- Day Trip
- Papal Visit to Hiroshima for the First Time in 38 Years
The upcoming papal visit to Japan will be the second such visit since Pope John Paul II’s in 1981.
- HIROSHIMA PEACE TOURISM
"Peace Tourism" guides you to various locations around Hiroshima where you can see traces of the atomic bombing, learn about the history and culture that existed before the atomic bombing, and experience the daily life of local residents while learning about the restoration of the city.
- Experience in Hiroshima
This website will introduce a range of hands-on programs to allow you to enjoy Hiroshima. Topics include food, culture, history, and peace.
Home to the two World Heritage sites of the A-bomb Dome and Miyajima Itsukushima Shrine, and with the Seto Inland Sea on one side and mountains on the other, Hiroshima is rich in natural and historical interest...
- Set Sail into Japan's Naval History
With the expansion of the Japanese navy and shipbuilding at the turn of the 20th century, the city of Kure grew from a small town into one of the most important naval ports in Japan...
Kure City | Etajima City | Hiroshima City
- Ten Traditional
Japanese Crafts and
Traditional crafts and culture passed down through the generations that you can experience and enjoy.
Kumano Town ｜ Otake City ｜ Yanai City ｜ Akitakata City ｜ Sera Town ｜ Suō-Ōshima Town ｜ Tabuse Town ｜ Hiroshima City
- Fancy a Tipple?
Try this Sake Tour
apanese sake, or 'nihonshu', has all the subtleties and nuances of wine - one reason it continues to grow in popularity both in Japan and across the world. This sake itinerary...
Iwakuni City | Higashi Hiroshima City