The Gokoku Shrine was originally destroyed in the Atomic Bombing or Hiroshima, it was rebuilt and moved next to the rebuilt Hiroshima Castle. While has an aspect of spirituality, it also holds historical significance. To the side of the shrine is when the bunker that received the last message of B-52 bombers headed towards Hiroshima before the bombing.
In Hiroshima City, two scenic spots can be visited at the same time. The shrine is quiet and serious. There is a place for people to wash their hands at the entrance. Maybe it is a ritual in the preface. Then they go in and visit. They also have diagrams to teach tourists the whole procedure.
All the worshippers here are those who have contributed to the establishment of Japan.
If you have to say the difference, it is more open.
位于广岛城前，可与广岛城一并参观。 这座神社是为纪念广岛师团阵亡官兵的所谓亡灵而设立，日本裕仁天皇夫妇曾来参拜。神社建筑在原爆中摧毁殆尽，现建筑师战后重建的。 作为中国人，如果对历史感兴趣当然可以来看一下，但景点本身并无任何观光或建筑美学价值。