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Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

    I decided to travel to Hiroshima, but my time is limited, and I don't know how much I can go around in a day.

    I have an indecisive personality, and I always have too much time on my travels.

    That's good news for you.

    There are still a lot of places you want to see and experience, but you can fully enjoy Hiroshima even in a limited time.

    We will introduce a model course “Hiroshima History Tour” in Hiroshima that does not fail.

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    Fudoin

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    〒732-0068 3-4-9 Ushitashinmachi, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-221-6923

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    not clear when the temple was first built, but it is said to be one of the Ankoku-ji temples established by the Ashikaga clan throughout the country during the Northern and Southern Courts period, and the temple was destroyed by fire during the war ravages of the Daiei era, but as a diplomatic monk of the Mori clan It was rebuilt by Ekei Ankokuji, who was active. When the atomic bombing was dropped on August 6, 1945, the Fudoin Temple became a valuable presence for Hiroshima, which escaped the disaster due to the geographical condition of the foot of the mountain and lost many cultural properties.

    〒732-0068 3-4-9 Ushitashinmachi, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-221-6923

    Walk to Fudoin-mae Station on the Astram Line

    Astram Line Move about 5 minutes and get off at Johoku Station

    Moving on foot

    Hiroshima Castle

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    〒730-0011 21-1 Motomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-221-7512
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    観光バス駐車場について:中央公園RCC前守衛室

    It is a five-story castle built in 1599 by Mori Motonari’s grandson “Mori Terumoto”. It was destroyed by the atomic bomb dropped on August 6, 1945, but in 1958, the reinforced concrete castle tower was restored.

    〒730-0011 21-1 Motomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    観光バス駐車場について:中央公園RCC前守衛室

    Go to Meipuru-Pu Hiroshimajo Station on foot

    Move to Meipuru-Pude Kamiyacho Station

    Go to the Kamiya-cho area on foot and have lunch

    Eat lunch and move on foot

    Atomic Bomb Dome

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

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    082-242-7831

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    was built in 1915 by Czech architect Jan Letzl. On August 6, 1945, it was wrecked and burned down by the first atomic bomb in human history. It was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1996 as a symbol of a pledge to convey the devastation of the atomic bombing to the present day and call for the abolition of nuclear weapons and permanent peace.

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

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    082-242-7831

    Stroll around Hiroshima Memorial Park on foot

    Moving on foot

    Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

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    〒730-0811 1-2 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi

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    082-241-4004

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    exhibit the actual situation of the atomic bomb damage and the history of Hiroshima before and after the atomic bombing, and appeal for the abolition of nuclear weapons and the realization of world peace.

    〒730-0811 1-2 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi

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    082-241-4004

    Walk around the area around Hondori and 8-chome on foot

    Take a ride from Meipuru-Puo Okonomimura Station

    Get off at Toshogumae Station and walk

    Hiroshima Toshogu

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    2-1-18 Futaba no Sato, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima 732-0057

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    was built in 1648 to enshrine the divine spirit of Tokugawa Ieyasu. The main hall and the hall of worship were burnt down by the atomic bomb and were rebuilt after that, but the karamon, transept, chozuya, honjido, gokujo, wakimon, and mikoshi that have existed since the time of their founding have been designated as important tangible cultural properties designated by Hiroshima City, and were built in the early Edo period It retains architectural features.

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    2-1-18 Futaba no Sato, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima 732-0057

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    Atomic Bomb Dome

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

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    082-242-7831

    It

    was built in 1915 by Czech architect Jan Letzl. On August 6, 1945, it was wrecked and burned down by the first atomic bomb in human history. It was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1996 as a symbol of a pledge to convey the devastation of the atomic bombing to the present day and call for the abolition of nuclear weapons and permanent peace.

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

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    082-242-7831

    Walk around the Peace Memorial Park

    Moving on foot

    Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

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    〒730-0811 1-2 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi

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    082-241-4004

    They

    exhibit the actual situation of the atomic bomb damage and the history of Hiroshima before and after the atomic bombing, and appeal for the abolition of nuclear weapons and the realization of world peace.

    〒730-0811 1-2 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi

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    082-241-4004

    Moving on foot

    Orizuru Tower

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

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    It is a

    new complex that opened in September 2016, and there is a bussankan and cafe on the first floor. The view from the observatory is the World Heritage Site “Atomic Bomb Dome”, the peaceful and revived cityscape that spreads throughout the Peace Memorial Park, and On a clear day, you can see Mt. Misen in Miyajima in the distance.

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

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    Go to the Kamiya-cho area on foot and have lunch

    Moving on foot

    Shirajinja

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    7-24 Nakamachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0037 Japan

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    Mikai no kami enshrines Kikurihime, Izanaki, Izanami, Amaterasu Omikami, etc., and since ancient times (before 600 years), worshiped a shrine on the rock where the current shrine was built, and white gohei was dedicated and worshiped the gods. Prior to the construction of Hiroshima Castle at the time of Mori Terumoto (around 1600), a large shrine was built and called “Shirakami Daimyojin”. Showa 20 (1945) 8/6 A nuclear bomb exploded in the sky, and the shrine building, the Great Torii, etc. disappeared completely, and the stone structures before Showa 20, komainu, and night lights are now designated as the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Remains. The current shrine was rebuilt in Showa 63 (1989).

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    7-24 Nakamachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0037 Japan

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    Moving on foot

    Rai Sanyo Historic Site Museum

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    〒730-0036 5-15 Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    Materials related to Rai

    Sanyo, a writer representing Japan in the late Edo period, and various materials related to the early modern culture of Geibi are exhibited and released. In addition to the permanent exhibition that introduces the chronology of Sanyo Rai, Epizode, etc., special exhibitions and special exhibitions are also held about 4 times a year, including “Modern Swords” and “Hina Dolls”.

    〒730-0036 5-15 Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    Former Hiroshima Branch of the Bank of Japan

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    〒730-0036 5-16 Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    A

    historical building representing the early Showa period in Hiroshima with an excellent appearance in a classical style. Although it is a short distance of 380m from the hypocenter, it still retains its original appearance due to its robustness. At the time of the atomic bombing, the first and second floors were closed, which avoided the internal wreck, but since the third floor was open, it burned down.

    〒730-0036 5-16 Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-504-2500

    Walk to Fukuromachi Station and take the tram ① line for about 21 minutes

    Get off at Ujina 2-chome and move on foot

    Hiroshima City Local Museum

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    〒734-0015 2-6-20 Ujinamiyuki, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-253-6771

    It is a

    red brick humanities museum centered on Hiroshima’s traditional local industries, and a part of the building of the former Ujina Army Rations Arsenal built in 1911 is preserved. It is one of the few modern Western-style buildings of the Meiji period remaining in the city, and it is designated as an important tangible cultural property of Hiroshima City because of its superior building technology and design.

    〒734-0015 2-6-20 Ujinamiyuki, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-253-6771

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    Hiroshima Port 10,000 ton berth (Ujina Wharf Park)

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    〒734-0011 3-chome, Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima

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    082-251-7997

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    can see Japanese and foreign passenger ships entering Hiroshima Port, and when they enter the port, a welcome ceremony may be held nearby. Wharf Park is a relaxing and relaxing plaza centered on the lawn square, and commercial facilities (interior shops, cafes, etc.) utilizing harbor warehouses are also open in the vicinity.

    〒734-0011 3-chome, Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima

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    Hiroshima Port (Hiroshima Minato Park)

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    1-chome Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima 734-0011, Japan

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    symbolic green space that serves as the gateway to the sea in Hiroshima. From the green space on the west side, you can see the ferry entering the terminal, and there are shops and restaurants on the 1st and 2nd floors of the Ujina Passenger Terminal on the south side of the park, overlooking the sea You can also eat while you eat.

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    1-chome Ujinakaigan, Minami-ku, Hiroshima 734-0011, Japan

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