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.
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
D26***89It's worth going there. Every season has a good atmosphere though I highly recommend visiting there in Spring. From Misen Mountain, you can see such a spectacular view!!Local food is also good! There are plenty of choices to grab.
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.
fly_me_to_the_moonShodoshima seems to be the largest island in the Seto Inland Sea, so you still need to travel by bus! After checking in at Shodoshima International Hotel, I bought a one-day bus ticket at the hotel for 1000 yen. I originally planned to go to the Olive Park + Soy Sauce Memorial Hall, so that 1000 yen is worth the fare. As a result, the three of us went crazy in the Olive Park. Considering that we had to eat the banquet dishes booked by the hotel in the evening, the soy sauce factory would definitely not be able to go to that day. We plan to go again the next day. The soy sauce factory that bought the ticket directly the next day, the plan cannot keep up with the changes, so it is the last word to do nothing before the trip~~~ The day trip ticket is not suitable for free and unsophisticated people like us, haha~‼ ️Ps There are still a lot of tourists during the art festival. We have to return to the hotel from Olive Park on the first day. The bus can't get there at all. The driver told us that there will be another one...so two buses will appear at the same time! Later, I encountered this situation in Takamatsu, so I really love to travel to Japan. As long as I follow the timetable, I am not afraid of not being able to get on the bus, and I have a seat to sit and take a comfortable look at the scenery back to the hotel~
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.
Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb VictimsHiroshima,Japan
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Hiroshima Museum of ArtHiroshima,Japan
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Wall Painting in Hiroshima Detention HouseHiroshima,Japan
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Hiroshima
Feb 25, 2021 Hiroshima Weather:Showers, Northeasterly Wind:10-17 kph, Humidity:61%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:45/18:02
Hiroshima Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable
#tripaway What is the first thing that comes into your mind when you think of Hiroshima? Personally, I will think about the Hiroshima tragic bombing in 1945. In A bomb Dome at Peace Memorial Park, you can visit various places that are dedicated to the tragic Hiroshima atomic bombing. I was so astonished to see the partly destroyed dome despite its closeness to the hypocenter of the bombing. Instead of completely demolishing it, I am glad that the Japanese chose to preserve the building to show the world the horror of the bombing.
#tripaway There are many monuments built at the park in order to remember the tragedy including the child monument, flame monument and others. The park is quite big and decorated with many flowers. Its is suitable with its name as a peace memorial park.
#tripaway Daisho-in temple located at the miyajima island and 20 minutes on walk from the jetty. We need to climb stairs or to take 500 statues route in order to reach there. There is a row of spinning metal wheels that are inscribed with sutra (Buddhist scriptures) along the stairs. Budhism believed that Turning the inscriptions as one walks up is believed to have the same effect as reading them eventhough without any knowledge of Japanese.
#tripaway itsukushima shrine is one of the shrine which still in use until now. I was amazed by the architectural of the shrine. Red in colour, the shrine also floating on water during high tide. Many visitors take this chances to pray and try reading their fortune.
who doesn’t know the infamous red torii floating gate located at Miyajima Island, in Hiroshima Prefectures and it can only be reached by ferry from miyamaguchi sanbashi to miyajima sanbashi. During low tide, we may walk towards the torii gate. it look so small for afar but actually gigantic. Bonus, you may see deer roaming around the Island. but beware, they do bite
#tripaway Trip to Japan took me to so many places to see the most amazing art & history. From Tokyo & Osaka to Hiroshima & Himeji. I wish I could go back tomorrow to experience even more that this great country has to offer.
My new friend from Hiroshima! Being sincere makes you have more friends, see how happy I am in the conversation with my new friend a little deer.
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Mount Misen in Hiroshima, Japan. I absolutely enjoy the breathtaking view of this gorgeous mountain. The scenery here is very beautiful. Combine with fresh and natural air and great atmosphere, made my visit to Mount Misen absolutely memorable. Amazing. #wintergetaway