Miyajima in the Saeki District of Hiroshima is a gorgeous island ornamented with a number of captivating locales. Initially named Itsukushima, the island is usually called Miyajima, or the Shrine Island. The town has been privileged as a holy destination as Kobo Daishi, a monk, selected the island as a seat of Buddhist Shingon Sect. The island has since then been conserving its holiness, and stands today as a admired destination for tourists and pilgrims across the globe. Miyajima today is a enthralling locale with its shoreline, and the old-fashioned look that the municipality still wears. The vivid red structure attracts a number of visitors to appreciate the beautiful architecture.