Hiroshima Peace Tourism
Commentaries from Japan Tourism Agency
Atomic Bomb Dome
The Atomic Bomb Dome, also known as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, is one of the largest structures t...
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum is the largest of the city’s venues related to the atomic bomb. ...
Monument to Toge Sankichi
Located within the Peace Memorial Park is a simple monument to Toge Sankichi (1917–1953), a young po...
Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims
The starkly imposing memorial hall for Hiroshima’s A-bomb victims, completed in 2002, puts human exp...
Hiroshima-born Andersen is one of Japan’s best-loved upmarket bakery brands, and a longstanding favo...
Fukuya Hatchobori Store
The Fukuya department store was the talk of Hiroshima when it first opened in 1938 on Chuo-dori Aven...
Shukkeien, Hiroshima’s famous Japanese garden, is deeply entwined with local history spanning centur...
Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum
The Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, located next to Shukkeien Garden, is one of western Japan’s la...
Memorial Cathedral for World Peace (Assumption of Mary Cathedral)
An impressive example of modern architecture, the Memorial Cathedral for World Peace was completed i...
Hiroshima Castle has a history that stretches back to the late sixteenth century. The catalyst for t...
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