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Hiroshima Castle was built in 1589. The current Hiroshima Castle was rebuilt in 1958, so the inside is modern. You can see the lush green city of Hiroshima from the top floor of the castle.
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Yoshida Koriyama Castle was a castle that existed in Hiroshima from the 1500s to the 1600s. It is now a castle ruin where you can see the stone walls and the tombs of the castle’s lords.
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Tom Milk Farm is a ranch in Higashihiroshima, and you can see the barn where fresh cows, milking cows and cows on maternity leave are raised.The farm also sells handmade gelato made from fresh milk, as well as cookies, puddings […]
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This is a very important place for us. This bridge was built over 20 years ago by our father and his colleagues. We visited here for the first time and experienced the same air that he felt at that time. […]
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Sera Yume Park is located in the northern part of Hiroshima Prefecture. The large rocks at the top of a small hill are impressive. The site is 27 hectares in size and is built on a hilly terrain, and has […]
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This is a small ranch located in Higashihiroshima City. You can interact with cows, sheep, rabbits and other animals. You can also enjoy making cheese and butter from the milk of cows from this ranch.
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It is an insectarium in Hiroshima City Forest Park. You can see 500 butterflies flying among the flowers in a dome-shaped greenhouse.
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A Buddhist temple of the Jodo Shinshu Hongan-ji school located in Ikuchi Island Ikuchi Island is famous for its lemons. There are many things to see and do on the island, such as homemade gelato shops, restaurants serving seafood, and […]
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This scenic town is made up of nine large and small islands floating in the Seto Inland Sea, about five kilometers southeast of Hiroshima, and is attracting attention as a resort island centered on the beaches.
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Ishigatani Vally : It is a valley which is 7 kilometers long and has been designated as a place of scenic beauty in Hiroshima Prefecture. The season of fresh green leaves and autumn leaves is especially beautiful.
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It was built in 2001 to protect the urban area around Hiroshima City from flooding and to provide a stable supply of drinking water. It is the second tallest arch dam in Japan. It is a place rich in nature […]
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Ryuzu(Dragon Head) Valley : It is a valley in the northern part of Hiroshima. The beautiful scenery created by clear streams, greenery and rocks is designated as Hiroshima’s natural environment conservation area. You can enjoy hiking and forest bathing.