• Memorial Cathedral for World Peace

    A Catholic church that prays for world peace. It was built by a priest who was a victim of the atomic bomb.

  • Machinami Take-kobo

    Traditional bamboo workshop with handmade bamboo craft pieces.

  • Kure

    Developed as a port from a long time ago. It is an animated city next to the JMSDF base.

  • JMSDF Kure Museum

    The only museum in Japan that you can enter and observe a real submarine that is 76 meters long.

  • Itsukushima Jinja

    Itsukushima Jinja, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Japan’s most distinguished shrines, famous for its big torii standing on the water.

  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

    The park is a symbol of Hiroshima, a city that suffered the misery of the atomic bomb, and one that prays for world peace.

  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

    A museum that reminds us of the damage and harm caused by an atomic bomb using photographs of the time as well as articles left by the deceased.

  • Hiroshima castle

    A castle in the center of Hiroshima city. Experience zone to try costumes of the Sengoku period is popular.

  • Atomic Bomb Dome

    The symbol of peace in Hiroshima which is surrounded by a park.



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