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Walk along wooden piers and observe the captivating sights of this Shinto shrine that appears to float on the water offshore from Miyajima Island.
Spend a day reflecting on the atomic bombing that devastated Hiroshima in 1945 and discover the city’s mission for peace at this beautifully designed park in the city center.
The only building still standing in the atomic bomb’s devastating hypocenter now crests the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, symbolizing the city’s plea for peace.
Take a relaxing and scenic ferry trip to the sacred island of Miyajima and begin your journey to serene shrines and a tranquil mountain peak.
Visit this magnificently reconstructed castle to explore its towering main keep and learn about Japanese feudal history and Samurai culture at the museum within.
Catch an event at Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium during your trip to Hiroshima. Visit the notable monuments and shops in this walkable area.
Learn about the catastrophic impact the atomic bomb had on Hiroshima through personal stories, scientific documentation and real footage at this museum dedicated to world peace.
You can browse the exhibits at Yamato Museum, a museum with a storied past, during your travels to Kure. Discover the top-notch restaurants and fascinating museums in this walkable area.
See the majestic porpoises and sea lions of the Seto Inland Sea or touch penguins and shoreline creatures at this comprehensive aquarium on Miyajima Island.
You'll enjoy the breweries and festivals in Higashihiroshima. You might want to make time for a stop at Akikokubunji Temple or Kamoizumi Sake Brewery.
You'll enjoy the beaches and restaurants in Okunoshima Island. You might want to make time for a stop at Okunoshima Island Poison Gas Museum or Ōkunoshima Ferry Terminal No. 1.
You'll enjoy the mountain views and museums in Kure. You might want to make time for a stop at Yamato Museum or JMSDF Kure Museum.
Just outside of Hiroshima City, find a serene getaway nestled in between the mountains and the sea, where one of Japan’s most recognizable torii gates has stood for centuries.
You'll enjoy the beaches and restaurants in Takehara. You might want to make time for a stop at Takehara Museum or Kaguyahime Museum.
Travelers like the museums in Etajima, and Former Hiroshima Naval Academy is a top attraction you might want to visit.