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Hiroshima: World Heritage Sightseeing Bus Tour with Lunch

1. Hiroshima: World Heritage Sightseeing Bus Tour with Lunch

Embark the bus in the morning at Hiroshima Station and head towards Hiroshima Castle. Pass by the re-built castle and be inspired by its beauty.  Arrive at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and visit the Atomic Bomb Dome. Explore this world heritage site following a visit to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.  Pass by the former Army Clothing Depot and listen to the background stories coming from the audio guide.  Leaving Hiroshima on a high-speed boat you can marvel at the Seto Inland Sea coastline, Miyajima Port and Miyajima. Depending on the traffic you will have some free time in Miyajima. Enjoy your time and visit Itsukushima Shrine or watch the floating gate. If you are lucky you might be able to walk through it.  Get up close to friendly deer which were considered sacred messengers from the gods.  You will be back at Hiroshima Station in the afternoon around 4:30 PM.

Hiroshima: Private, All-Inclusive Food and Culture Immersion

2. Hiroshima: Private, All-Inclusive Food and Culture Immersion

Dive into the best of Hiroshima's food and casual nightlife scene. See the way locals enjoy a night out on the town and get a feel for the delicious food in the area. You're sure to have fun as you learn about Hiroshima and meet some interesting local personalities along the way.  Enjoy up to three alcoholic drinks included with this tour. Alternatively, non-alcoholic options are available as well. But the main event is the food. Enjoy dish after dish of deliciousness. Fresh seafood, tempura, grilled items, steamed items, slow-simmered items, and more. You're sure to try something new and exciting on this culinary adventure.  At least ten different dishes will be served over the course of the evening. If you've got eating restrictions or preferences, the local partner will do their best to accommodate these, so just let them know. The three restaurant stops will all or partially be 'tachinomi,' which is a place where you stand at a counter or table and socialize, all the while enjoying small plates of food, tapas style. Usually at least one stop is seated, but you'll likely spend less than 30 minutes at each stop, keeping the night fresh and exciting. By the end of the night, you'll feel like a local and will also be well versed in food, drink, and nightlife.

Kansai-Hiroshima JR & Bus Pass

3. Kansai-Hiroshima JR & Bus Pass

Explore the Kansai region, the spiritual heart of Japan which is home to some of the country's most interesting cities. Once you’ve picked up your pass, you’ll be able to ride the JR West railways and buses throughout the Kansai region down to Hiroshima.  Discover the vibrant city of Osaka and its amazing food scene. Visit the ancient temples and shrines of Kyoto. See Nara's natural beauty, try the beef in Kobe, visit Himeji castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or connect with nature in the forests and waterfalls of Wakayama. Walk the UNESCO Kumano Kodo in Kishi, admire the best dunes in Tottori, relax in the Kinosaki Onsen's hot spring, or take amazing photos in the top Japanese garden of Okayama's Korakuen.  Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site Atomic Bomb Dome and Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima by ferry. Take the road-less traveled and use the JR West bus network to see cities such as Kyoto, Shiga, Tsuruga, and Iga-Ueno.

Hiroshima: Sake Brewery Visit with Sake Hotpot Lunch

4. Hiroshima: Sake Brewery Visit with Sake Hotpot Lunch

Enjoy a visit to one of Hiroshima's premium sake breweries: Kamotsuru sake brewery. Learn more about the traditional Japanese rice wine, the sake making process, and taste 3 different sakes. Come for lunch att 11.30 AM to try out the brewery original recipe for a tasty sake hotpot.  Visit the brewery anytime during their opening hour but please make sure to come for lunch at 11:30 AM. You will  be served a simple dish, yet their original secret recipe for Sake Hotpot. This hotpot recipe was created by the office manager to nourish the brewers working in the sake brewery. Before or after the lunch, you can visit the sake brewery and taste special sake. Learn the process of sake making and enjoy tasting 3 different types. You can also buy limited edition sake at the brewery shop that are only sold here.

Hiroshima: Best of Hiroshima Food Tour

5. Hiroshima: Best of Hiroshima Food Tour

Start the tour near the famous Peace Park, and follow your guide through the streets and shopping arcades of downtown Hiroshima. Whilst many people know the history of Hiroshima, enjoy this illuminating opportunity to meet local people and visit off-the-beaten-track hidden gems.  As you stroll, gain an understanding of how Hiroshima's commitment to peace around the world has made it one of the friendliest cities in Japan. See how people genuinely want to share their stories, welcome you to their city and share with you, not just the history, but what the city has become and how they look toward the future. Experience local hospitality and try the dishes this city has become famous for across Japan. Take the opportunity to try classic Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki, local snacks, and spicy tsukemen that will delight ramen lovers everywhere. After this, visit a classic “village-inside-a-building” to sample some teppanyaki yumminess. Finally, finish up with a surprising old-meets-new dessert stop.

Hiroshima: Guided Minochi River Trekking Experience

6. Hiroshima: Guided Minochi River Trekking Experience

One hour out from world landmarks such as Miyajima and the Atomic Bomb Dome, there awaits a grand journey along Yuki’s gorgeous rivers. Come check out all of the wildlife in and around the Minochi River, Japan’s 2nd best place to catch delicious sweetfish. The upstream Minochi River awaits you for a great adventure. Going against the current farther upstream, we go down the “natural” slider and dive in from XXX high!? This is a journey to find a side of yourself which you never knew you had! Along with experiences that’ll no doubt sate your appetite for adventure, you can also enjoy the peace of nature, as well as learn about viewpoints from SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) to build a better tomorrow.

Hiroshima: Itsukushima Shrine Sea Kayaking Experience

7. Hiroshima: Itsukushima Shrine Sea Kayaking Experience

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Itsukushima Shrine on a sea kayaking excursion. With its ‘floating’ torii gate, the shrine is one of Japan’s most photographed landmarks. Your friendly guide will explain how to use the equipment. Take some time to practice moving forward and backward, stopping, and turning the kayak by yourself. Next paddle out into the sea. Get up close to the Itsukushima Shrine to admire the site from a unique perspective. You can take photos with the torii gate in the background, before heading back to the beach. Full instruction will be provided, making this activity suitable for complete beginners as well as for those with previous experience of kayaking.

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