Out of the ashes rose a cosmopolitan city - Hiroshima, resilient and steeped in exquisite gastronomy, attracting innumerable travelers just like you for reasons beyond the events of World War Two.
Things to do in Hiroshima
1Put aside a spare few hours to visit the striking Mitaki Temple.
2Be swept away by the romance and intrigue of the restored Hiroshima Castle.
3Stand on the spot where the boom exploded and appreciate Ground Zero.
4Be struck speechless by the Atomic Bomb Dome, preserved for posterity.
5Try and count the names recorded in the Hall for Atomic Bomb Victims.
Tours that include Hiroshima
Hiroshima roosts on the beautiful coastline of Seto Inland Sea, a quiet cultural hub brimming with reputable restaurants, pumping night clubs, historical sites and verdant park lands; each and every one a must see for anybody visiting Japan.
- Asa Zoo
- Shimizu Gekijo Temple
- Shukkei-en Garden
Expect to be moved, challenged and illuminated as you delve into Japanese history and the devastation Hiroshima experienced as the bomb landed, hauntingly communicated through the beauty of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum.
Each exhibit is accompanied by English and Japanese translations, and though the grounds are perfect for a relaxing meander through history, keep in mind most people have a reaction to its subjects.
You’ll need an hour or two to gather your thoughts and shake off your walk down memory lane, and there’s nowhere more picturesque and tranquil than Shukkei-en Garden. After you’ve rang the Peace Bell and visited the Cenotaph, catch a dynamic show at Shimizu Gekijo Temple or unwind at Asa Zoo.
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