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Holidays to Hiroshima & Miyajima with If Only

Despite an infamous past, Hiroshima has risen once more to prove its status as a vibrant city, with historically important structures, serene parks, and a bustling shopping and dining scene. Picturesque islands such as UNESCO recognised Miyajima add a different dimension, and are easily accessible, just an hour away. That’s not to say the events of 1945 have been forgotten, far from it, with significant areas transformed into popular places of peace and reflection.

 

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Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel

Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel

Hiroshima & Miyajima, Japan

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Unwind on a city centre stay with views over Hiroshima and the Seto Inland Sea

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History lovers will be in their element with a tour of Hiroshima’s sites which span hundreds of years from the prosperous Heian period to the 20th century

Peace Memorial Park

Post World War II it was decided not to reconstruct Hiroshima’s centre, but in its place to create this moving tribute to the atomic bomb victims. It’s a site dedicated to world peace with fascinating museum, lawns, walkways and the UNESCO World Heritage A-Bomb Dome, one of the few buildings to remain standing throughout.

Peace Memorial Park
Historic sites

Historic sites

For stunning harbour views, climb to the top of Hiroshima Castle, reconstructed in its original feudal style. It also houses a museum with a tremendous collection of Japanese swords. Or visit Shukkeien Garden dating from 1620, a serene oasis of Japan’s traditional style with bridges, streams, forests and valleys set out in miniature form.

Miyajima Island

A ferry ride from Hiroshima, Miyajima is home to herds of wild deer, colourful forests and cool valleys. Itsukushima Shrine, a place of Shinto worship for centuries, forms one of Japan most iconic views, its torii gate seeming to float on water at high tide. Visitors can enjoy the illuminated shrine by night on a bay cruise before retiring to a traditional Japanese ryokan.

Miyajima Island