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Gourmet, culture, history and more! Hiroshima

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  • Atomic Bomb Dome
    As a symbol of the vow to pursue the abolition of nuclear weapons and enduring peace,the A-bomb Dome was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996.
    Hiroshima Castle
    The castle was constructed in 1589, but destroyed in the atomic bombing. Reconstructed in 1958, the interior of the castle is now a museum focusing on samurai culture.
    Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum
    Approximately 4,000 works of art relating to Hiroshima, Japanese and Asian art and craftwork, and fine arts of the 1920s and 1930s are currently housed and exhibited in this museum.
    Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
    Excellent works demonstrating the relationship between Hiroshima and contemporary arts, have been collected and exhibited.
  • Peace Memorial Park
    A park containing many monuments with the hope of realizing world peace.
    Shukkeien
    Nagaakira Asano, Lord of Hiroshima Domain, created the garden in 1620 as part of his villa. The garden was designated as a place of scenic beauty in 1940.
    Hiroshima Museum of Art
    The collection consists of about 300 modern French and Japanese artworks. The exhibits in the main gallery are modern French paintings for example Monet,van Gogh and Picasso.
Miyajima
The World Heritage Site famous for the large Torii jutting out of the sea. About 40 minutes from Hiroshima Station by train and ferry.

Information and important points

How to receive your Meipurupu
Your driver will give you your Meipurupu one-day ticket when you board a WILLER EXPRESS highway bus.
How to use a Meipurupu
Board the loop bus from the middle door, and when you want to get off, press the "get off" button. When getting off, show your one-day pass.
The one-day Meipurupu pass is only valid the day you start using it. It cannot be used on subsequent days.
This ticket is only valid on Hiroshima sightseeing loop buses. It may not be used for Hiroshima Electric Railway or other buses.

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