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Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

Dive! Hiroshima Official Guide

    ~Romantic Experience from Iwakuni to Hiroshima~

    The time landscape that has become one with each climate and humanity is a moving experience that you can only understand after visiting. Let's carefully follow the historical towns along with various experience menus.

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    Shirakabe Townscape

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    Yanaizu, Yanai-shi, Yamaguchi, 742-0022

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    About 10 minutes on the north side of JR Yanai Station. The medieval townscape that stretches about 200 meters from the Furuichi and Kanaya districts remains as it is today, making it an important preservation district for groups of traditional buildings in the country. In addition to cultural properties such as “Kunimori House” and “Muroya no En,” there are souvenir shops where you can buy original Yanai goods.

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    Yanaizu, Yanai-shi, Yamaguchi, 742-0022

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    Goldfish lantern making experience (Yanai Xizo)

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    unique lantern in the shape of a goldfish is a traditional folk craft of Yanai that has been handed down since the Edo period. You can make your own goldfish lantern by putting patterns on the eyes and torso, and attaching fins and tails.

    3700-8 Yanai, Yanai, Yamaguchi, 742-0021

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    Yamaguchi Flower Land

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    About 500 varieties of 450,000 flowers bloom in full bloom throughout the year. One of the highlights is the Hanakururin, which carries flowers from the four seasons.

    500-1 Shinjo, Yanai-shi, Yamaguchi, 742-0033

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    Tabuse-cho Folk Museum

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    875-6 Shimotafuse, Tabuse-cho, Kumage-gun 742-1511

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    display are relics and posthumous works of people related to the town, including brothers Shinsuke Kishi and Eisaku Sato, who became prime ministers, and great literary figures, Kunikida Doppo. Excavated items from the oldest Kunimori Tumulus in the prefecture are also on display.

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    875-6 Shimotafuse, Tabuse-cho, Kumage-gun 742-1511

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    Strawberry picking

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    Strawberries are an agricultural product representing Tabuse-cho, and the yield is top class in Yamaguchi prefecture. You can experience strawberry picking at three places in the town, and it is crowded with tourists from early winter to spring.
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    Kanko Farm Land 394-1 Kawanishi, Tabuse-cho, Kumage-gun
    Ichigorand 288 Shukui, Tabuse-cho, Kumage-gun
    Tabusei Strawberry Farm Machi, Tabuse-cho, Kumage-gun

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    Atada Koryukan

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    3900-14 Saga, Hirao-cho, Kumage-gun 742-1111

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    Since the former Navy Diving School and the Heio Kaiten Base were located in this area, materials and relics related to the human torpedo “Kaiten” are exhibited.

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    3900-14 Saga, Hirao-cho, Kumage-gun 742-1111

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    Mt. Osei

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    scenic spot where you can take a detour while enjoying the drive of the Murotsu Peninsula Skyline.

    Saga, Hirao-cho, Kumage-gun, Yamaguchi, 742-1111

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    Hoshino Tetsuro Memorial Museum

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    417-11 Oaza Hirano, Suooshima-cho, Oshima-gun, Yamaguchi, 742-2512

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    memorial hall honoring the achievements of Mr. Tetsuro Hoshino, a lyricist representing Japan, from Suo-Oshima. The museum consists of five zones, such as the “Hoshino Theater,” where you can enjoy many representative songs such as “It’s a Tough Man” and “365 Steps March” with powerful images on a 270 degree multiscreen. You can experience the world.

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    417-11 Oaza Hirano, Suooshima-cho, Oshima-gun, Yamaguchi, 742-2512

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    Kintaikyo

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    〒741-0062 Iwakuni City Iwakuni 1-chome

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    岩国市錦帯橋課

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    wooden bridge with five arches built by the third lord of the domain, Hiroyoshi Yoshikawa, in 1673 (Enpo Yuan). You can enjoy spectacular views of cherry blossoms in spring, cormorant fishing in summer, and autumn leaves in autumn.

    〒741-0062 Iwakuni City Iwakuni 1-chome

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    岩国市錦帯橋課

    Iwakuni Castle

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    〒741-0081 Yokoyama, Iwakuni City

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    0827-29-5116
    岩国市観光振興課

    Located on a mountain with a panoramic view of the city of Iwakuni, the view from the castle tower is refreshing. Kintaikyo Bridge is also a popular spot that looks great on Instagram.

    〒741-0081 Yokoyama, Iwakuni City

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    0827-29-5116
    岩国市観光振興課

    Kikko Park/Castle Town

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    the north side of Kintaikyo, there are many historical and cultural properties such as Kikka-jinja Shrine and samurai residences built in the mid-Edo period. On the south side, there is a townscape that retains many remnants of the castle town, and you can enjoy a stroll.

    〒741-0081 Yokoyama, Iwakuni City

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    0827-29-5116
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    Otake Handmade Washi no Sato

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    〒739-0631 3365 Boroku, Otake City

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    0827-93-3576

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    has inherited the tradition of handmade washi since the Edo period, making various types of washi such as paper for carp streamers, fusuma paper, and shoji paper. Visits and hands-on learning are also possible.

    〒739-0631 3365 Boroku, Otake City

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    0827-93-3576

    Mikuradake

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    Mt. Mikura, which rises 702 meters above the northern edge of the city, has been visited by many enthusiasts as a sacred place for rock climbing in recent years. Green showers in summer and fall foliage in fall are also recommended.

    〒739-0645 Kuritanicho, Otake City

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    0827-56-0660

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    Miyahama Beni Mansaku no Yu

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    〒739-0454 2-2-1 Miyahama Onsen, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-50-0808
    べにまんさくの湯

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    hot spring facility located on the opposite shore of Miyajima. The scenery of Miyajima and the Seto Inland Sea seen from the open-air bath is unique to this hot spring. You can enjoy local seafood such as oyster dishes at the restaurant inside the facility.

    〒739-0454 2-2-1 Miyahama Onsen, Hatsukaichi

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    0829-50-0808
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    Shukkeien

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    〒730-0014 2-11 Kaminoboricho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    082-221-3620

    In 1620 (Genwa 6), Soka Ueda, who is a tea master and warrior, built the garden as a villa for the lord of the Asano Domain. In the park, which is said to have been created to imitate the West Lake in China, you can enjoy flowers that bloom every season.

    〒730-0014 2-11 Kaminoboricho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City

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    was built by Terumoto, a grandson of Motonari MORI. The castle tower, which was destroyed by the atomic bomb, was restored in Showa 33. It is now a historical museum.

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

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    082-221-7512
    082-227-7875
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