A very good commercial street, where you can experience many special Japanese shops and buy a lot of things. The prices of many special small commodities are still acceptable. It is a good place for travel and shopping.
It is the busiest commercial street in Hiroshima City. It is a pedestrian street under the dome, with many shops and restaurants on both sides. They mainly sell cosmeceuticals and daily necessities for tourists, but it’s hard to say. The places to eat are average, and I don’t think there are many delicious meals in Hiroshima.
Commercial streets with ceilings are protected from the sun and rain.
Rukawa Street is a particularly famous street in Hiroshima, Japan. It is very beautiful and in the evening, many bars are very lively. It’s really nice.
Rukawa Street has many offices, rich nightlife, and a must-see for experiencing Japanese customs
Preston_Dominguez: Nagarekawa-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cat Cafe Manekineko,Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park,The Atomic Bomb Dome,Memorial Cathedral for World Peace,Hiroshima Castle