In Higashi-ku, Hiroshima, there are still many cultural heritage sites, including the Fudoin Kondo, which is the city’s only national treasure.
Among them, “Futaba no Sato History Walkway” is a course that connects venerable shrines, temples, historical sites, etc. scattered between Ushida Shinmachi and Yaga Station.
This course can be enjoyed not only by prospective students, but also by other people, such as Onaga Tenmangu Shrine, which enshrines Sugawara no Michizane, the god of learning, and Saizo-ji Temple where miso is offered to the head of “Miso Jizo”.

Information

Guide organization name/representative name
Futaba no Sato History Walkway Volunteer Guide Association (Secretariat: Higashi Ward Office Regional Raising Promotion Division)
Introduction of guide implementation organizations
In Higashi-ku, Hiroshima, there are still many cultural heritage sites, including the Fudoin Kondo, which is the city’s only national treasure. Among them, “Futaba no Sato History Walkway” is a course that connects venerable shrines, temples, historical sites, etc. scattered between Ushida Shinmachi and Yaga Station. Volunteer guides will guide you on this walking path free of charge.
Contact phone number
Higashi Ward Office Regional Raising Promotion Division (082) 568-7705
The total distance of the course
Approx. 3km
Implementation date
28th of every month
Time required
Approx. 2 hours 30 minutes
Meeting time
10:00 on the 28th of every month
Meeting place
JR Hiroshima Station Shinkansen Exit 2F Pedestrian Deck
Breakup time
12:30
Where to break up
Local dissolution
Capacity
without
Participation fee
Free (Insurance for the “Futaba Day” regular guide on the 28th of every month is enrolled at the Higashi Ward Office.)
This is the first place to push!
Including Onaga Tenmangu Shrine, which enshrines Sugawara no Michizane, the god of learning, and Saizo-ji Temple where miso is offered to the head of “Miso Jizo”, you can enjoy it not only for examinees, but also for other people.
Application deadline
Advance registration is not required for the “Futaba Day” regular guide on the 28th of every month. Other than that, as a general rule, apply at least 1 week in advance
Remarks
We accept guides throughout the year other than the “Futaba Day” regular guide on the 28th of every month, so please let us know the desired date, course, number of people, etc.

Spots to visit

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1. Saigoku Kaido
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2. Atago Shrine
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3. Ruins of Rattling Bridge, Sanbonmatsu
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4. Saizo-ji
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5. Shokoji
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6. Kokuzenji
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7. Onaga Tenmangu Shrine

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