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Itsukushima Shrine, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, consistently ranks as one of the three best sights in Japan.
Mt. Misen is the highest mountain on the island and has been worshiped as a holy site since ancient times.
Miyajima Public Aquarium
Miyajima's newly renovated aquarium reopened in August 2011. Here you can meet the wonders under the sea around Miyajima.
Atomic Bomb Dome
The A-Bomb Dome was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. It has been preserved as a memorial to the people who lost their lives due to the first ever atomic bomb used in war.
Hiroshima Castle was originally constructed in 1589, but it was completely destroyed by the atomic bomb and was rebuilt in 1958.
Despite its location in the center of Hiroshima City, this traditional Japanese garden is suitable for meditation.
Sandankyo is a 16-km long ravine that runs along the Shibaki River. With beautiful falls, virgin forests, and a gorge, it is considered one of the five most famous ravines in Japan.
Kintaikyo is a five-arched bridge and is regarded as one of the three most beautiful bridges in Japan.