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This modern city on Japan’s Honshu Island beckons, rich in the natural beauty that characterizes Japan’s landscapes and most famous for the world heritage site it protects: The A-Bomb Dome is the most infamous and symbolic attraction on any Hiroshima tour. Decades later, this dome serves as a reminder of a strength to endure. The Shukkeien gardens will leave you in awe, created 400 years ago and still flourishing, it boasts traditional tea ceremonies, a bamboo forest and Yozakura (night cherry blossom viewing). Visiting Hiroshima offers much more than just the site that once destroyed it, from the magnificently-restored Hiroshima castle, concealing treasures of the samurai lords, to Japanese tea houses - you won’t be left wanting for things to do in Hiroshima.
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Whether you have a full day, half a day, or just three hours, experience the best things to do in Hiroshima on a private tour with City Unscripted. Led by a local guide who’s already uncovered every inch of their city, our personalized tours of Hiroshima let you explore Japan’s historic symbol of strength beyond its devastating past, revealing a city that’s so much more than its museums and memorials. To get a full picture of the friendly, vibrant Hiroshima of today is to see it through the eyes of someone who lives here, and on a walking tour with a local guide, you’ll experience the sides of the city that reflect the local lifestyle. A private tour of Hiroshima lets you explore incredible locations like the trendy Hondori shopping arcade, 400-year-old Shukkei-en garden, and Hiroshima Castle – home to precious treasures once belonging to samurai lords. Private tours in Hiroshima with City Unscripted effortlessly open the city up for exploration in ways a guidebook never could. With our wide range of city tours of Hiroshima, you’ll be able to appreciate both present-day Hiroshima’s thriving cosmopolitan community and the difficulties its people have overcome to get here.