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Everywhere Landmarks

Guide to Everywhere landmarks which includes significant buildings, bridges, statues, intersections and structures in Everywhere.

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    Shokei Yashiki Residence

    Shokei Yashiki Residence was the home of the Hayashi Family, who had served as priests for Itsukushima Shrine since early times. Shokei Yashiki Residence was called ‘Shokei’ for the family’s significant role in the Imperial Court. Shokei Yashiki Residence was built in 1703 and is a designated Important National Treasure.

  • Peace Bell

    Peace Bell is temple style bell cast by Masahiko Katori, a living national treasure. The Peace Bell features a map of the world without borders and the atomic symbol at the point where the log strikes the bell. The Peace Bell is 1.7m high, weighs approximately 1,200kg and is in Read more [...]

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    Peace Clock Tower

    Peace Clock Tower designed by Shoji Ohata, features a spherical clock with three faces which chimes at 8:15am every day to mark the time of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The Peace Clock Tower stands above most of the tree line in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.

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    Pond of Peace

    Pond of Peace is part of the center piece of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. The Pond of Peace surrounds the Cenotaph for A-bomb Victims and the Flame of Peace.

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    O-Shakushi is the World’s Largest Wooden Rice Scoop, which is 7.7 meters long, 2.7 meters wide, weighs 2.5 tons and is made from 270 year old zelkova tree. Miyajima is famous for its quality wooden rice scoops, which are basically a household essential in Japan. O-Shakushi was created to celebrate Read more [...]

  • Kiezu-no-hi

    Kiezu-no-hi (The eternal flame) is one of Mt Misen’s seven wonders. The holy fire which Kobo Daishi used as part of his religious training is burning now even after about 1200 years in Reikado Hall. It is said that the holy water boiled by Kiezu-no-hi works for all sorts of Read more [...]

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    Information and Rest House

    Information and Rest House was originally the Taishoya Kimono Shop, but had been taken over by the Hiroshima Fuel Rationing Union in 1944. Even though the Information and Rest House building was so close to the hypocenter of the explosion, the solid design of the building and the few openings Read more [...]