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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
乐吃购The original bomb dome was the most famous landmark in Hiroshima, and the predecessor was the industrial encouragement hall in Hiroshima Prefecture, but during the Second World War, the bomb was dropped on the U. s.military's 8 6 day 1945, and the bomb center fell nearby and the surrounding buildings were almost flat. The building was a ruined building, but it was barely preserved, and the dome became an anti war symbol of this sad incident and was registered as a world heritage site in 1996.
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Kurowonderful shrine .... you can enjoy your time here , walking along the coast , gentle patting the deer , the food here also really good ..... near the shrine you can enjoy the food and souvenir street , also you can spend your time on hiking the mountain ..... during the evening when the water getting low you can walk along the big toori , around 4-5 , you can ask the store or ryokan owner about the exact time ...... very nice and beautiful island
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Memorial Hall
c-zIntuitively understand the scene of the atomic bomb explosion at that time. The lives of 140,000 people were swallowed by war. Don't war! Hope the world is peaceful! Everyone is happy! There are a lot of tourists here, especially foreigners, and it is the most concentrated place of tourist attractions in Hiroshima.
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City Park
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D36***23the word peace and serenity best describe the park and its layout. whilst the museum shows the horrors of the bombing and its aftermath. still very memorable.
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Historical Architecture
西行阿里Hiroshima Jo castle is located on the flat ground of the OTA gawa River Delta, and the southern part of Hiroshima city faces the Seto Inland Sea and forms Hiroshima Bay. The center of the OTA gawa River Delta is Hiroshima plain, and the surrounding area is the western and northern part of the city, and the eastern part is a hilly area.
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GLS***15I read Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes in elementary school and have never forgotten the story. Reading it as a young child, I didn’t understand that Sadako had been a real person. It was only years later when I was learning world history and about the events of WWII that I understood. Beneath the monument, there is a peace bell that visitors can ring, offering their prayer for world peace and Sadako’s wish for a world without nuclear weapons. Definitely a worthy effort.

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World Heritage Sites
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Japan has a great enthusiasm for world heritage. From their first 4 most important world heritage sites at the end of 1993, there have been new projects almost every year. So far, 21 sites have been listed in the world heritage list, including 17 cultural heritage sites and 4 natural heritage sites.
avtarTripBlog   Nov 14, 2019
Natural Landscapes
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Hiroshima, once a war-torn City, has many scenic spots to visit besides the remains caused by the explosion of an atomic bomb. Of course, Miyajima, not far from Hiroshima, should definitely be visited. There are world heritage sites, the Itsukushima Shrine, cute sika deer, and the natural and pristine Mt. Misen. After climbing to the top of the mountain, you can also overlook the beautiful scenery of the inland sea of Seto.
avtarTripBlog   Dec 18, 2019

Hiroshima Travel Tips

About Hiroshima

If, while in Japan you are looking for a modern, cosmopolitan city with a lot of great food and nightlife head down to Honshu Province in Southern Japan and stop in the port city of Hiroshima. More than just a city, with good food, Hiroshima boasts many museums, including the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, along with several art museums. If festivals are your thing, then you might want to visit the city during the Flower or Sake Festivals. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty to see there in the abundant natural beauty of the sea and mountains that surround Hiroshima.

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Hiroshima Weather

Oct 20, 2021
11 ~ 18
Oct 21, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
11 / 20
Oct 22, 2021
Partly Clear with Showers
11 / 19
Oct 23, 2021
Mostly Clear
10 / 21
Oct 24, 2021
Mostly Clear
11 / 21
Oct 25, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Hiroshima
Oct 20, 2021 Hiroshima Weather: Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 60%, Sunrise/Sunset: 06:19/17:31
Hiroshima Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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Here are the best places to visit in Hiroshima, including: Itsukushima Shrine,Miyajima,The Atomic Bomb Dome
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