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Hiroshima's Innoshima Suigun Castle
Pirate's lair on an island in the Seto Inland Sea
Innoshima Suigun-jo is a 'pirate's' castle on an island in the Seto Inland Sea, Hiroshima Prefecture.
The Moving Streetcar Museum of Hiroshima
Taking a ride through history
Discover the beauty of Hiroshima's tram network with its variety of trams spanning several decades – earning it the nickname the 'Moving Museum' of Hiroshima.
Another article extracted from “Revolutions”. A visit to Hiroshima.
Cat Alley In Onomichi
Explore sloping streets through art, cafes and museums
Neko no Hosomichi or Cat Alley in Onomichi is hidden away between the sloping streets that wind around the town. It connects art, the town, people and greenery into one unique experience that you will not forget.
Hiking Mt. Misen in Miyajima Island
Come for the heritage, stay for the view
Mt. Misen is the highest place on Miyajima Island and on a clear day provides breathtaking views of the Seto Inland Sea. Breathtaking because of the deep blue undertones of the sea in contrast to the vibrant greenery of the mountains but also from the heavy breathing experienced once you are at the top.
An Evening in Hiroshima
Sunset views of the Atomic Bomb Dome
Views of the A-Bomb Dome in Hiroshima on the evening of a beautiful sunset
See Itsukushima Shrine and the floating red torii gate
Miyajima is famous for its o-torii but the island has a long history tied to Japan and is a deep part of Japanese culture and history
Mystical Miyajima
Enchantment at Daisho-in Temple
A short extract based on a day at Miyajima taken from "Revolutions: Wandering and wondering on a sabbatical year".
Momiji Cakes in Miyajima
Maple-leaf shaped desserts on a sacred island
In regards to cuisine and local foods, Miyajima Island is most famous for its "Momiji" flavored and decorated desserts.
Hiroshima Orizuru Tower
A beautiful observation deck overlooking Hiroshima
Situated right next to the world famous Peace Park, Mazda Tower’s recently opened Orizuru Tower and is the newest attraction to Hiroshima. While the majority of the building’s twelve floors are office spaces, the first and top two floors are geared for tourists. A new way to view Hiroshima, the Peace Park, and A-Bomb Dome, Orizuru Tower is a must-see destination.
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