An invaluable historic museum that continues to convey the horrors of the atomic bomb
This World Heritage Site is a symbol of people’s prayers for world peace
A place for learning about the war and the atomic bomb, and for contemplating on peace
Hiroshima Castle is a resurrected National Treasure, restored splendidly
A national place of scenic beauty. This famous garden is rich in variation and can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Omotesando Arcade is the main street of Itsukishima Shrine and the busiest area in Miyajima with all of the tourists.
One of the many tourist spots in Onomichi that are on some of the Top 100 lists in Japan
Itsukushima Shrine and the Seto Inland Sea – A gorgeous view of a shrine “floating” in the sea
One of the Three Views of Japan, it is a World Heritage island that has been worshipped as a sacred island since ancient times
An incomplete large sutra hall built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi that is a national important cultural property
Preserving its nostalgic atmosphere, many writers and film directors have been drawn to this place
Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims – Conveying the damage and suffering caused by the atomic bomb to succeeding genera...
The oldest historic temple on Miyajima has a deep connection with the Imperial family
A temple that has enshrined one of Japan’s 3 Great Benzaiten (Buddhist goddess Saraswati)
25 okonomiyaki shops are all tightly packed together in one building!
A mysterious mountain that has been registered as a World Heritage site alongside Itsukushima Shrine for its primeval forest
The shrine that is dedicated to Taira-no-Kiyomori standing in Nishi-Matsubara with its beautiful pine-lined path and stone lanterns
One of the foremost sites for the fall colors in the Chugoku district is an erosion control garden elaborately designed to meld with Mother Nature
Head directly for Mt. Misen, “the mountain that resides among the gods”! Enjoy the huge panoramic view from the ropeway
Refreshing bicycle rides overlooking the beauty of many islands on Japan’s first highway over the sea
The local ramen of Onomichi, a city that overlooks the ocean. A wonderful dish whose soup is created from fish stock
This famed okonomiyaki from Hiroshima has plenty of volume with noodles and vegetables packed in!
Japan’s largest output for oysters! Although the oysters from Hiroshima are on the small side, they are popular for their rich flavor