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When visiting Asakusa, you have to see the Sumida river. Its wide banks and monumental bridges impress every Tokyo tourist. The view is stunning and it is a perfect place to relax and sit for a moment. You can have lunch while watching boats passing by or just take a walk along the shore and enjoy closeness of the water.
The cheapest way to reach Japan's rainforest island of Yakushima from Kagoshima on Kyushu is the daily car ferry, which has a range of facilities on board and good views during the voyage.
A fun afternoon activity to do while in Hiroshima is booking a private catamaran to enjoy the Seto Inland Sea and Miyajima's floating shrine at sunset.
Hiroshima Port serves as a connection between Hiroshima city and the Miyajima and Shikoku islands, with daily trips to Matsuyama.
There are two ferry services to Tokashiki Island. The larger Ferry Kerama takes 70 minutes, while the smaller but faster Marine Liner ferry takes about 35 minutes.
The seagulls kept us company for around 15-20 minutes, but as we approached Miyajima Island, they flew away.
Matsue, being a castle town, has an intricate web of waterways running through the town, spreading out from the inner and outer moats enclosing the castle.