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This region of Hiroshima is populated by about 1,100,000 locals.
Hiroshima lies 17 miles away from Higashihiroshima, and 420 miles away from Tokyo, the national capital.
Hiroshima Castle and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park are superb attractions that are known across the globe.
Keen to spend some quality time with the little ones? The Hiroshima Children's Museum and Library and Miroku no sato are sure to be tons of fun.
Entering Miyajima Aquarium is like being dropped into the depths of the sea, but without having to use a wet suit! Here you'll happen upon all kinds of fascinating aquatic life.
Treat yourself to the different sights, sounds and smells of the majestic animal kingdom at the Asa Zoological Park and the Fukuyama City Zoo. With a focus on conservation, education and fun, it's certain to be an enjoyable day out for everyone!
If talking about combinations of yeast and malt is your thing, then Hiroshima most definitely has you covered. Put your skills to the test with the latest drop as you find out about the brewing techniques they employ at the Kamoizumi Sake Brewery. After that, when you're keen to trial the next style, head over to the Kamotsuru Sake Brewery.
Botany experts and amateurs alike will be happy to find out about this area's local and international plant collections. For a flower-filled day, start off with a wander around the beautiful beds at the Innoshima Flower Center. Afterwards, head on over to the Fukuyama Gardening Center, where the vast array of species alone will be sure to thrill you. For those travellers who are more committed, the Hiroshima Shokubutsu Park and the Yoshimizuen Garden also have some delightful floral displays.
The Shukkeien and Momijidani Park are the perfect places to get a bit of sun, go for a picnic or just sit and people-watch. Alternatively, spend the day outside at Hijiyama Garden or Nagasako Park.
There's something amazing about the feeling of the surrounding air when you stand near the base of a glimmering cascade such as Imosenotaki Falls or Shiraito Falls.
Slip on some comfortable walking shoes and gear up for an adventure. There are numerous nature reserves in this area that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The fresh, clean air and natural surroundings at Mount Noro and Sensui-jima are as energising as it gets. For those who haven't completely recharged, Mt. Shirataki and Mt. Fudekage Observatory are two more worth experiencing.
Whether you want to build your knowledge or just unwind in the calm setting, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the Hiroshima Museum of Art should do the job. Remember to look into special events! Museum nerds also need to check out the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art and the Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims.
Ship construction and navigation techniques have played a massive part in shaping many nations throughout the world. To find out more about the maritime history of the area, pull out your map and mark a cross on the JMSDF Kure Museum.
In a place that's brimming with terrific art collections, the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of Art and the Woodone Museum of Art stand out from the bunch. More unique paintings and inventive sculptures await you at the Hirayama Ikuo Museum of Art and the Izumi Museum of Art.
Take a journey back through time and uncover the events and people that have contributed to this region at the Museum of History and Folklore and the Miyajima History Folk Museum. For even more insight into the past, also plan an excursion to the Irohamaru Exhibition Building and the Tomonoura Museum of History and Folklore.
A trip to Hiroshima has you spoilt for choice when it comes to historic sights. You're sure to get a deeper awareness of this destination's past at the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims. If that's not enough to satisfy the history buff in you, also check out Innoshima Suigun Castle and Shiga Naoya Former House.
Learn more about the region's cultural beliefs at Itsukushima Shrine and Memorial Cathedral for World Peace. The Fudoin Temple and the Daisho-in are also key pieces of the city's religious identity.
You might think you've done it all after seeing Hiroshima's most well-known sights, but don't get on that plane just yet. There are still a few surprises left. Why not head over to the Manga Library-Museum and the Mt. Senkoji Ropeway? Kagura Monzen Tojimura and Machiya Street are two more places you should consider.