Kojima is the birthplace of Japanese denim, a fabric with its own name—Japan blue. Visitors to Kojima can wander streets inspired by denim, feast on fresh seafood, and get active across the Seto Inland Sea.
Kojima, Japan, is home to the denim-obsessed Jeans Street. With more than 35 stores catering to jeans enthusiasts, it’s history is a bit surprising. Learn more about this unexpected shopping destination.
Heading to Itsukushima Island while in Hiroshima? Here’s our roundup of the best Miyajima souvenirs to buy to enjoy there or bring home to share.
From sweet to savoury and even a tipple: our lineup of the best, most delicious Miyajima foods to enjoy in the omotesando or strolling around the island.
Our list of the best things to do on Miyajima including temples, shrines, nature, hiking, shopping, food, drinks and simply relaxing and enjoying!
Archeological evidence, historical texts and oral traditions trace the story of Shimane Prefecture so far that eventually, one exits the realm of concrete records and enters the world of myths. This is why exhibits at the Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo blend historical and mythological sources to capture a glimpse of the old Izumo Province (now eastern Shimane).