The Hiroshima Peace Park (known as Heiwakinen in Japanese) is the first place most visitors to the city aim for when they arrive. Whether you're making an intercity day trip or intend to base yourself in Hiroshima for a few days you're unlikely to come to town
Japan's Nakasendo Walk. photo by Kevin Kelly. more photos here: https://plus.google.com/photos/+KevinKelly/albums/6079085228418710065 || specifically, this section of the Nakasendo Walk is in Narai-juku (奈良井 | http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e6080.html | http://www.naraijuku.com/ ) w/c is one of many small villages in the Kiso Valley (木曽路 | http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e6075.html ). This path was used for many years to link Osaka/Kyoto w/ Edo (currently Tokyo).
Hiroshima, known as the microcosm of Japan, is one of the few rare prefectures where you can experience a unique climate and geography. There are also many famous tourist attractions in Hiroshima. Here are 9 such spots!