Hiroshima Prefecture is
located in the southwestern part of the Japanese islands. It is rich in the
natural beauty of the Inland Sea and the Chugoku Mountains, with rivers,
valleys and plains, that characterise Japan's landscape.
The natural and historical
beauty of Japan is encapsulated on Miyajima’s Itsukushima Shrine, floating on
the sea in the middle of Hiroshima Bay. Once you see this world heritage site
in person you’ll understand why its celebrated as one of the “Three Sights of
Japan”, making it a National Treasure.
Now a symbol of peace in the
world, Hiroshima welcomes visitors to its Peace Park Memorials and Museums to
teach people about what happened in the city at 8:15am on August 6th
1945 and to show Hiroshima’s dedication to achieve a nuclear arms free world,
for the better of humanity. The Atomic Bomb dome, the only building not
demolished after the bomb, remains on the bank of the Motoyasu River as a
reminder of the devastation war can bring.
Now Hiroshima is a bustling
and thriving city surrounded by natural and beautiful landscapes. This beauty
can also be found in the centre of the city, in places such as Shukkei-en
Visit the World Heritage Sites of Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima Island and Hiroshima's Atomic Bomb Dome with your English speaking guide.The tour is only on every Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat.Included in th..
An English speaking driver will take you to an island of 'rabbit paradise' located in the Seto Inland Sea and the sake town of Saijo which is one of the best known as sake brewery in the Hyogo area.
[Self-Guided] 15 daysVisit the most beautiful World Heritage Sites of Japan as well as experience traditional aspects of Japanese life. Stay in a ryokan to experience Japanese hospitality, delicious c..
from £ 2,700
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