The city of Hiroshima is a great place for trekking through dense forests and enjoying natural hot springs. Discover quaint towns like Onomichi and Tomonoura. Every year on August 6, a memorial service is held to commemorate the victims of the atomic bomb in Thousands write messages of peace on paper. The island itself was once considered so sacred that it was separated from the shrine so no one would spoil the sacred ground. This is why the entrance to the.

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We use cookies on this site to enhance your jngo experience. If you continue to browse, you accept the use of cookies on our site. See our cookies policy for more information. Use the icon on pages to add to favourites. Not the instant stuff served in Styrofoam cups, but the fresh noodles served in a bowl of rich soup stock topped with….

It is also served by domestic and international flights to Hiroshima International Airport, local trains from and highway bus services. A limousine bus from the airport takes less than hiroshiima hour to reach the city center. The island of Miyajima is home to a woodworking tradition that produces turned, hand-carved, ornamental designs. Here you will find a quintessential Japanese tool, a rice scoop, which is popular as a lucky charm that “scoops up fortune.

Made by wrapping sweet bean jam in a dough of castella sponge cake and baking it in a maple leaf-shaped mold. Momiji manju taste of wheat and honey, while the bean jam has a smooth, hirosnima sweetness.

Hiroshima serves up some of Japan’s biggest oysters, rich and briny and served raw or grilled. A true local specialty is a set meal of rice, miso hrioshima and deep-fried oysters served with tartar sauce.

This deconstructed ramen comes with the noodles and various toppings in a bowl or plate, and the soup in a separate vessel.

You dip the noodles and toppings into the piping hot soup before eating. Unlike its Osaka cousin, Hiroshima’s take on the savory pancake of sliced cabbage, flour, egg and dashi layers its ingredients rather than mixing them together. It is served on a bed of griddle-cooked noodles. A true Hiroshima comfort food. The Fukuyama koto is the only Japanese hiroshim designated as a traditional craftwork.

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These stringed musical instruments are aural and visual works of art, both inside and out.

Kumano is the brush capital of Japan, producing 80 percent of the country’s fude. Hhiroshima traditional technique once reserved for making painting and calligraphy brushes now includes luxury makeup brushes. Spring brings the cherry blossoms as well as hundreds of thousands of tulips and roses to Hirooshima. This is also the time for the Spring Gourmet Festival, and for the young rabbits on the island of Okunoushima—also known as Rabbit Island—to emerge from their burrows.

Summer festival time is here, including the Mihara Yassa Festival, a dance extravaganza, and the dazzling Miyajima Water Fireworks Festival.

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The annual memorial event at the Peace Park occurs August 6, starting in the morning and ending with a river filled with glowing paper lanterns. The leaves change, and in particular the gorges of Sandankyo and Taishakukyo are known for their fiery autumn colors. Get there before the areas close for the winter season. New Year’s celebrations enliven the temples and shrines, and thousands take biroshima ferry to Miyajima to visit Itsukushima Shrine.

Hiroshima Dreamination—a decorative illumination event set up along Peace Boulevard—lights up the city. People into for ski slopes and onsen. Share your travel photos with us by hashtagging your images with visitjapanjp. Jigokudani snow monkey park. Planning a Trip to Japan? Hiroshima’s natural draws are the Seto Inland Sea, forested mountains and pristine waters.

These are additional perks for visitors exploring jnnto prefecture’s peace connection, shrines and museums.

The city of Hiroshima is a great place for trekking through dense forests and enjoying natural hot springs. Discover quaint towns like Onomichi and Tomonoura or enjoy golden beaches, the islands of the Seto Inland Sea, and the iconic Itsukushima on Miyajima —the floating shrine with a red gate set in the sea. Hiroshima’s other World Cultural Heritage site, the Atomic Bomb Dome, and its surrounding memorial park are monuments to peace.

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Hiroshima is also famous for savory okonomiyaki pancakes, anago or saltwater eel, and other culinary delights. Hiking, cycling, ocean sports, and skiing are all popular outdoor activities.

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Hirshima Woodwork The island of Miyajima is home to a woodworking tradition that produces turned, hand-carved, ornamental designs. Momiji Manju Made by wrapping sweet bean jam in a dough of castella sponge cake and baking it in a maple leaf-shaped mold. Hiroshima Oysters Hiroshima serves up some of Japan’s biggest oysters, rich and briny and served raw or grilled.

Tsukemen This deconstructed ramen comes with the noodles and various toppings in a bowl or plate, and the soup in a separate vessel. Hiroshima Okonomiyaki Unlike its Osaka cousin, Hiroshima’s take on the savory pancake of sliced cabbage, flour, egg and dashi layers its ingredients rather than mixing them together. Fukuyama Koto The Fukuyama koto is the only Japanese instrument designated as a traditional craftwork.

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Kumano Brushes Kumano is the brush capital of Japan, producing 80 percent of the country’s fude. Spring Spring brings jnho cherry blossoms as well as hundreds of thousands of tulips and roses to Hiroshima. Autumn The leaves change, and in particular the gorges of Sandankyo and Taishakukyo are known for their fiery autumn colors.

Winter New Year’s celebrations enliven the temples and shrines, and thousands take the ferry to Miyajima to visit Itsukushima Shrine. Visitor Photos Share your travel photos with us by hashtagging your images with visitjapanjp.

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