My friend and I went here to experience a Japanese garden, it's a beautiful garden but it was full of tourists so sometimes tricky to take good photos. Also, I came across a snake on the side of the path, and there are a lot...More
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It is not bad for a first time visitor for a Japanese Garden. There are a few good scenic spots but generally it is not as adorable as the likes of Kourakuen at Okayama, Suizenji Jojuen at Kumamoto and Ritsurin Garden and Takamatsu. Offer a...More
Definitely one of my favourite spots. This entire garden is perfect. You can look at the foliage during fall or even the flowers in spring. I spent my time walking around and taking everything in. I sat on some wonderful wooden benches and just watched...More
About a 20 minute walk from Hiroshima Castle to this beautiful Japanese garden. Completely rebuilt after the war. I have been to many Japanese gardens in Japan and I find ths to be one of the most interesting and beautiful, right in the heart of...More
Close to the memorial park and the castle. Beautifully layed out and tended with a nice tea house/shop. Well worth a visit.
Right in the city this tranquil park with intimate lakes and bridges is dominated by modern buildings on the skyline. You can visit the 200 year old Ginkgo tree that survived the A bomb.
We visited this garden on our last morning in Hiroshima before flying back to Australia. Talk about saving the best until last! This small, but perfectly formed garden is tucked in amongst shops, schools and apartment buildings and it is truly an oasis. The lake...More