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Showplace and special product around Hotel FLEX

  • Itsukushima Shrine

    Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, a world cultural heritage site, is like floating on the sea at high tide with its vermilion-lacquered shrine building. Together with the shrine and 'Ohtorii' gate, the surroundings engender a graceful world.

  • Momiji Manju

    It is a popular product from Miyajima Island known as a display of the autumn tinted leaves, and one of the typical souvenirs of Hiroshima. There are some stores and facilities where visitors to the island can learn about its manufacturing process, and have some hands-on experience in making the cake, too.

  • Miyajima Island

    Miyajima Island is one of the three most scenic spots in Japan, along with Matsushima and Amanohashidate. The entire island is covered with greenery and is rich in nature, with many wild deer roaming freely. There are many tourist spots including Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, the red maple leaves and so on.

  • Oyster

    A fresh, delicious oyster that was nurtured by the Seto Inland Sea is a natural feature of winter, and a famous specialty product of Hiroshima. The natural minerals contained are abundant.

  • Atomatic Bomb Dome

    The A-bomb dome was designated as a world cultural heritage site in December 1996. Its appearance as a symbol of permanent peace appeals to the world for the importance of peace.

  • Anago

    Anago, captured in abundance in the Ono strait of the Seto Inland Sea is famous when prepared as 'anago meshi' or a freshly steamed rice dish with the conger eel split and broiled in soy sauce on top. The conger eel is also popular as a lunch box ingredient sold at JR stations around Hiroshima.

  • Peace Memorial Park

    In order not to weather the historical event of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the Peace Memorial Park was constructed to pray and appeal for permanent peace. It is also the venue holding the Peace Memorial Ceremony every year.

  • Okonomiyaki

    Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki is grilled on a hot plate with some vegetables such as cabbage, bean sprouts etc. laid on its thinly extended crust, then some noodles and an egg are added. This voluminous dish is too delicious for you to resist!

  • Hiroshima Castle

    Mori Terumoto fortified this castle in 1589. The castle also goes by the alias, the 'Carp Castle'. The castle collapsed at the time of the atomic bombing. The rebuilt castle tower is now used as a historical museum.

  • Kagura

    Kagura, sacred Shinto music and dancing as public entertainment, is said to have been established in the Heian era. There is a Kagura festival and competition in the town of Yoshiwa-cho every spring, where you can enjoy splendid dancing accompanied by music.

  • Shukkeien

    The garden was built as the detached residence garden of the feudal lord Asano Nagaakira of the Hiroshima Domain. The designer and architect was Ueda Soko, a master of the tea ceremony and the principal retainer of the Asano family at that time. It is a showplace of flowers, and you can enjoy the subtle moods of the four seasons in Japan as well.

  • Shamoji

    Shamoji is a special product of Miyajima Island, and is also practically used. It is dedicated to the Shinto shrine, and taken home in order to symbolize the prosperity of business, the well-being of the family and victory in competitions.

  • MAZDA Museum

    The MAZDA Museum is located on the premises of the Headquarters of the Mazda Motor Corporation in Hiroshima. You can visit the facility as a sightseeing spot. It is a museum where you can enjoy yourself with exhibitions of the newest Mazda models, their history and technology, and the rotary engines. The museum is really worth visiting!

  • Kumano Fude

    The Kumano Fude company boasts the number one production share of the whole country. The brushes are hand-made one by one. Besides the brushes being used for calligraphy, brushes for cosmetics and make-up are also being produced, and have become popular in recent years.

  • Yamato Museum

    The history of Kure, the introduction of science and technology for shipbuilding and steel making, etc. the 1/10 size replica of the famous battleship 'Yamato' and its salvaged goods have all been exhibited. You will feel the importance of peace and learn of the development of science and technology.

  • Streetcar

    The streetcar running through the urban area in Hiroshima is an important means of transport for Hiroshima citizens, and tourists alike. The unified fare of 150 yen per adult for the city line is very reasonable given how far you can go. (However, the charge for the Miyajima line is different because of the travelling distance involved. )