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Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

    While being swayed by a streetcar and enjoying the scenery and cityscape of Hiroshima, you can also enjoy walking around the city while holding down standard tourist spots.
    We will introduce Hiroshima's classic model course “Day Trip by Streetcar : Hiroshima City and Miyajima Edition,” which is recommended by local female college students.

    A local female college student recommended! Day Trip by Streetcar: Hiroshima City and Miyajima Edition

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    Hiroshima Hondori Shopping Street

    Travel time : Approx. 45 minutes

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    〒730-0035 Hondori, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Kamiyacho 2-chome, Otemachi 1-chome

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    082-248-1518

    Hiroshima Hondori Shopping Street is an ultra-wide-area shopping street representing the international city of peace and culture Hiroshima and the Chugoku/Shikoku region, and is widely known as “Hondori” in general.

    〒730-0035 Hondori, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Kamiyacho 2-chome, Otemachi 1-chome

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    082-248-1518

    Move on foot Approx. 15 minutes

    The Atomic Bomb Dome

    Travel time : Approx. 15 minutes

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    〒730-0051 1-10 Otemachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture

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    082-242-7831
    広島市市民局国際平和推進部平和推進課

    The Atomic Bomb Dome was built in 1915 (Taisho 4) as a Hiroshima Prefecture product display hall.
    A European-style building with an egg-shaped dome with a copper plate roof rising in the center is rare, and it was also a symbol of Hiroshima at the time.
    On August 6, 1945 (Showa 20), it was bombed at a close distance of only 160 meters from the hypocenter.
    The blast reached almost directly above, so part of the building’s walls escaped collapse.
    The Atomic Bomb Dome, which was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1996, continues to appeal the importance of the abolition of nuclear weapons and permanent peace in the world by continuing to stand as it was at the time of the atomic bombing.

    〒730-0051 1-10 Otemachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture

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    082-242-7831
    広島市市民局国際平和推進部平和推進課

    Move on foot about 1 minute

    ORIZURU TOWER

    Travel time : Approx. 70 minutes

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    〒730-0051 1-2-1 Otemachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-569-6803

    It is a

    complex facility that opened in September 2016, and there is a product center and cafe on the 1st floor, and the view from the observatory is the World Heritage Site “Atomic Bomb Dome”, the peaceful and restored cityscape that spreads all around the Peace Memorial Park, and the sunny weather In the sun, you can see Mt. Misen in Miyajima far away.
    Also, you can put orizuru folded with origami dedicated to the Orizuru Tower into the “Orizuru Wall,” which is the symbol of the Orizuru Tower.
    Please take part in the “Orizuru Wall,” where thoughts and prayers for peace are gathered from all over the world, and these are piled up and completed.

    〒730-0051 1-2-1 Otemachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-569-6803

    Take the streetcar bound for “Hiroden Miyajimaguchi” from the “Atomic Bomb Dome Mae” streetcar stop and get off at “Hiroden Miyajimaguchi” station Approx. 45 minutes

    Take the ferry from Miyajimaguchi pier to Miyajima pier Approx. 10 minutes

    Miyajima Omotesando Shopping Street

    Travel time : Approx. 70 minutes

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    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-51-1122
    TOTO宮島おもてなしトイレ観光案内所

    It is a

    shopping street of about 350 meters leading to Itsukushima Shrine.
    Folk crafts and souvenir shops such as Miyajima shakushi and Miyajima carving, shops where you can enjoy Miyajima’s famous gourmet food using oysters and conger eel, and momiji manju shops are lined up, and it’s crowded with people looking for souvenirs and enjoying eating and drinking.
    Momiji manju, a staple souvenir from Miyajima, is freshly baked on the spot, and there are also shops where you can enjoy freshly fried deep-fried maple leaves, and it has an atmosphere unique to Miyajima.

    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-51-1122
    TOTO宮島おもてなしトイレ観光案内所

    Lunch at a shopping street while moving on foot

    Move on foot Approx. 10 minutes

    Otorii

    Travel time : Approx. 15 minutes

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    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2020
    嚴島神社

    The symbol of Miyajima, “Otorii”, is a nationally designated important cultural property due to its unusual idea of being built underwater, majestic construction, and beautiful colors and shapes. The current torii gate was built in 1875.
    This torii gate is about 16 meters tall, uses natural camphor trees, and stands under its own weight just by being placed underwater.

    At high tide, you can see the large torii gate floating in the sea, and at low tide, you can walk to the foot of the large torii gate.

    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2020
    嚴島神社

    Move on foot about 3 minutes

    Itsukushima Shrine

    Travel time : Approx. 35 minutes

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    〒739-0588 1-1 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2020
    9:00~16:00

    It is one of the most famous shrines in Japan, with a bold and creative layout with the sea as a site, and the ultimate style of Heian period shinden-zukuri style.
    It was built in the 12th century by Taira no Kiyomori in its present form. The precincts on a shallow beach have an elegant sight as if they were floating in the sea at high tide. The contrast with the greenery that spreads out behind it is also exceptionally beautiful.
    It was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1996.

    〒739-0588 1-1 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2020
    9:00~16:00

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