Top Things To Do In hiroshima


We have great places in Hiroshima Prefecture that were posted by travelers and the locals who have actually traveled there. Hiroshima is famous for a world heritage Itsukushima Shrine at Miyajima Island, and located at the side of Seto Inland Sea, south of Chugoku Region. To begin with Itsukushima Shrine with the amazing torii gate on the sea, a nostalgic port town Tomonoura, are all things to do here. What's more, the local specialty foods, such as Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki and Onomichi Ramen are also popular in Hiroshima Prefecture.

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Itsukushima Shrine

The Vermilion Lacquered Shrine Built On the Sea Like Dragon Palace 'Ryugu Castle'

Hiroshima boasts as the World Cultural Heritage. The mystic and beautiful shrine building seems to float on the sea. It's one of the most beautiful historical facilities, so it will attract people all over the world.

Sensuijima Island

A Seaside Promenade with One of the Best Ocean Views in Setouchi

Sensui Island is 6km in circumference and you get there in 5 minutes from Tomonoura by a ferryboat. The island is said that it is so beautiful enough to a hermit is fascinated and has a seaside promenade with one of the best ocean views in Setouchi. So, you can enjoy seeing the ocean view and powerful craggy place while walking.


The Old but Good Scenery Even the Hollywood is enamored

Here is the scene of Studio Ghibli's "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea" . I think this scenery attracts the people all over the world.

Kousanji Museum

A Temple Became A Museum! Japan's Registered Tangible Cultural Properties Colored By Beautiful Flowers & Trees

Kousanji has some tangible cultural properties that were modeled on famous Nikko Tosho-gu. Now, it opens as a museum, and you can enjoy the artistic world with stunning flowers and trees.

Fukuzenji Temple Taichoro

The Superb View that is Admired as the Best one in Japan

The room was a guest house for VIPs from abroad. The Korean emissary admired the superb view as the most beautiful from Korea eastward. An admission fee is 200 Yen.

Okunoshima Island

Rabbits & Ruins!? A Rabbit Island

Ookuno-shima is a small island in Seto Inland Sea. The island has a shadowy past that left a storehouse of poison gas and an electric power plant, but also has a bright side that over 700 rabbits welcome the visitors to the island. It's a precious island that is rare in the world.


No Window Nor Wall. The View From A Cypress Stage The Winds Blowing Through

The architecture of the observatory without any windows nor wall is worth seeing, but all said and done, it's a precious place where you can see the Atomic Bomb Memorial Dome by the same way as birds. Why don't you see Hiroshima city and Miyajima and think about the importance of peace?

Sera Kogen Farm

50 Kinds & 1.1 Million Sunflowers In Hiroshima

The stunning sunflower field that makes me burst into cheers as soon as we enter the farm. I really want you all visit here once in your life. In 2018, Sunflower Festival is going to be held till 8/19.

Mt. Misen

A Mountain Top Open Space With Big And Small Rocks lying Like Statues

After getting a enough exercise to climb up the mountain path. The superb view of Setouchi is of course, the open space with mysterious and artistic rocks you will be moved.

Itsukushima Srine's Five Storied Pagoda

Find Your Favorite View Of Five Storied Pagoda In Miyajima

This is the 7th oldest one among 22 five-storied pagodas that exists now in Japan. The beautiful red lacquered figure is a symbol of Miyajima the same as Torii of Itsukushima Shrine. You can see it from any places for it stands on a hill, so let's find your favorite scene!