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All reviews observation deck top floor glass wall origami crane paper crane between floors artificial grass great fun atomic bomb dome interactive screens taking photographs re entry eye view spiral slope fun activities origami paper super friendly staff
Tip: get a hand stamp on your way out for re-entry for that day. If you visit during the day make sure you come back in the evening for the sunset and night views. Also, as other travelers mentioned, present your passport to get a...More
This rooftop is awesome. We can see all the memorial park and the Dome but we can also have a 360 view of Hiroshima. The atmosphere is magic in this place, soft light and nice music help you to relax and enjoying the view
Had I not been a foreign visitor, I would have probably baulked at the admission price (Y1,700). Even the heavily discounted admission for foreigners (Y1,000 on production of passport) is a little pricey, but in retrospect, I think the pricing structure is just about right;...More
Did not expect too much cuz I thought this might me an overpriced tourist thing, but the atmosphere, views, the origami experience and esp the super friendly staff proved me wrong.
It’s definitely worth the 1000 yen per adult
Highly recommended. Not your typical city observatory tower. I usually skip the city towers when i visit a new place but so glad i made it to this one. First d design of the observatory deck is one of its kind, n it overlooks the...More
Not a bad little spot, pretty much across the road from the Atomic Dome. While not a huge observation deck in terms of height you can still get some nice views of Hiroshima.
This would be a great spot to take kids. There is an...More
We originally went to the tower just for the view, but it is so much more. We learnt about the A bomb attacks, made origami cranes which we dropped into a shute, sat on grass steps having an iced tea with a stunning view, then...More