Also known as Carp Castle, the castle was built in the 1590s by the feudal lord Mori Terumoto.
The memorial hall was built in 2002 by Kenzo Tange to commemorate the victims of the nuclear attack.
Founded in 1978, the museum presents European paintings as well as Japanese ones. Its main focus is the French Romantic period.
Every year there's a memorial service devoted to the students who were killed by the bomb. This school was the closest one to ground zero.
Children are allowed not only to observe, but also to touch things in order to understand science in this museum.
One of the largest museums in Western Japan with a collection of over 3500 artworks. Both emerging and established artists are presented.
The Fukuromachi Elementary School Peace Museum is a peace museum in Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan.
The Hiroshima City Ebayama Museum of Meteorology was the first museum of meteorology in Japan.
Rai Sanyo was a Japanese historian and thinker. The museum is dedicated to his work and presents details of his personal life.