Hiroshima: A City of Peace

Hiroshima’s iconic Atomic Dome is instantly recognizable, showing the effects and tragedy of war. Modern Hiroshima, however, has little feelings of tragedy about it.

The city is lively and fun, and one of the most welcoming to international visitors in the entire country. It’s a strange feeling.

The Peace Park and Museum are at the city center, yet Hiroshima residents cut through the park on their way to work. Among the steady stream of tourists paying their respects, the people of the city go about their day-to-day lives. The city has not forgotten its tragic past but has learned to live with it.

Hiroshima is worth spending time in, not just to give the Museum and Peace Park the attention they deserve, but to allow yourself time to reflect and recover, learning from the people of Hiroshima on how to make peace with tragedy.

Top Attractions in Hiroshima

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum - Picture
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park - A -Bomb Dome Whole
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Hiroshima - Miyajima
Miyajima Island

Hiroshima Castle - Far View
Hiroshima Castle

Shukkeien Garden - Bridge
Shukkeien Garden

Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum - Slanted Shot
Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum

Mazda Zoom Zoom Stadium - Baseball Game Night Original
Mazda Zoom Zoom Stadium

The Former Bank of Japan Hiroshima Branch
The Former Bank of Japan (Kyu-Nichi-Gin)
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