Hiroshima is a prefecture of the arts because there are many art museums. There are many historic sites, souvenir shops, local restaurants, things to do, and hotels. Experience the local festivals to understand the culture.
Hiroshima is a prefecture in Japan full of history. World Heritage Sites play a big role in Hiroshima. Check out the many shrines, temples, local foods, and seasonal things to do.
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is dedicated to the city and people who were affected by the world's first nuclear attack during World War II. With multiple memorials on site, many people from all over the world come to this landmark.
In Japan, seeing the first sunrise every year is a big event. This custom started in the Meiji period (1868-1912), and the origin was the New Year’s ceremony by the Emperor.
There are many Pokemon Centers and Stores all throughout Japan. Pokémon started as a Game Boy and became an insanely popular anime. After Pokémon Go was released in July 2016, everyone with a smartphone was playing.
Hiroshima is the largest city in the Chugoku region of western Honshu, the largest island of Japan. There are many landmarks to see and delicious things to eat. Travel through Hiroshima and eat delicious local food.
There are many shrines all-throughout Japan. Each shrine is uniquely beautiful and dedicated to a different god. Visit historic places while traveling around Japan.
One of the things we look forward to while traveling is Ekiben (railway boxed meals). There is a variety of Ekiben all over Japan as you may know. Let's enjoy Ekiben at the station you stop.
Did you know there is an island full of cute rabbits in Japan? With an official name of Okunoshima, the island located in the Seto Inland Sea is known as a heaven for wild rabbits.
With the Atomic Bomb Dome (Genbaku dome), Itsukushima Shrine, and Miyajima, Hiroshima is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Japan. Introducing the best example of a 2 day trip in Hiroshima!