Address: 1-3-14 Otemachi Naka-ku , Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0051 , Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located in the Chudenmae Station area of Hiroshima, is near The Cenotaph, Mazda factory, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, and Setoda town.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Aioi Hiroshima

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

        Day 20-21: Hiroshima

        A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 07, 2015

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        Our tour of Hiroshima started at "Hiroshima Castle." It had been completely destroyed by the atomic bombing yet rebuilt entirely in 1958. Within this castle is a Samurai museum with at least 2 dozen rare swords. We ran into a few English speakers (who turned out to be Dutch) on the bus and they were also following some kind of guidebook which led them to the Castle. As we made our way up through the interesting but not mind blowing first and second floors we ...

        Homework Day

        A travel blog entry by karenkost on Feb 10, 2015

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        ... We all shared the $2.50 apple.

        We headed out to the Shukkeien Park. It was gorgeous. The kids were given fish food for the pond. There is great serenity in Japanese gardens. The kids loved it too.

        Had cheese pizza and walked to the hotel. Our final night in Japan. ...

        The Floating Temple Gate.

        A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 07, 2015

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... you can admire the spectacular 360 degree views around the island. That definitely sounded like something I would enjoy, so I walked up to the cable car station only to find that it was out of service for the next month. Feeling undeterred, I looked in my guidebook and saw that it was possible to hike to the summit. I located the start of the hike, which helpfully informed me on a sign that it was only 90 mins to the top, so I decided to tackle it. ...

        Japan - Hiroshima

        A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 07, 2014

        ... to have survived an be kept in tack within the blast zone.The structure was built by a french architecture, along with the strong engineering and the position of the building directly under the bomb itwas left well in tack.

        The museum was a pleasure to go through, with easy access to English information, and a good flow, it talked about the event and guided us through the horrific attack. They talked alot about children who were never found, the hospital that was ...

        Another Day of Travel

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 02, 2014

        6 photos

        ... and eggs. Okonomiyaki restaurants in Hiroshima use a utensil called a "Hera" to cut the okonomiyaki. A Hera looks like a small flipper. Overall I think they would be very tasty if mine hadn't tasted like fish. Although I had ordered mine with bacon, it still had a strong fish flavour as the same grill, cook's hands, and flippers were used to handle fish and also my food. They must be good though because when we left the restaurant, there was a line waiting to get ...