I think this is the busiest commercial center in Hiroshima City. Shareo, SOGO, etc. are collected here. There are no crosswalks at Kamiya Crossroads and no underground shopping malls, but because the instructions here are the names of commercial facilities, sometimes I go to another place on the ground without knowing the location of the facilities.
Kiyacho is a very historical place. When you visit here, you can enjoy many unique Japanese-style buildings. The history of Kiyacho is also very strong. The streets here are also quite interesting to visit.
Kamiyachō Shareo (紙屋町シャレオ) is an underground city located in central Hiroshima. It is the key underground network connecting public transport services around the Kamiyachō area. It contains two stations of the Astram Line and three stations of the Hiroden Main Line and the Ujina Line. This underground network is the only way to connect to those five stations. At the center of Kamiyachō Shareo, there is a transportation and tourist information center.
Yes, the packaging of the goods is very simple, but the price is a bit expensive.
The central area of Hiroshima City is also the most prosperous place. In addition to being a transportation hub, there are also various shops in the area. Since Hiroshima Castle Peace Park and other scenic spots are only close at hand, many people pass by every day.