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
宫主爱It was originally planned for the Seto Inland Trip in July 2019. All air tickets and hotels were booked. As a result, I read the news before leaving. The entire Shikoku and Jiuzhou Island were full of heavy rains and natural disasters were very serious. I had no choice but to reschedule the ticket to September and paid a lot more, but the facts proved that the money was worth it. In July of 2020, the surrounding area of the Seto Inland Sea will still experience heavy rains. It seems that the entire July is the rainy season, which is not suitable for travel. When I came in September, the weather was very good. Every day was blue sky and white clouds, and the temperature was comfortable. Not only did it not work hard, but also I was able to take many beautiful photos.
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.
空空CJThe special ferry to see the big bird house, also because I was too late to Miyajima, visit the time of the shrine of the island, so I also hurriedly take pictures. The mall is also closed very early, about 6 pm, the whole street is almost closed, there is no mean to make tourists money at all) The deer on Miyajima is much more gentle than the deer in Nara, but it is still forbidden to feed! I hope to have a chance to visit the look of the big bird house next time.
In the period of the second world war, Hiroshima was one of the cities affected by the atomic bomb attack by the Americans in Japan. Although once devastated by the bomb, the city of Hiroshima has now risen again.
However, if Toppers want to see the remains and silent witnesses of the bombing event, you can visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial where the remains of the buildings that were hit by the atomic bomb can still be seen. Every year on August 6 at 8:16 a ceremony is held to commemorate copyright as a form of commemoration of the atomic bombing tragedy that occurred in 1945 ago.
In order for the United States to accurately measure the power of the bomb, potential target cities were selected with an urban center measuring more than three miles in diameter. On 28th May, US bombing of potential target cities was halted to keep cities intact for the atomic bomb. On 25th July, the order was given that an atomic bomb would be dropped on Hiroshima, Kokura, Niigata, or Nagasaki. On 2nd August, it was decided that Hiroshima would be the designated target. One reason for the decision was the US planners believed no American prisoners of war were being held in Hiroshima. The atomic bomb was to be dropped using visual targeting. On 6th August, the skies over Hiroshima were clear, the target was confirmed visually and the bomb was dropped. The atomic bomb exploded at a height of 600 meters, 160 meters to the southeast of the Atomic Bomb Dome. At the time, the building was the Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall. At the moment of detonation, the blast exerted 35 tons of pressure per square meter and created a fierce wind speed of 440 meters per second. The building absorbed the powerful explosion and heat, and burst into flames. Because the impact of the blast came almost directly overhead, curiously the thick outer walls and the steel dome escaped complete destruction. However, the people who were inside at the time died instantly and the interior of the building was completely gutted by fire. Although the exact time is unknown, the building with its exposed steel dome began to be referred to as the "Atomic Bomb Dome".
Amazing Izakaya Place in Small town, Onomichi (Hiroshima Prefecture) Very nice restaurant and wonderful food, all kind of those people very very nice no matter what Owner or Customer ~ Love it’s, believe me 😍😍🇯🇵 #travellikealocal #unforgettableexperiences #japan #travelinspiration #onomichi #2021trip
Peace memorial in Hiroshima reminds us all the pain and Misery people went through when it was bombed by nuclear Weapon. There are multiple locations in Peace memorials which has clear details and history. The building where students were studying, children and the painful stories behind it. It’s a must visit place when in Hiroshima to pay tribute to the place and people affected by the tragedy. It’s a walkable place and can take up to 2-3 hours to see all points. It was assuring to see now Hiroshima has developed now and is peaceful. #hiroshimatrip #hiroshimaatomicbombdome #japan #peace #live #happy #love #unitedstatesofamerica
A visit To Miyajima Island Hiroshima :
On day 2 of my visit to Hiroshima,i took a took a 30 min boat ride from my hotel ( Grand Prince Hotel ) to Miyajima Island.There are deers everywhere and they would come up to you for food so better watch what you hold or else they’ll eat it from you😅.On the island there is a beautiful shrine called the Itsukushima shrine meaning the island of worship and from ancient times the island itself was worshiped as a god.
Surprisingly, there are 727 islands in the Seto Inland Sea. These islands lie between the Japanese main islands of Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. Its mild climate and relaxing atmosphere often compare with Mediterranean islands. One of the best ways to enjoy the stunning islands in Seto Inland Sea is cycling on Shimanami Kaido which is a cycling trail that connects Ehime prefecture and Hiroshima prefecture.
Miyajima is a scenic island which belongs to Hatsukaichi city in Hiroshima prefecture. It can be reached by regular ferry service from Miyajima-guchi pier which takes passengers to the scenic spot on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. As you take the first step into the island, you will be welcomed by friendly deer living there. But unlike deer in Nara Park, it is strictly prohibited to feed them. Itsukushima Shrine is an iconic Shinto shrine which was originally established in 1168. It is also widely famous for the floating Torii gate, which refers to the symbolic giant Torii gate standing in the water. The breathtaking scenery created by the contrast of blue ocean and blight red Tori gate attracts tourists from around the world! Don’t forget to try local specialties such as Okonomiyaki and fresh oysters at restaurants!
Address - View from Rihga Royal Hotel Hiroshima, FL16
Ambiance/Facilities - well cleaness and top hygienic
Avg. Price 2 Persons- ¥20,000
attraction: A day trip to Miyajima island. art museum
Address - 14-5 Nishigoshocho, Onomichi, Hiroshima 722-0037, Japan
Ambiance/Facilities - French Dinning
Highlights - Lamp steak
Avg. Price per Person - 5000¥
Rating - 4/5