Commonly known as the Atomic Bomb Dome, the memorial is part of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.
Also known as Carp Castle, the castle was built in the 1590s by the feudal lord Mori Terumoto.
This historic garden dates back to 1620 and makes for a peaceful walk in the middle of the city.
The memorial park is dedicated to the victims of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in 1945.
Hiroshima Station is a railway station in Minami-ku, Hiroshima, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company.
Set on a hill surrounded by a forested valley, this stunning temple and its surroundings make for a great escape from the city.
This food theme park contains 26 restaurants and each of them serves the traditional dish called okonomiyaki in a slightly different way…
Ten glass gates donated to the city on the 60th anniversary of the atomic bombing.
One of the peace monuments in the memorial park. The monument resembles two hands pointing up to the sky and the flame represents the desire…
The memorial hall was built in 2002 by Kenzo Tange to commemorate the victims of the nuclear attack.
A large commercial area around the Hondōri street which suffered heavy damage in 1945.
One of the most significant and popular Shinto shrines in Hiroshima. It's always packed on New Year’s Eve and creates a wonderful atmosphere.
Formerly known as Mazda Building, this 13-storey tower features a viewing platform on the top floor. Come here to enjoy views of the city.
The statue of the Goddess overlooks a map reconstructing the neighbourhood Nakajima-hon-machi. 458 people were killed here by the bomb.
The Insectarium presents the largest number of live insects in Western Japan. Also, there are about 500 butterflies.
If you're looking for a place to hang out, this park makes for a relaxing spot in the city. It's forested and surrounded by the river.
This 17 meters wide and 70 metres long pond surrounds the Cenotaph so that it looks like it's floating.
The Honkawa Elementary School Peace Museum is a museum of the Peace in Honkawacho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan.
It started as a shop selling kimono and over the years it evolved into a large department store chain. Shop till you drop!
A huge department store where you can shop all day. You can also taste renowned matcha butter cakes on the food floor.
All manga lovers will be excited! Go through more than 100,000 pieces of manga related materials or borrow manga magazines.