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Private Hiroshima Custom Full-Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
"This is a private tour by a chartered vehicles. Using this service you can charter your vehicle Limousine Van or Bus which is most suitable for your group and visit many attractive sightseeing spots. You don't have to hurry for any other tourist. This tour is only for your group!Tour route is flexible and can be arranged upon your request.Sample Otorii gate and so on)Back to Hotel in HiroshimaPlan B (Duration: 8 hours)Pickup at the hotel in Hiroshima city Hijiyamakoen parkShukkeien gardenHiroshima castleAtomic bomb domePeace Memorial ParkAtomic Bomb MuseumMiyajima Otorii gate
From JPY57,337.00
 
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Miyajima Island Tour from Hiroshima
"Miyajima (literally 'shrine island') has been celebrated as a sacred island and one of Japan's three most scenic views. It is most famous for Itsukushima Shrine which together with its large wooden torii (gate) stands in the ocean during high tide. Deer move around the island freely and so do monkeys on top of Misen the island's highest mountain. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park was built to commemorate the dropping of the atomic bomb over Hiroshima on August 6 1945 and to promote a peaceful world. It is located in the area around the atomic explosion's epicenter
From JPY15,400.00
 
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Miyajima Island Tour from Kyoto
"This 12-hour tour begins with morning pickup at the New Miyako Hotel. Transfer to Kyoto Station where you’ll board the bullet train for a scenic ride to Hiroshima Station. Your guide will explain some of Hiroshima’s most fascinating historic sites as you zip along the railway. When you arrive at the station switch to another train or board a coach vehicle to travel to Miyajimaguchi where you’ll transfer to a boat bound for Miyajima known since ancient times as the Sacred Island and one of Japan’s most beautiful landscapes. Explore the island for 45 minutes
From JPY38,500.00

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Unkokuan Hermitage

Unkokuan is a small hut where the great priest, poet, and artist Sesshu once resided. After returning from China, he originally moved to Kyushu, but as he had formerly lived here in Yamaguchi, he...
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Hanchomon Gate

The Hanchomon was built in 1863. When the ruling Mori Clan moved the capital from Hagi to Yamaguchi, they had to rebuild their domain headquarters. This is the gate of those headquarters. The building...
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Umenoya Onsen

Umenoya Onsen is one of the onsen (hot springs) that make up Yuda Onsen. Although it is a hotel, they also accept day visitors to the onsen. It's nice and has both indoor and outdoor baths. I was able...
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Akama Shrine

My honest-to-goodness reason for liking Akama Shrine? Because it was red. Not that red shrines were a rare sight in Japan but my journeys had brought me to visit many shrines decked in earthly colours...
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Sky View at Kaikyo Yume Tower

Kaikyo Yume Tower--a 10-min walk from JR Shimonoseki station--is the tallest building in its vicinity and hence, you can't miss it. Pay 600 yen (adult rate) to get to the 30th floor where you can...
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Walk the Kanmon pedestrian crossing tunnel

The Kanmon pedestrian crossing tunnel was memorable as it helped me travel from Kyushu to Honshu without breaking a sweat and all within 15 mins to boot! Sounds too good to be true? Well, I entered...
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Admire the architecture of Kintaikyo bridge

Couchsurfing is a website where one offers his couch to backpackers, in hopes that others will open their doors (literally!) to him when he travels. Hence, I had the good fortune to couchsurf with a...
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Marvel at the intricate nature of Akiyoshido Cave

I had read beforehand that Akiyoshido Cave is known as the largest limestone cave in East Asia but I realised that I had underestimated its scope and majesty as I stepped into the cave itself. It was...
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Be awed by the view from Iwakuni Castle

I currently live in Kumamoto City, where one of Japan's top three castles--Kumamoto Castle--is located. Hence, while I was intrigued by how Iwakuni Castle was the only castle that was built on top of...
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Yuda Onsen, is a hot spring in Yamaguchi-city

Yuda Onsen located in Yamaguchi-city, is said that was discovered when a white fox was seen bathing its wounds here during Muromachi Period (approximately 800 years ago).There are about 50...
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If you are near the town of...

If you are near the town of Hofu then this garden which I can't as yet remember the name of, is beautiful. It's relaxing has grass (flat and green!) and ponds and is big compared to most Japanese...
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St. Xaviers Catholic Church in...

St. Xaviers Catholic Church in Yamaguchi city.If you have an interest in or are religious then attend a mass at St. Xaviers. The inside is beautiful with white walls and bright coloured stain glass...
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THese dinosaurs along with a...

THese dinosaurs along with a view over all of Hagi can be seen if you take the ropeway up the side of the hill to a look out point. There are 2 onsens on the way up, one for men one for women or you...
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Chomonkyou Gorge.

The main picture above was taken in this gorge and to date (obviously after NZ of course!) it is the most beautiful place I have ever seen. There is a couple of hour walk through the gorge which leads...
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Top Hotels in Yamaguchi

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1255-1 Ogori Shimogo, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, 754-0002, Japan
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4-1 Ogorimiyukimachi, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, 754-0001, Japan
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2-6-24 Yudaonsen, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, 753-0056, Japan
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4-1-5 Yudaonsen, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, 753-0056, Japan
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1-1 Nakagawara-cho, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, 753-0088, Japan
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7-61 Ogorikoganemachi, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, 754-0021, Japan
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