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The Hiroshima Electric Railway, also known as Hiroden, is a Japanese transportation company in Hiroshima established June 18, 1910. The company operates streetcars (trams) and buses in and around Hiroshima Prefecture, and is known as the longest and most used streetcar network in Japan at 25.1 km (21.8 mi). Using the Hiroden network is a great way to tour all the must destinations in Hiroshima. The railway connects to many major attractions, including: the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park & A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima Castle, and the port to Miyajima island. The Hiroshima Electric Railway accepts PASPY (smart card ticket system) for easy use and payments on their buses and trams.
The Hiroshima Electric Railway has 8 tram lines identified by color name. They include
Popular name of Itsukushima Island; Iconic Floating Red Shrine
Flower park with interactive play area for golfing, lawn sledding, canoeing and more
Rabbit Island where rabbits roam freely on the island
Symbolizes Hiroshima's wishes for everlasting peace after the atomic bomb attack
The massive railway network is developed throughout Japan.
Shinkansen - Fastest Safest Train
Ferries play an important role in transportation, tourism, and distribution of goods in Japan.
Largest airport in the Chūgoku region; formerly New Hiroshima Airport