, don't miss out on this one. It offers a nice scenic view on the whole bay and several old Buddha panels.
  • Beautiful island. The larger one to the north is better but Oshima is worth a visit if you have time.
  • Great for an early morning hike to watch the sunrise.
  • This sacred island is a peaceful place to sit and enjoy the atmosphere of Matsushima. The small caves and Buddhist funereal tablets lend it a mysterious feel.