The beauty of the Seto Inland Sea with its 3000 islands is praised by the Japanese people. This body of water is separating the main islands Honshu, Kyushu and Shikoku. It was on my must-see list for a long time. After a hiking tour along the coastline near Onomichi, a bike ride over the famous Seto Bridge and some island hopping by ferry, including Innoshima Island, I can officially confirm the area is breathtakingly beautiful.
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