Every year, many foreign customers come to Hiroshima prefecture.
Here, we have compiled some basic information so that visitors from all the countries can fully enjoy Hiroshima!
Is there a good plan to go around the prefecture? Where can vegetarians and Muslims eat with peace of mind? Where should you ask for a guide? In order to answer such questions, find here is a list of information that we thought could be useful for your trip to Hiroshima.
Surprisingly, it's not known, but there are plenty of tranports in Hiroshima!
In addition to railways, you can also enjoy streetcar, boats, water taxis, ropeways to enjoy your travel time in Hiroshima prefecture!
We also introduce deals on tickets limited to foreign tourists !
Tourist information center
First, get information at the tourist information center!
The tourist information center is the most reliable place to rely on when you are lost. There are a lot of information centers that can help you in English.
Staff will welcome you with a heart of hospitality.
Go sightseeing empty-handed !
Why don't you leave your baggage and enjoy sightseeing spots lightly?
Some places have services that deliver directly to the hotel.
Guest houses in Hiroshima prefecture
Accommodations are diversifying, but what is now the focus of attention is guest houses!
There are many reasonable and unique lodging!
Here is an introduction to guest houses in Hiroshima prefecture.
Dietary information for vegetarians, vegans, and Muslims
Here are places where vegetarians, vegans, and Muslims can eat with confidence.
There are also shops that offer prayer spaces for Muslims!
Click here for information on how to access to popular tourist spots !
How many ways can you tell me how to get to Miyajima from Hiroshima city ? You can go by train, tram, or ship ! There are a lot of boarding places for boats.
Here's a simple way to get to tourist spots that are popular with visitors that even locals can't explain right away!
Is there anything else you can do besides sightseeing?
In addition to the tea ceremony, wearing a kimono, copying a sutra, and calligraphy, there are many unusual experiences such as guided cycling around Hiroshima, sea kayaking, and stand-up paddles!
We are sure it will be a pleasant memory in Hiroshima.
Duty-free shop information
Shopping at duty-free shops is one of the pleasures of traveling.
Here are some of the major duty-free shops in the prefecture.
About nationally qualified guides and volunteer guides
A guide is indispensable in order to gain a deeper understanding of the history and culture of Hiroshima prefecture.
In addition to those who have the national qualification of “interpreter guide”, there are various people who are volunteering to help visitors to get to know Hiroshima.
If you go around Hiroshima with a guide that suits your interests, it will be a deeply memorable trip.
Other basic information
Foreign currency exchange and hospitals
Where can I exchange currency ? Where to go in case of sickness or injuries ? Is there any free-wifi ?
Here are all the useful information you want to know when visiting an unfamiliar place.
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