Weather in Hiroshima. Actual conditions and forecast

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More to see in Hiroshima
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is the main attraction of Hiroshima known far beyond the city. Its area is about 120 square kilometers. There are several important cultural sites at the park. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum is among them; it introduces the most important events in the history of the city. Many exhibits tell the history of the tragic bombing and show its massive consequences. Nearby is the Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall, which has been a permanent venue for various special occasions for many years. The famous Genbaku, the sight of world importance, is situated here. This beautiful building has miraculously survived the bombing. In memory of local children being victims of the bombing the Children's Peace Monument was opened. It is a beautiful monument dedicated to Sasaki Sadako, a girl who hadn’t enough time to make 1000 paper cranes due to the rapidly developing radiation sickness. The Peace Memorial Park is a must-see destination; excursions around it would take more than one day. Fans of historical sites would be interested in the Hiroshima Castle; a beautiful medieval building was completely rebuilt after the global destruction. Currently, one of the towers of the castle houses a small museum with an interesting collection of antique arms and armor. Near the castle there is the main Shinto Shrine of Hiroshima, Gokoku. Entry into its territory is free; during interesting events and holidays, rituals are held in this shrine. Another … Read further

Hiroshima guide chapters

Hiroshima sightseeing

You will need several days to inspect Asa Zoo. Even this time will be not enough and your examination will be too depthless. Ota Shukkeien Garden washed by the waters of the river and laid almost four centuries ago by Asano Nagakira will not leave anyone indifferent. Museum of Art exhibits immortal works by European and Japanese masters. Don’t forget to visit Peace Memorial Park – a place that reminds of … Open

Cultural excursion through Hiroshima - things to see

Another interesting church of the 14th century is Fudoin Temple; it is one of the few sanctuaries that have survived the bombing. The bell tower and the gate of the temple have survived in their original form; now they are of great cultural value. The Hiroshima Museum of Art invites tourists to distract from the tragic history of the city and enjoy the beauty of exquisite paintings. Its collection includes works by … Open

Attractions and active leisure

Those who want to bring back some interesting edible gifts should look into one of the many pastry shops. They sell delicious Momiji manju cakes with bean filling. Beautiful crafts made of glass and various items like chopsticks, trays of exquisite paintings, copper and amulets remain usual souvenirs. Tourists who aren’t used to end entertaining after dark have to pop into one of the local clubs or bars. The … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

Hassei is considered to be one of the best restaurants in the city; its visitors can taste all possible kinds of national foods and drinks. The name of the Okonomimura restaurant speaks for itself; popular flatbreads are cooked there in dozens of variations. The wine bar Totide Wine invites visitors to have a break from Eastern cuisine; it serves popular varieties of European wines and delicious pizza. It’s … Open

Traditions and mentality of Hiroshima

During the meal, don’t stick chopsticks upright in the rice, as it is considered one of the most common and serious errors. According to local rules of etiquette, you shouldn’t eat on the go; eating is accepted only in designated areas, restaurants or spacious terraces of many outdoor cafes. It is noteworthy that smoking is allowed in literally any place, except for enclosed spaces and public transport. … Open

Travel guide to Hiroshima

In the city, there are a lot of beautiful gardens, some of which have a status of historical attractions too. The excellent example is the wonderful Shukkei-en garden that was grown in the first half of the 17th century. After the atomic bomb explosion, the garden was literally washed away. It was restored completely only in 1951. Today, the main value of the garden is a big pond with ten artificial islands. On … Open

Climate in Japan and weather forecast - best seasons for visit

The onset of summer is not the best time to visit the country, as the rainy season is only just starting on the territory. In July, there is little precipitation, but the air temperature rises significantly. In August, it is very hot and very humid. It is therefore better to come to the beach during the last two summer months. Fans of surfing go to the Kamakura resort in the middle of summer. Excellent conditions are also created in the Ryukyu archipelago and Okinawa islands. In early August, diving fans are attracted by coral reefs located on the islands of Kerama. By the way, it is here that you can watch whales. … Open

Atmosphere of Japan: politics

According to the current Constitution of Japan, there must be a judicial authority in the country. It is headed by the Supreme Court. The chief judge is appointed personally by the Emperor. In addition, Japan has regional courts, district and local courts. It should be noted that the Constitution of the country stipulates a ban on the presence of internal armed forces. However, after the American occupation, the country was forced to create national police reserves, which eventually reorganized into the so-called Japan Self-Defense Forces. Today in the country, there are ground forces, airborne troops, and Navy officials. The forces are backed up by military equipment. In the last century, Japan and the United States signed a treaty under which America guarantees the provision of Japanese with defense in the case of a threat. In return, American military structures can be based in Japan. … Open

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