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1-10 Funairi-machi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, 730-0841, Japan
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one of the entrances to Hiroshima Castleone of the entrances to Hiroshima Castle

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Travel Tips for Hiroshima

For 300 years until the Meiji...

by ErnieGal

For 300 years until the Meiji Restoration, Iwakuni flourished as a castle town. Today the Iwakuni Castle, originally built by feudal lord Hiroie Kikkawa in 1600, overlooks the graceful Kintai Bridge constructed 73 years later. Atyphoon swept the Kintai away in 1950, but its replica still stands; beautifully constructed of five wooden arches on stone pillars, in sight of Mr. Shiroyama. At this site, some 3000 cherry trees bloom every year, and the anual Kintai Bridge Festival is morant fishing is enjoyed at the Kintai Bridge. Besides its natural beauty, Iwakuni is a town rich in history.
The kikko Park formerly the residence of feudal lord Kikkawa and his family, serves as a public park. The city has 60 temples, including Dosenji which has a 300-year-old plum tree that blossoms splendidly in spring. The city has a long history and several houses have been maintained in their original appearance to conjure up image of bygone days.

A Bomb Done

by ClareyD

At the north end of the Hiroshima peace park is the earie A Bomb Dome that is the only building still standing today as a memorial of the 6th August 1945. The building has been maintained in the same state for 60 years.

The Peace Park, beautifully...

by luciano

The Peace Park, beautifully designed, includes several sites: the Atomic Dome, the Children's Peace Monument, the Eternal Flame, the Peace Bell, and a monument at the exact point where the bomb blasted (picture).

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by GrumpyDiver

"The A-Bomb Dome"

The A-Bomb Dome is a UNSECO World Heritage site and is the only structure that remains from the A-Bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima. Almost directly below the blast, the building survived and has been incorporated into the International Peace Park

"International Peace Park"

The park, Children's Memorial and Museum as well as the A-Bomb Dome are a major tourist site in Hiroshima

"Proof - not much to see in Hiroshima"

Other than the Peace Park and the monuments and museum in it, there really is not much of historical value left to visit in the core areas of Hiroshima.

Spending more than 3 or 4 hours here is really pushing it.

The site is right downtown and as you can see, there are tall buildings all around the memorial itself.

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by vic&michael

"Make 1000 Paper Cranes to wish for World Peace"

Students from Japan and all around the world now make 1000 paper cranes and bring them to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park to pray for world peace.

"Primary School Children visit Hiroshima"

"A Bit of New Zealand in Hiroshima"

I came across this poster in the Hiroshima paper crane 'archives'. It's made entirely out of paper cranes! But what I liked, was that it was a bit of my country in Hiroshima, also wishing for world peace.

"The Original Paper Cranes of Hiroshima"

Sadako was 12 years old when she died of Leukemia due to the radiation from the atomic bomb. While in hospital, she attempted to fold 1000 paper cranes so that her wish to be healed would be granted. She only folded around 650 cranes. So now, many people fold 1000 cranes and wish for world peace and that we will never see another atomic bomb dropped on a city again.

"Mother Sheltering Children From Atomic Blast"

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