Spend a full day in Hiroshima and Miyajima on a guided tour. Visit World UNESCO Heritage sites, and discover the beauty of nature on Miyajima Island. Sample, delicious local cuisines such as famous Hiroshima-style "okonomiyaki" and "momiji manju" sweets Miyajima Island.
*For Hiroshima one-day private shore excursion, we will meet you at Hiroshima Port and head towards the pier of Miyajima to start the tour. Please visit the Hiroshima shore excursion page.
Hiroshima City and Miyajima Island offer plenty to see and do with their rich historical, cultural, and natural heritage. Embark on a one-day adventure with our friendly, experienced guide, and discover how particular this part of Japan is.
Meet your guide either at your Hiroshima accommodation or Hiroshima Station and head for Miyajima Island via public transportation and ferry. Visit the famous Itsukushima Shrine, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, and the nearby vermillion torii gate. Have lunch on Miyajima Island, check out the lovely, quaint local shops and return to Hiroshima city. In the afternoon, visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial – the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. Wrap up the day in the city to discover local flavors and learn more about the area from your guide on an evening stroll.
If you wish, ask your guide to take you to places outside the outlined itinerary and have this one-day tour further tailored to your travel needs.
The meeting point will be decided closer to the tour date (participants' accommodation or Hiroshima Station).
2-37 Matsubaracho, Minami-Ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima 732-0822
*For Hiroshima one-day private shore excursion, we will meet you at Hiroshima Port and head towards the pier of Miyajima to start the tour.
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