All Attractions in Hiroshima

Hiroshima Attractions

Hiroshima attractions including Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome), Hiroshima Castle, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Shukkeien Garden, Okonomi Village, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum and Ueno Park Shobara. There are also the attractions in the nearby island of Miyajima including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Itsukushima Shrine. Our guide includes the best gardens, temples, shrines, observation decks, museums and art galleries. Our guide  includes the Top Ten Hiroshima Attractions as voted by our readers.

We have organised our guide to Hiroshima Tourist Attractions into categories to make it easy to find what you are looking for, plus there is a map of the attractions.

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    Hiroshima Peace Memorial

    Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Domu) is commonly referred to as the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome. Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a memorial to those who died as a result of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima at the end of World War II. Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a UNESCO World Heritage Site read more

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    Shukkeien Garden

    Shukkeien Garden Hiroshima sometimes known as Bridges in Shukkeien is one of the great Japanese gardens. Skukkeien Garden is also significant for its roll in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

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    Okonomi Village

    Okonomi Village contains 26 okonomiyaki eateries. Okonomiyaki is a savoury pancake made mainly from flour, potato and egg. Additional ingredients include cabbage, pork and sometimes cheese, squid or octopus. Okonomiyaki in the Hiroshima Prefecture region is different to the more common Okonomiyaki which comes from Osaka Prefecture. Hiroshima Prefecture Okonomiyaki read more

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    Hiroshima Castle

    Hiroshima Castle is flatland style Japanese castle in Hiroshima city. Mori Terumoto ordered the construction Hiroshima Castle in 1589 and it was completed in 1591. Hiroshima Castle featured three concentric moats plus additional protection was provided by Hongawa River (called Otagawa River at the time). The original Hiroshima Castle was read more

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    Hiroshima Museum of Art

    Hiroshima Museum of Art was established in 1978 by Hiroshima Bank in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of its foundation. Hiroshima Museum of Art exhibits about 90 works of Modern European paintings and 90 works of Modern Japanese paintings plus special exhibitions from time to time. The Hiroshima Museum of read more

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    Cenotaph for A-bomb Victims

    Cenotaph for A-bomb Victims is near the center of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and saddle-shaped monument formed out of concrete that covers a cenotaph holding the names of all of the people killed by the bomb. The Cenotaph for A-bomb Victims follows a traditional Shinto style, with the arch read more