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Inside Background
Hiroshima’s modern culture has been shaped, in very large part, by the atomic...
Last edited: December 02, 2006
Hiroshima was founded in 1589 by Mori Motonari as the capital of his kingdom...
Last edited: September 05, 2006
There are eight districts, or ku, in Hiroshima. Asaminami is the largest, with...
Last edited: December 02, 2006
Inside Transportation
The closest large airport is the Hiroshima Airport in Mihara, which is the...
Last edited: December 02, 2006
Bus and Train  There are several bus services that travel around the Chugoku...
Last edited: December 02, 2006
Inside Things to Do
If you are in Hiroshima on August 6, be prepared for many events dedicated to...
Last edited: October 08, 2009
The most well known museum in Hiroshima is the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park...
Last edited: December 04, 2006
The most famous professional sports team in the city is the Hiroshima Toyo...
Last edited: December 04, 2006
Those who have never been to Hiroshima before will want to brush up on their...
Last edited: September 06, 2006
The nightlife in Hiroshima is not as good as many other large Japanese cities...
Last edited: July 17, 2009
This is obviously a must to visit when in Hiroshima.  It is being preserved for...
Last edited: May 01, 2008
Inside Dining Scene
Chamonix Mont Blanc (Hiroshima) One of Hiroshima's oldest restaurants, this...
Last edited: August 14, 2009
Inside Japan: For Foreign Visitors
Japan is a cash society.  Luckily, it is the safest country in the world so...
Last edited: July 03, 2014
Police: dial 110 Fire / Ambulance: dial 119 Japan Helpline: 0120 461 997 toll...
Last edited: June 15, 2006
Hello: Kon-nichi-wa(stan... Japanese) or Maido(=My-dough) (Osaka dialect...
Last edited: December 27, 2013
Telephone numbers in Japan consist of three parts, for example, (03...
Last edited: February 16, 2011
Tipping at ryokan (Japanese-style inn) Tipping is rarely seen in...
Last edited: May 20, 2012
Random Observations from a Estatic First Time Traveller to Japan in October...
Last edited: October 27, 2013
Just so you'll know and won't be disconcerted when you first come to Japan...
Last edited: July 31, 2007
Onsens are public baths with water sourced from the hot springs that can be...
Last edited: July 22, 2008
Rail travel in Japan is daunting. The stations can be hectic places with...
Last edited: April 04, 2014
MOBILE INTERNET  Osaka Tourist Guide now provides FREE WI-FI for Osaka's...
Last edited: July 21, 2014