The former Hiroshima Local Meteorological Observatory building built in 1930 is preserved and maintained, allowing you to have fun learning about the weather.

The main building of the meteorological museum is a preserved former office building of the Hiroshima Local Meteorological Observatory built in 1933, and is designated as an important tangible cultural property by Hiroshima City as a valuable building that retains the characteristics of a reinforced concrete building from the early Showa era. Masu. Inside, walls with glass fragments broken by the blast have been preserved, and materials such as records of atomic bomb investigations by meteorological observatory staff at the time are also on display. You can also tour the northern outer wall facing the hypocenter. The video corner also shows a video of the novel ``Blank Weather Map'' (written by Kunio Yanagita), which depicts the state of weather observatories at the time of the atomic bombing. Currently, as a museum with a meteorological theme, there is a "Gust Wind Capsule" (due to the influence of the new coronavirus) where you can experience the strength of the wind.


business hours
09: 00 ~ 17: 00 * Admission is until 16:30
Monday * Except for holidays and holidays. In addition, the day after the holidays and the year-end and New Year holidays are closed. Closed days are subject to change. For details, please see the website or contact us ( or 082-231-0177).
Individuals/Adults 100 yen, Seniors (65 years and older)/High school students 50 yen, Junior high school students and younger free Groups (30 or more)/Adults 80 yen, Seniors (65 years and older)/High school students 40 yen *Senior fees are based on official certificate Age verification required. *If you are making a reservation for a group, we can provide explanations of the atomic bombing-related exhibits and science shows for the group (reservations required by phone), but please note that we may not be able to accommodate your request depending on the application status.
730-08351-40-1 Eba Minami, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture
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1-40-1 Eba Minami, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture

From Hiroshima Station, take the Hiroshima Electric Railway to Eba and get off at the "Eba" last stop, approximately 1000m (top of Mt. Eba, 30m above sea level), or transfer to the Hiroden bus bound for Eba at "Hondori" and get off at the "Eba Sakaemachi" bus stop, approximately 500m.

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