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Hiroshima

Hiroshima may be best known for the atomic bomb dropped on it on August 6, 1945, but travellers visiting the Japanese city of 1.1 million will do themselves a favour by remembering that there is more to Hiroshima than that one event.

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Reino Inn Hiroshima Peace Park

Reino Inn Hiroshima Peace Park

Great location in a nice neighbourhood very close to the memorial park. It is clean and all the facilities are good. ... more

Overall
4
Kyoubashi Ryokan

Kyoubashi Ryokan

Great location. Staff don't speak English but sign language made it all work. The room was clean, but the decor was a strange mix of (western) '70s curtains and walls, and Japanese tatami mats and cupboards - quite endearing once you got past the initial shock. ... more

Overall
4
Ryokan Chizuru

Ryokan Chizuru

We had intended a stay at a traditional Japanese Ryokan and were not disappointed. The proprietors were gracious and greeted us with a tray of tea brought to our room upon arrival. The Futons and Down Covers were comfortable and warm this chill spring night we were able to turn the heat off. ... more

Overall
1

Hiroshima Discussions

  • Japan Trip Report: Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nagoya and Hiroshima
    Just got back from 2 weeks touring Japan. I spent 1 week in Tokyo, and spent 1 weeks burning up the rails using my Japan rail pass to see the temples in Kyoto, baseball in Osaka, sumo in Nagoya and a short trip to see Hiroshima. I was a little scared in heading to Japan because a lot of what I read ...

  • Japan for 2 weeks
    Kyoto and Hiroshima were my favourites in Japan. In Kyoto in particular I really liked the northern part of the city where you could just walk arounf taking in all the traditional buildings. In Hiroshima visiting the Peace Park is quite a memorable experience. ...

  • staying chiyoda 2 weeks march 16-30
    is it worth getting a 2 week rail pass? could i travel far e.g hiroshima,osaka,kyoto,etc, and get back to tokyo in the night? how should i dress i.e smart,casual,sports jacket,? ...

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Hiroshima Blog Entries

  • Hiroshima
    I visited Hiroshima and Miyajima island in May. It was such an amazing experience for me. The city was just nothing like I expected at all. We all know what Hiroshima is very unfortunately famous ...
    Posted in Japan by jbennett

  • Hiroshima
    Well it wasn't really planned but I took the night ferry from Busan to Shimonoseki in Japan. Here I am in the "Land of the Rising Sun"!!! As soon as my feet touched the ground I took a train to Hiroshima. In the middle of the Peace Memorial Park there is a museum telling the story around the sadly ...
    Posted in Trip through Asia, from India to Japan! by ChachaInAsia

  • Hiroshima
    Hiroshima... such a beautiful city... hard to imagine 65 years ago it literally didn't exist ...
    Posted in Blair & Stacey's World Tour by ttbwarren

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Backpackers Hostel K's House Hiroshima
90 %

Backpackers Hostel K's House Hiroshima

1-8-9, Matoba-cho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima city, Japa (Map) - Hostel
This place is a 10 minute walk form Hiroshima station and easy to get to, its about a 30 minute walk from peace park and Hiroshima castle but there is also a tram line( street car) station just around
J-Hoppers Hiroshima Guesthouse
89 %

J-Hoppers Hiroshima Guesthouse

5-16, Dobashi-cho Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi (Map) - Hostel
Very clean and well organised. Pretty good location. Room was comfortable and pretty spacious. Would recommend it.
Hiroshima Hana Hostel
89 %

Hiroshima Hana Hostel

Kojinmachi 1-15 Minami-ku (Map) - Hostel
The place is really very good, close to the station, clean and the people who run it are kind and helpfull
Backpackers Miyajima
85 %

Backpackers Miyajima

1-8-11 Miyajimaguchi Hatsukaichi-shi (Map) - Hostel
Fantastic location! not for Hiroshima, ie the memorial museum, dome etc, but for Miyajima island!! the ferry is litterally on your doorstep and only a ten minute journey to such a wonderfull little is
Reino Inn Hiroshima Peace Park
84 %

Reino Inn Hiroshima Peace Park

3-7-3, Otemachi Nakaku (Map) - Hostel
Great location in a nice neighbourhood very close to the memorial park. It is clean and all the facilities are good.
Ikawa Ryokan
83 %

Ikawa Ryokan

5-11,Dobashi-cho,Naka-ku,Hiroshima-shi (Map) - Hostel
Very friendly and warm ryokan. Rooms are nice and clean. You can easily reach this ryokan by the streetcar (tram) from Hiroshima station.
Kyoubashi Ryokan
82 %

Kyoubashi Ryokan

10-15 Kyoubashichou Minami-ku (Map) - Hostel
Beutiful hotel, very firendly staff. Made me feel like home although I do not even speak a word of Japanese.
Ryokan  Sansui
82 %

Ryokan Sansui

4-16 Koamicho Naka-ku, (Map) - Hostel
Ryokan Chizuru
81 %

Ryokan Chizuru

4-12, Fukuro-machi Naka-Ku (Map) - Hostel
Lovely, traditional-style place to stay. We had a huge family room (18 tatami). Friendly, helpful owners. More written information in English about where to eat etc.
Akicafe Inn Guesthouse

Akicafe Inn Guesthouse

2-7-1F Enkobashicho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City Hiroshima Perfecture (Map) - Hostel
Hiroshima Garden Palace

Hiroshima Garden Palace

1-15 Hikari-Machi (Map) - Hostel
Hotel was modern clean, helpful staff, geared towards local weddings.
Kasuga Ryokan

Kasuga Ryokan

3-6-23 Otemachi Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi (Map) - Hostel
Minsyuku Ikedaya

Minsyuku Ikedaya

6-36 Dohashicho, Naka-ku, (Map) - Hostel