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Cruises visiting Hiroshima & all Hiroshima cruises for  2020

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The capital of the prefecture of the same name, Hiroshima, situated at the centre of the Chugoku region in western Honshu – Japan’s largest island – is possibly best known for being the first city in history to be destroyed by a nuclear weapon. Today, though, it is a modern cosmopolitan city with wide boulevards and criss-crossing rivers. Many of the famous attractions are connected to the horrific split second of the bomb blast on August 6, 1945, and are truly well worth visiting. Today, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park commemorates the 1945 event. On site is Genbaku Dome, the surviving portion of a structure that crumbled in the explosion.

Other fascinating places to see are the Hiroshima Art Galleries, the Shukkeien Garden, the Kannon Marina, the Culture and Science Museum for children, the Asa Zoological Park and the Hiroshima Castle, to name but a few. There are also trips to visit the abundant beauty of several National Parks such as the Setonaikai National Park. If possible, visit Miyajima Island where the Itsuku-shima-jinja Shrine, one of the three most beautiful sights in Japan, is located. The island is a truly cultural property with the Mitaki-dera Temple and the Fudo-in Temple – built in the fourteenth century – both very well worth visiting.

Only a short trip north of the city, the 14th century temple of Fudoin is another of the few structures in the area to have survived the atomic blast. The Main Hall is a free impressive sight, and both the bell tower and the two-storey gate are regarded as cultural treasures. Then there’s the Hiroshima City Transportation Museum located on the outskirts of the city. It has exhibits and interactive games about planes, trains, ships, and cars of the past, present, and future, as well as a treasure trove of details about the history and model numbers of Hiroshima's streetcars.

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