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
10 of the best day trips from Kyoto
As much as I enjoy wandering the streets of Kyoto and immersing myself in the unique ambiance and flow of the city, it's also a very convenient base to use for exploring the mid section of Japans main island, Honshu. Kyoto has less of that big
Exploring the Hiroshima Peace Park
Take a stroll through the monuments and world heritage site of the Hiroshima Peace Park, Japan
Well-known throughout #Japan as being home to some of the country’s warmest – and most passionate – people, #Hiroshima gets kind of a bum rap in the outside world. Of course, being the first city in the history of mankind to be destroyed by an atomic bomb is quite a grim legacy. But Hiroshima is so much more than that. Quietly and consistently voted as one of the most livable cities in the country, Hiroshima is still an under-appreciated destination spot on a first-timer’s Japan bucket list!
Every International Dining Rule You Need To Know, In One Chart
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Japan's Nakasendo Walk
The Complete Itinerary: The Best of Japan in Two Weeks by Rail
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Las antiguas calles de Kyoto, Japón. Más
confundida con 列車, porque amímenseñaron que tren normal es 電車 y así lo vi mucho en Japón. Ha de tratarse de un tipo especial de tren. En el dibujo parece 新幹線 pero no lo menciona.