“Cycle, travel, and good things,” the motto of the Onomichi U2 complex in Hiroshima, Japan, doesn’t begin to cover what awaits bicyclists who peddle up to the giant seafront warehouse. Located in the town of Onomichi—and comprising a futuristic cycle-through hotel, a restaurant/bar, bakery, cafe, and shops—the new enclave is situated at the head of the Shimanami Kaido, a scenic 70K trail that leads across bridges and islands. But you might want to just stay put. The complex occupies what had been a drab 1943 maritime structure on the Seto Inland Sea reinvented by local architecture firm Suppose Design Office. The cavernous interior has restaurants and shops at one end and hotel rooms at the other. “Our building materials, wood, mortar, and steel, recall the old houses of Onomichi and the shipbuilding that’s been such a longstanding tradition here,” the architects write, adding that they were after “the discovery of newness in a place long established.” For more information or reservation, just visit the link below.