Hiroshima A Bomb Dome

Hiroshima A-Bomb Dome

The Hiroshima Peace Memorial (often called the Atomic Bomb or A-Bomb Dome) is probably the most recognised building of Hiroshima and has become a symbol…



Hiroshima is an amazing place to visit and despite being almost wiped off the map by the atomic bomb of 1945, the city has a…

Hiroshima Airport

Hiroshima Airport

The Hiroshima Airport is the largest airport in the Chūgoku region, despite this it’s probably not the preferred entry point for an international visitor to…

Hiroshima Taxis

Getting around Hiroshima

Hiroshima Station is serviced by JR West’s Shinkasen bullet train as well as a few other JR rail lines across the city. Hiroshima Station is…

Hiroshima City

About Hiroshima

Hiroshima is probably best known for the horrific events of August 6th 1945 when an Atomic bomb was exploded over the city destroying the entire…

Hiroden Streetcars

Hiroden Streetcars

Hiroshima is the only Japanese city with an extensively large streetcar system, known as the Hiroden streetcars they remains to this day as not only…

Hiroshima zoo

Asa Zoo

Hiroshima’s Asa Zoological Park is one of Japan’s better zoo’s and is really worth a visit.

Hiroshima Transport Museum

Numaji Transport Museum

The Numaji Transportation Museum (formerly the Hiroshima City Transportation Museum) is an interesting museum for all ages, not only are there plenty of exhibits of…

Hiroshima Bank Building

Hiroshima Art Museums

Hiroshima has several art museums that are well worth a visit with art ranging from the French impressions to modern contemporary.

Hiroshima Nagarekawa


Nagarekawa is Hiroshima’s answer to Osaka’s Doutonbori, once it was the hip centre for artists and writers, now it is the party district with hundreds of bars…