Explore the Atomic Bomb Dome and enjoy a relaxing walk through a beautiful Japanese garden
The first city that suffered from the atomic bomb. This is the perfect place to think about our future, to share one world with love and peace.
Visit the Atomic Bomb Dome and feel how furious the blast was.
With your tour guide's explanation, you will learn episodes or messages of each monument in the peace park, which otherwise you will just pass without knowing anything about them. Seeing and knowing what happened in Hiroshima will give us a good inspiration to make a better world.
Shukkei-en Japanese garden is a beautiful garden built by a Daimyo (or samurai) who ruled over Hiroshima in the 17th century. As the name of this garden shows, 'miniature scenery garden' in English, you can view different beautiful sceneries from different view points. Enjoy Japanese beauty in a relaxing walk.
You will visit
*Atomic Bomb Dome
*Ground zero (hypocenter)
*Some monuments in peace park
*Peace memorial museum
*Shukkei-en Japanese garden
This is a basic itinerary. I can customize it if you have any special request. Please feel free to contact me.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel in Hiroshima, Hiroshima station or the cruise ship port in Hiroshima.
End location: Your hotel in Hiroshima, Hiroshima station, cruise ship port in Hiroshima or any suitable location in downtown Hiroshima.
Duration: 5 hours
Public transportation and walking
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1500 JPY - *1000 JPY: public transportation
*200 JPY: admission to peace museum
*300 JPY: admission to Japanese garden
This is the estimated cost per adult.
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
I am not a driver guide, but I can arrange transportation upon request.
Please be insured during my tour.
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Keiko was amazing. You not only have a knowledgeable tour guide, you also make a genuine friend. After the tour she took us for karaoke and local cuisine. A memorable experience to say the least. I highly reccomend keiko for your tours.