Island famous for a large interesting rabbit population. One of those "only-in-Japan" places.
Club Quattro first opened its doors in Shibuya in 1988, since then its opened other venues in Nagoya, Umeda, and Hiroshima. it’s a live music venue where you ca
Misen is a mountain on Miyajima Island, the peak of which can be reached by the Miyajima Ropeway.
The museum hosts a wealth of ancient glasses dating back to the 15th century, and offers a glimpse into the long history of glass making. Many of the 15th centu
Mitaki Temple is a popular woodland temple dedicated to Kanon (Goddess of Mercy). It is located a fair distance up the slopes of Mount Mitaki in a quiet valley.
The Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum is located in the heart of Hiroshima City and adjacent to one of Japan's great scenic spots Shukkeien, famous for its wealt
MAZDA Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima is Current home of Hiroshima Toyo Carp.
Peace Memorial Halls for the Atomic Bomb Victims are located in both Nagasaki and Hiroshima, the two cities which suffered atomic bombings. They were built in o
Itsukushima Jinja Shrine is known for the unique and bold concept of being built in the sea as well as its elegant architectural style called “Shinden-zukuri”.
Hiroshima castle is an iconic castle constructed by Mori Terumoto, one of the most significant servants ("Godairo") of the famous samurai Hideyoshi Toyotomi.
Shukkeien Garden is a compact and skillfully landscaped Japanese garden close to Hiroshima Castle.
The A-Bomb Dome, known as the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, is what remains of the former Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall. The building served as a location t
The Peace Memorial Park was built between 1950 and 1964. The Peace Memorial Museum at the southern end of the park was opened in 1955. Since 1952 the park has b
The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, at the southern end of the Peace Memorial Park, has continuously appealed for the elimination of nuclear arms and the reali