Hiroshima Flower FestivalRead Later
This festival celebrating peace, flowers, and music is held every year during Golden Week in May. The festival’s main attractions include the Flower Festival Parade, YOSAKOI dance parade, and stages where song and dance performances are held.
Hiroshima Prefecture is home to the stunning tourist spot and World Heritage Site, Miyajima. It is easily accessible with frequent ferry service available for pedestrians as well as cars.
An incredibly varied illumination show is created using National Bihoku Hillside Park’s topography and plantlife. The entirety of the park is enveloped in light, giving the sight a sense of depth and making it very popular. In addition to enjoying the themes of each area, the park features a variety of other displays as well, including the ever-popular Starlight Tree.
Ecbo Cloak is a service connecting people who want to store their luggage with shops that have space to hold it.
Luggage may be stored in multipurpose spaces inside train stations, such as cafes, hair salons and post offices. By making reservations ahead of time, you can be sure to store items that won't fit into the coin-operated lockers, such a large suitcases, baby strollers and sports equipment.
Shimanami Kaido (Nishiseto Expressway)Read Later
Shimanami Kaido, also known as the Nishiseto Expressway, connects Onomichi, Hiroshima Prefecture, and Imabari, Ehime Prefecture, via 6 islands.
Hiroshima CastleRead Later
Hiroshima Castle was built in 1589 by Mori Terumoto. A beautiful location also known as “Carp Castle,” Hiroshima Castle was once designated as a national treasure, but the original structure was destroyed by the bombing of Hiroshima. The structure has since been rebuilt and restored, and its beautiful wooden structure can be seen from outside. Inside the castle is a history museum, which primarily features samurai history.