|Location||Seto Inland Sea|
|Area||31.21 km2 (12.05 sq mi)|
|Length||8.8 km (5.47 mi)|
|Width||4.9 km (3.04 mi)|
|Coastline||24 km (14.9 mi)|
|Highest elevation||472.3 m (1549.5 ft)|
|Highest point||Mount Kanno|
|Pop. density||352/km2 (912/sq mi)|
Ikuchi-jima (生口島, Ikuchijima) is one of the Geiyo Islands in the Seto Inland Sea, belonging to Hiroshima Prefecture in Japan. Ikuchi-jima is administered as part of Onomichi city. The bridges connecting Ikuchi-jima to the mainland (Honshū) via Innoshima and to Shikoku via Ōmishima Island. The island's highest peak is Mount Kanno at 472.3 m (1,550 ft).
- April 1, 1889, Ikuchi-juma was formally demarcated into Nishiikuchi-gun, Kitaikuchi-gun, Myōga-gun and Minamiikuchi-gun
- April 1, 1937, Nishiikuchi-gun merged into Setoda.
- April 1, 1944, Kitaikuchi-gun and Myōga-gun merged into Setoda.
- April 1, 1955, Minamiikuchi-gun merged into Setoda.
- July 27, 1970, Bridge connection to Takane Island opened.
- December 8, 1991, Bridge connection to Innoshima and Ōmishima.
- January 10, 2006, Setoda, along with the city of Innoshima, was merged into the expanded city of Onomichi
- Outdoor island-wide monument park
- Hiking and cycling routes
- Sunset-view beach hotels
- Lemon orchards -Ikuchijima is known as "Lemon Island" in Japan.
- This article incorporates material from Japanese Wikipedia page 生口島, accessed 11 June 2018
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