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About Hiroshima

Since the atomic blast on 6 August 1945, Hiroshima has undergone a remarkable rebirth. The Peace Memorial Park, located around the blast epicentre, has been built to commemorate the devastating explosion and to promote a peaceful world. The Atomic Bomb Dome, the city's last remaining bomb-damaged building, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Regarded as one of Japan's top three scenic views, why not visit nearby Miyajima Island, famed for its Itsukushima Shrine and floating tori monument? On our cruises to Hiroshima you can also enjoy a gentle stroll through Shukkeien, literally meaning 'shrink scenery garden', a lovely Japanese style garden originally constructed in the 17th century, making Hiroshima cruises a must.

 

 

Shore excursions in Hiroshima

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