Onomichi Film Commission
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Night view of Kaiun pagoda and cherry blossomOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
Tenneiji Temple offers a beautiful night view of the Kaiun Pagoda and cherry blossoms overlooking the city lights of Onomichi City.
View from Saiganji TempleOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
A temple used as a location for a film. The view is from the western side of the city, looking to the east.
View of the Tenneiji Temple Pagoda (Kaiunto) and the CityOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
The only place to get a view of the Tenneiji Temple Pagoda overlooking the city and the sea. The view is especially beautiful during the cherry blossom season.
The Approach to Hachiman Shrine from a Shopping ArcadeOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
The approach leading to the main hall of the Hachiman Shrine from the downtown area during the Edo Period which was split into two, north and south, by a railroad and a national highway.
Sunset Path (west of Joudoji Temple’s Gate)Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
A low angle shot of the Sunset Path in front of the temple gate in autumn.
A Narrow Alley with Vermillion Torii Gate of Inari ShrineOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
A vermillion torii gate standing on a narrow alley called Miyoshiya Shoji, with buildings reminiscent of old merchant residents on both sides of the street.
Connecting Corridor at Tenneiji TempleOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
Overhead wooden corridor over a narrow path at Tenneiji Temple.
Stone Gate at Jikoji TempleOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
A very rare stone gate made of granite.
Stone steps at Misode Tenmangu ShrineOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
These stone steps were used in the film ‘I Are You, You Am Me’ (also known as ‘Exchange Students’) for the scene where the minds and bodies of the boy and girl are switched.
500 Arhats of Tenneiji TempleOnomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture
Tenneiji Temple houses 526 arhats (Rakan figures). Each figure was donated from the Edo to Meiji Era and there is one figure that faces backwards.