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A man-made lake with a width of about 1 km and a length of 3.5 km that was built as a dam for power generation. The varied shoreline is perfect for driving. It is loved by many people as a […]
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This cherry tree blooming in the suburbs of Hiroshima is designated as a natural monument of Hiroshima Prefecture. Unlike ordinary cherry blossoms, the branches are hanging down. This is called Shidare sakura. This is not a very famous place. It […]
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Hiroshima Port is located near the center of Hiroshima. It is an important hub for shipping and distribution in Hiroshima. There is a park nearby. You can play there while watching ships coming and going.
Mount Ougonzan is located in Hiroshima city and is 220 meters above sea level. It used to be an island floating in the Setonaikai Sea, but it was reclaimed in the 1600s and became a continuous land. It is a […]
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It is a comprehensive park that is maintained in a place facing the sea. There are plenty of sports facilities, and there are tennis courts with 6 sides, and ball courts where you can play soccer and baseball. Large playground […]
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It is a waste disposal facility in Hiroshima City. The feature is the beautiful building that doesn’t look like a garbage disposal. It is close to the sea and the surrounding scenery is nice.
Hiroshima is a city with many rivers. Among them, This Ohta River is a river that represents Hiroshima. People enjoy sports and picnics in the wide riverbed.
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Kintaikyou is a wooden bridge built in 1670’s. It was destroyed by a typhoon in 1950, but it was rebuilt as a wooden bridge again in 1953. You can enjoy colorful scenery of each season such as cherry blossoms in […]
Akiyoshidai Plateau is the largest karst plateau in Japan. There are Akiyoshi Cave under the characteristic plateau where rocks are exposed.
Akiyoshi Cave is one of the largest limestone caves in the world located about 100 m under Akiyoshidai limestone plateau in the western part of Yamaguchi Prefecture. Of the 10 kilometer long limestone caves, 1 kilometer is open to the […]
Taikodaniinari Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Tsuwano-cho, Shimane Prefecture. This was built in 1773. Tsuwano-cho is a place with the atmosphere of old streets. Good for sightseeing.
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It is a farm ‘Kajitsunomori(Fruit Forest) Park’ in Mihara city, Hiroshima prefecture. They also sell seasonal sweets made with fresh fruits directly from the production area. There is also a lawn slide hill where children can play.