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Really gets one thinking about the horrors of war. Respectful way to remember the victims of tragedies. - Tripadvisor
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is located downtown. The Atomic Bomb Dome is the symbol of Hiroshima. It is dedicated to the legacy of Hiroshima as the first city in the world to suffer attack of an atomic bomb. Today there are monuments, museums, and lecture halls which over a million tourists visit per year.
One of the most famous sites to visit in Japan, the Torii Gate is so iconic. I was lucky to see it from high tide to low tide, and would love to have seen it at sunset. - Tripadvisor
Miyajima Island/Itsukushima Shrine is in the Island Sea and the home of Itsukushima Shrine built in 593 with its famed floating torii gate.
The size of the temple and the Buddha it houses is immense. It's crazy how the temple used to be even bigger before the Lightning striker that caused a fire centuries ago. Well worth the visit! - Tripadvisor
Todaiji Temple was completed in 752 with one of the largest bronze statues in the world. it has an imposing gate supported by eighteen 25m high pillars Blown down by a typhoon in 962, the gate was re-built in 1199.
Panoramic view of Kyoto from the broad wooden veranda
One of Tokyo's largest and most popular parks in Shinjuku
Iconic temple covered in pure gold leaf
First Open-Air Museum in Japan, Picasso Pavilion and Foot-Bath Hot-Spring
Temple surrounded with Tranquility
Famous Deer Park with friendly deer
Head temple of the Buddhist sect Seizan branch; beautiful autumn spot
The White Heron Castle - UNESCO's World Heritage
One of the Three Most Beautiful Gardens in Japan
Samurai Kembu is the traditional performance art using a Katana and Sensu
Buddhist Temple famous for Statue of Kannon
Daisho-in is a historic Japanese temple complex located closely to the famous Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima Island.
Aquarium with one of the largest glass panel tanks in the world; 26,000 sea creatures
Hirajiro castle built on plains rather than a hill
Museum shows how the 15th century village of Edo grew to be Tokyo