• Hiroshima Orizuru Tower

In September 2016, Orizuru Tower opened on the east side of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Atomic Bomb Dome, and showcases the best of Hiroshima.

12th Floor and Roof

The pride and joy of Orizuru Tower is the breathtaking view from the top floor where you can take in the city skyline, Peace Memorial Park, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Atomic Bomb Dome. On a clear day, you can even see straight to Mount Misen on Miyajima!

The Orizuru Wall

Full of colorful paper cranes folded by visitors, the Orizuru Wall is a 50 meter tall glass wall that extends from the 12th floor to the bottom floor where visitors can drop their origami paper cranes (orizuru).

1st Floor: Bussan Museum

The Bussan Museum stocks over 1,000 items including well-known Hiroshima products ranging from old favorites to new.


Hiroshima Orizuru Tower

  • Address
    1-2-1 Otemachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City
  • Tel
  • Time
    - Observation Deck
    10 am to 4:30 pm (admission ends at 3:30 pm)

    - 1st Floor Bussan Museum
    10 am to 7 pm
  • Access
    Streetcar: Take the 2 or 6 streetcar headed for Miyajima-guchi (宮島口) or Eba (江波), respectively, and get off at Genbaku Dome-mae (原爆ドーム前).
  • Fee
    General Admission to the Rooftop
    Adults (18 years and older): ¥2,200
    Teens (12-17 years old): ¥1,400
    Elementary school students (6-11 years old): ¥900
    Preschool students (4-5 years old): ¥600
    Orizuru Wall Paper Crane Fee: ¥100
  • Holiday
    12/31, 1/15-16
  • Surrounding Info
    Restroom Free Wifi Information
  • MAP
    Tap the name of the facility on Google Map and tap "View on Google Maps" to launch the application.

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