Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry

Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry

Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry
Visit Two World Heritage Sites in Hiroshima by Bus and Ferry

Overview

There are two UNESCO World Heritage sites in Hiroshima City: Genbaku Dome and Itsukushima-jinja Shrine. Why not join the one-day tour to go around these famous tourist spots efficiently by bus and ferry! Box lunch included!

Highlights

  • Visit must-go spots in Hiroshima City in comfort
  • See the beautiful Seto Inland Sea by ferry
  • Explore the brilliant Itsukushima-jinja Shrine
  • Relish a unique Hiroshima box lunch

Key Information

Description

As you may know, there are two world heritage sites in Hiroshima: Genbaku Dome (A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima Peace Memorial) and Itsukushima-jinja Shrine in Miyajima. Genbaku Dome is the most symbolic building in Hiroshima, where the first atomic bomb exploded on August 6, 1945. It is a must-visit to be visited at least once, and a symbol for the motto "No More Hiroshimas." The present Itsukushima-jinja Shrine was constructed around 1168 by Taira no Kiyomori. Its shining red torii gate, the site's most recognizable landmark, appears to float in the water. We offer the one-day tour to take you to these two sites efficiently. Board the exclusively designed Maple Trip Bus. Maple leaves are called 'momiji' in Japanese and have long been a symbol of Hiroshima. The Maple Trip Bus will take you around Hiroshima City. You'll also enjoy a ferry ride to and from Itsukushima-jinja Shrine, during which you can catch stunning views of the Seto Inland Sea. The tour includes a unique Hiroshima Musubi Musashi box lunch!

How it works

1. Once you've booked, we will send a confirmation email 2. Go to the bus ticket office on the first floor of Hiroshima Station, Shinkansen Exit and present the e-ticket with QR code