Discover the best top things to do in Chugoku, Japan including Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Japan Museum of Contemporary Toy & Hall of Music Box, Mazda Museum, Yamato Museum, JMSDF Kure Museum, Hagi Uragami Museum, Pear Museum, Bizen Osafune Token Village, Museum of Merchants Muroya No Sono, Watanabe Art Museum.
4.5 based on 6,977 reviews
This park commemorates the explosion of the first atomic bomb, and houses the Peace Memorial Museum and monuments related to the horrific event.
This is perhaps one of the most moving experiences we had during our Japanese holiday. The Atomic Dome, Peace Park and Museum are all captivating, with many deeply personal stories and reflections. There is an audiovisual display that gives a depiction of the bomb dropping which depicts Hiroshima both before and after the event which is extremely thought-provoking and intense. If you travel to Japan you must visit this site - you will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Visited the Museum this September, we registered online well in advance for this is a free of charge and very popular attraction in Hiroshima. You can get to the museum with 5 min train from Hiroshima station to Mukainada station, after a 5 min walk you will get to the museum. Once you enter you’ll receive a visitor tag and be free to explore the lobby and take pictures (photography on factory grounds is prohibited!). There is a Tull’y coffee shop you can take a little break before/after the tour When it’s time to start the tour your guide will tell you to get on the bus (few min ride to the factory grounds) and will tell you about the Mazda history and anecdotes. Our guide had very good English and very nice and attentive. Tour takes 90 min to complete, you go through some of the different stages of assembly and get to see everything from the top of the production line. It was a fun experience and we strongly recommend it to anyone coming to Hiroshima, adds a different point of view in this unique historical city.
4.5 based on 846 reviews
Awesome museum, do scan the QR code on entering to get the English video apps for the museum, makes a big difference, WiFi in museum is free. The exhibits are well worth the trip from Hiroshima(free with JR pass), the models of ships are cool and drop over to the JSDF museum opposite for a free lookie loo in a submarine.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
I enjoyed the museum. It is filled with modern ceramic art in the permanent exhibit. Only cost 300 yen. There are also an exhibit showing how wood block prints are carved and colored. There is some detailed prints showing how a maiden would live and the arts she would do all of her free time. There is also really exquisite lacquerware. I didn’t see the traveling exhibit that was held in three other halls. That was 1100 yen.
4.5 based on 76 reviews
The Tottori Twentieth Century Pear Memorial Museum Nokokkokan is the only pear-themed museum in Japan in Kurayoshi, Tottori Prefecture. It was opened in April 2001, one of the facilities that make up Kurayoshi Park Square. The official name is Tottori Prefectural Tottori Twentieth Century Pear Memorial Hall, but it was nicknamed Nasukokan in December 2009 and has been used in combination.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The Watanabe Art Museum is a registered museum in Tottori Prefecture, Tottori Prefecture. Operated by the Watanabe Art Museum. It was established in 1978 for the purpose of storing and releasing the 30,000 artworks collected by doctors and yuan Yuan, and was incorporated in 1987.
The best museum for Samurai's culture maybe. Here are lots ancient armours and weapon. The quantity of the armours and weapon may be the top of Japanese museum. You can also try to wear the helmet and take photos for free. The stuff is very kind and helpful. Worth visiting!
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