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Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

    Only One cruising through Hiroshima Bay

    ~A luxurious boat trip around World Heritage and Japan Heritage~

    In addition to the two World Heritage Sites and Japan Heritage Sites, you can stop by one of the three famous breweries, and also experience the world-famous Hiroshima brand Kumano brush.

    The beauty of the archipelago is not the only attraction of the Seto Inland Sea.

    The scenery of the alleys and the people you meet on each island are also the charms of a trip that will make you remember.

    Let's ride around the islands exhilarating with a rental bicycle!

    If you go around the Hiroshima Bay, a luxurious petit trip is complete.

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    Atomic Bomb Dome/Peace Memorial Park

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

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    082-242-7831

    There are many

    facilities that wish for peace, such as the Atomic Bomb Dome, which was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1996, and the Peace Memorial Museum, which conveys the reality of the atomic bombing.

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

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    082-242-7831

    On foot Right beside

    Orizuru Tower

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

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    082-569-6803

    A new tourist facility in Hiroshima adjacent to the Atomic Bomb Dome. On the first floor, various Hiroshima specialties are exhibited and sold, and from the observatory, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Peace Memorial Park and Hiroshima Castle.

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

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    082-569-6803

    Take the streetcar to Hiroshima Station

    From Hiroshima Station, take the JR Sanyo Main Line to Saijo Station

    Walk from Saijo Station

    Saijo Sake Brewery Street

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    〒739-0011 Saijohonmachi, Higashihiroshima City

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    082-421-2511
    西条酒蔵通り観光案内所

    Saijo is known as one of the three famous breweries along with Nada and Fushimi. In addition to the unique namako-walled sake breweries and red brick chimneys, there are many fashionable cafes and restaurants.

    〒739-0011 Saijohonmachi, Higashihiroshima City

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    082-421-2511
    西条酒蔵通り観光案内所

    Butsuran Nishiya

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    Japanese and Western restaurant directly managed by Kamotsuru Sake Brewery. You can enjoy seasonal dishes using sake brewing water and authentic sake. We also recommend Kamotsuru Shuzo’s secret hot pot, which is said to be the originator of sake nabe.

    9−11 Saijohoncho, Higashihiroshima 739-0011

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    Take a bus from Saijo Station to the Kumano Sales Office

    Move by taxi

    Kumano Brush Select Shop Main Store

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    5-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun 731-4214, Japan

    Designated as a national traditional craft in Showa 50 A popular brand of Kumano brush at home and abroad. It is located in the brush museum “Hinosato Kobo,” and has 1,500 types of brushes from the brush offices in the town. (Temporarily closed until late April 2019)

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    5-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun 731-4214, Japan

    Fude no Sato Kobo

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    facility where you can introduce and experience all the charms of brushes. Special exhibitions with elaborate tastes are also attracting great attention. (Temporarily closed until late April 2019)

    〒731-4293 5-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun

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    082-855-3010
    筆の里工房

    Take a taxi to the Kumano Sales Office

    Transfer to the bus at the Kumano Sales Office to Hiroshima Station

    At Hiroshima Station, change to a tram or bus to Hiroshima Port

    Galaxy Dinner Cruise

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    1-13-13 Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima 734-0011

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    082-255-3344

    Enjoy the chef’s specialty course meal while enjoying the many island shadows floating in the Seto Inland Sea and the illuminated night view from the sea.
    ※There is also a lunch cruise.

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    1-13-13 Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima 734-0011

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    082-255-3344

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    Miyajima, Itsukushima Shrine, Otorii

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    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2020
    嚴島神社

    Itsukushima Shrine was built by Taira no Kiyomori in 1168. The vermilion torii gate and the main hall enshrining the three goddesses stand in the sea, and it is registered as a World Heritage site with an elegant appearance that resembles a reproduction of a Heian picture scroll.

    〒739-0588 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2020
    嚴島神社

    Walking around Miyajima

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    “Machiya-dori”, “Yamabe no Koji”, “Takikoji”… If you follow the alleys, you will find lots of new discoveries.

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    Senjokaku

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    Daikyodo, which Toyotomi Hideyoshi ordered to be erected once a month to recite the Senbu Sutra as a memorial service to those who died in battle. It is called Senjokaku because it has a size of 857 tatami mats.

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

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    0829-44-2020
    嚴島神社
    0829-56-0668
    宮島口駐車場

    Miyajima Aquarium (Miyaji Marine)

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    Stop by spots ~ Here are some recommendations!

    More than 13,000 items of 350 species are exhibited, centering on creatures from the Seto Inland Sea. In the marine animals area, adorable animals such as penguins, sea lions, seals, and small clawed otters gather. The sea lion live held every day is very popular.

    〒739-0534 10-3 Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-44-2010

    Walk to Miyajima Pier

    Take the Miyajima/Kure Blue Line or high-speed boat (via Hiroshima Port) to Kure Port

    Walk from Kure Port

    Walking around the town of the former military port ~ Historic sites of Japan Heritage ~

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    Kure-shi, Hiroshima

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    In April 2016, it was recognized as a Japan Heritage site as “Chinju-fu Yokosuka, Kure, Sasebo, Maizuru – a town where you can experience the dynamics of Japanese modernization”. There are many historical sites scattered around Kure Bay.

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    Kure-shi, Hiroshima

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    Yamato Museum (Kure Maritime History and Science Museum)

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    1/10 scale “Battleship Yamato” built in Kure, the number one military port in the East, will be on display, as well as a number of world-class science and technology. Special exhibitions are also popular every time.

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    Tetsu no Kujira-kan (Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Kure Museum)

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    exhibition of the retired submarine “Akishio” as it is. The museum introduces the history and role of the Maritime Self-Defense Force.

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    Take the Kure Exploration Loop Bus to the Kure Central Pier Terminal

    Kure Ship Tour and Yugo Cruise

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    Kure Central Pier Terminal, 4-44 Takara-cho, Kure-shi, 737-0029

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    Approximately 30 minutes cruise where you can see ships up close. Guided by the Maritime Self-Defense Officer OB. There is also a Yugo cruise that sets sail on BGM 15 minutes before sunset time for Kimigayo, which is played by a trumpet.

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    Kure Central Pier Terminal, 4-44 Takara-cho, Kure-shi, 737-0029

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    Red Lantern Street

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    Kuramoto Street in front of Kure City Hall is commonly known as “Red Lantern Street”, and food stalls start to appear around 6:00 in the evening.

    Kuramotodori, 3-chome, Chuo, Kure, 737-0051

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    Tour Japan Heritage Sites and Filming Locations

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    many historical buildings related to the navy, including the former Kure Chinju-fu Commander-in-Chief Office, which is a Japanese heritage site. We also recommend visiting the filming locations of “In This Corner of the World”.

    Osakishimojima/Mitarai Townscape Preservation District

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    “In the Edo period, Mitarai flourished as a port town waiting for the wind and tide, and some buildings such as merchant houses, teahouses, funayado, and shrines, as well as parts of Ohato, high lanterns, Ishigaki revetments, and partridges still exist as they were at that time. Cafes and handmade shops have also been popular in recent years.

    〒734-0302 Mitarai Rest Area: 65, Mitarai, Yutakamachi, Kure City * We are accepting walk guides and tourist guides.

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    0823-67-2278

    Ferry or high-speed boat from Kure Port

    Rent a bicycle from Oyogo Port

    Maritime Self-Defense Force First Operational School (formerly Naval Academy)

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    〒737-2195 Etajima-cho, Etajima-cho, country presence / absence address

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    0823-42-1211
    海上自衛隊第1術科学校 平日8:30~12:00および13:00~16:30/0823-42-1211

    The former Naval Academy was relocated from Tsukiji in Tokyo in Meiji 21. It was a longing for young people as a base for training naval officers. The strength of the profound and beautiful brick building tells the weight of history. Many materials related to the old Navy are exhibited at the Education Reference Center. Above all, it hits the chest of those who see the suicide suicide team members’ suicide notes and relics.

    〒737-2195 Etajima-cho, Etajima-cho, country presence / absence address

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    0823-42-1211
    海上自衛隊第1術科学校 平日8:30~12:00および13:00~16:30/0823-42-1211

    Etajima Olive Factory

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    facility that is rare in the whole country where olives are cultivated, harvested, processed, sold, and served delicious dishes at restaurants in a complex manner. Pizza and pasta served at the seaside garden terrace are the best!

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    Mt. Battery (Traces of Three Takayama Battery)

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    The ruins of a brick battery built in the Meiji era are registered as a modern civil engineering heritage, and the view from the summit is wonderful, and Miyajima can also be seen nearby.

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