one way ticket : 180 yen
Ferry terminal is just 5 minutes walk from JR Miyajimaguchi station.
When you go out from the station, go down the stairs from the entrance of underground passage. (You can use the elevator as well)
Go through the underground passage.
When you go up to the street, you can see the ferry terminal.
There are two different ferry services. On your right , there is the “JR Miyajima Ferry” terminal. On your left, there is the ferry terminal of “Matsudaikisen”. Same fares, same destination, so you can take whichever you want.
If you have Japan Rail Pass, you’d better to take JR ferry because the fare is included. I recommend JR ferry for the tourist because you can see Big Torii Gate closer.
The ferry service runs every 15 minutes during a daytime but less at nighttime, so please check the website if you get to Miyajima at night.
This is the ferry terminal of JR Miyajima Ferry.
This is the ferry terminal of Matsudaikisen.
You can buy the ticket at the ticket office or you can use the ticket machine as well. You give the ticket to the officer when you get on the ferry at Matsudaikisen. You give the ticket to the officer when you get off the ferry at JR Miyajima Ferry.
Go through the sidewalk, then you can get to the ferry port.
All seats are non-reserved. You can see Big Torri Gate from the right side of the ferry.
JR Miyajima Ferry takes route that you can see Big Torii Gate closer.
You can take great photos from the ferry.
After getting off the ferry, go to the terminal.
You give the ticket ( or show your Japan Rail Pass) to the officer at the exit.