Hiroshima City is situated on the delta of Ota River. Because it looks like a black carp, it is also known as "The Carp City". Its construction began in 1589 by the famous general Mouri Terumoto and took 10 years to complete. This beautiful city was completely destroyed in the 1945 atomic bombing. The current one was rebuilt in 1958. Standing on the top of the city, tourists can overlook the surrounding scenery. Besides displaying historical art and crafts, Hiroshima city is also a famous place for appreciating sakura, which attracts many tourists to visit it every spring.
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Hiroshima castle in Japan. As a big fan of buiding design and architecture, I must say this is one of the most interesting castle I have ever seen. The castle is very spacious with japanese traditional park surrounding it. I absolutely enjoy my time here. Amazing. #wintergetaway
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"Hiroshima Love" This song has been heard by many people. How many people will choose to see cherry blossoms in Hiroshima? The cherry blossom festival for the sixth consecutive year was spent in Japan, and I chose different places to see cherry blossoms.
Spring in Hiroshima, Japan, avoiding the crowded tourist groups in Kyoto, Osaka, and avoiding the crowds of Tokyo Ueno Park.
In downtown Hiroshima, you can go to Hiroshima Castle to see cherry blossoms in the evening and one sunrise. Mainly the building with Hiroshima Castle is particularly beautiful, the key is that there are few people!
The cherry blossoms in Hiroshima City have been opened for the second time. The white cherry blossoms are like a piece of snow, beautiful like a fantasy, time is short. Especially in the evening, the golden sun and the white cherry blossoms are too dreamy.
Hiroshima City and the opposite park are very nice, you can stay for half a day to take pictures, no tickets.