Miyajima Omotesandō Shōtengai
Omotesandō Shōtengai is a 350-meter long street full of 70+ shops that have some of the best opportunities to try some Miyajiman treats. Those include the finest seafood such as grilled oysters and sticky rice balls served with oysters or salt-water eel. For fish haters, maybe deep-fried momiji manju are more to your taste. The street is also home to a world record 2.5 tonne wooden spatula known as a Miyajima shamoji. Smaller ones are sold in various souvenir shops and are thought to bring good luck. The monster spatula was a commemoration for Itsukushima Shrine becoming a world heritage site in 1996.