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Seto Inland Sea

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Overlooking Benesse House in Naoshima and Seto Inland Sea

The Seto Inland Sea (瀬戸内海 Seto Naikai) is the body of water between the Japanese islands of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu.


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Floating torii of Miyajima

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Many of Japan's largest cities border the Inland Sea, and the countless small islands in the Sea are perfect for off-the-beaten-track exploration.

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Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, as seen from Awaji Island

By boat[edit]

Boats are the natural way to travel around the sea. There are countless services, most running only short distances; check under your destination of interest for details.

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After billions of dollars in construction works, the Seto Inland Sea is now crossed by no less than three stupendously huge bridges. From east to west:

  • Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, with the longest suspended span in the world, between Akashi (off Kobe, Honshu) and Awaji
  • Seto-Ohashi Bridge, a set of six bridges connected Okayama (Honshu) to Kagawa (Shikoku)
  • Shimanami Kaido, from Hiroshima (Honshu) to Ehime (Shikoku)

By train[edit]

The only train connection across the Inland Sea is via the Seto-Ohashi Bridge from Okayama to Takamatsu and onward. Services are fast and frequent, although no Shinkansen service is available.

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