Hiroshima Toriho (Pu)
Hiroshima Trivo (Pu) is a town walking course guided by volunteer guide groups in Hiroshima City. A guide who is familiar with the highlights and attractions of Hiroshima will welcome you. This name was coined to uniquely express a town walking trip in Hiroshima, so we coined trip, which means excursion, with p as an alternative character for “step”. The image is that “hato” (tori), which is a symbol of peace, guides the city of Hiroshima.
~ Hiroshima History Walk ~ Hiroshima Castle Town Tour Course
~ Take a streetcar and walk around Hiroshima spots ~ A-bombed buildings tour course
A course to enjoy the medieval mountain castle ruins and Kaminokurayama along the old road
Kusatsu Town History Walkway Guide Course
The Past and Present Course to Follow Reconstruction
A walking course in the Nakagori Kodo Karuke district
Itsukaichi “Coin Street” Course
Mitaki walking course
Walking Course for World Peace Memorial Cathedral and Shukkeien
Hijiyama walking course
Hiroshima Castle and Shukkeien Walking Course
Earth Museum Motoujina Earth Walk Course
Futaba no Sato History Walkway National Treasure Expedition Health Course
Futaba no Sato History Walkway Viewing Course
Futaba no Sato History Walkway Easy Seven Lucky Gods Course
Futaba no Sato History Walkway Pass Prayer Course
Points to note about participating in the town walking course (as of 2017/3/3)
・Please pay for courses that require participation fees at the time of meeting.
・The participation fee does not include admission fees for paid facilities, admission fees, and transportation fares.
・Guide groups basically carry out insurance enrollment procedures in case of accidents, etc., but please note that in the event of an accident, etc., the guide group/city cannot be held responsible.
・The schedule may be changed or canceled due to weather or other reasons.
Traffic safety, etc. (as of March 2017)
1 Please comply with traffic rules and act responsibly on your own.
2 Don't let your guard down even at the green light, and keep an eye on the movement of cars on the left and right while crossing.
3 If there is a pedestrian crossing nearby, be sure to cross the pedestrian crossing.
4 If there is an approaching car, wait until the car passes by.
5 Please be careful not to obstruct the passage of other pedestrians and bicycles.
6 If you walk with a large number of people, please do not fall apart and act together.
7 If you feel unwell while walking around town, please do not overdo it and tell the guide.
8 Let's refrain from making loud voices in private places, such as residential areas and dwellings.
9 Please be careful not to damage exhibits, buildings, etc.