[Shukkei-en Garden](8 min walk from the hotel)

Shukkei-en Garden, selected as one of the 100 best historical parks in Japan, was completed in 1620.
Built as the villa of Nagaakira Asano, the first lord of the Asano clan of the Hiroshima domain, the garden is located in the city but is rich in nature, with cherry and plum blossoms in the spring, hydrangea in the summer, autumn leaves in the fall, and camellias in the winter. The Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum is adjacent to the garden and can be enjoyed together with the Shukkei-en Garden.

[Hiroshima Castle](12 min walk from the hotel)

The castle was built around 1592 by Terumoto Mori, but was destroyed by an atomic bomb in 1945 and rebuilt after 1958. Hiroshima Castle, also known as Ri-jo Castle, Zaima-jo Castle, or Taima-jo Castle, is a castle with many points of interest, including the castle tower and Ninomaru, and the Hiroshima Gokoku Shrine is located on the grounds surrounded by a moat. Events and special exhibitions are held to provide visitors with an in-depth understanding of the history and culture of Hiroshima Castle.

[Atomic Bomb Dome](14 min walk from the hotel)

Once a beautiful, modern European-style building, it was exposed to a nuclear bomb dropped on it in 1945.
The remaining steel frame, bricks, and the domed framework atop the building have given it the name "Atomic Bomb Dome" for some time.
In 1996, it was registered as a World Heritage site and has become a symbol of the importance of peace.

[Peace Memorial Park](17 min walk from the hotel)

From the Edo period to the early Showa period, there was a downtown area, but it was bombed by the atomic bomb in 1945. After that, the area was developed as a symbol of peace, and Peace Memorial Park was completed in 1955.
There are more than 50 monuments and structures in the park, and the Cenotaph overlooks the Atomic Bomb Dome.

[Okonomi Village](8 min walk from the hotel)

Since the 1950s, stores have gathered in Shintenchi Square, mainly selling okonomiyaki, and writer Minoru Kida, who saw the scene, said, "It looks like an okonomi village," hence the name "Okonomi village. In 1992, the building was transformed into the current high-rise building, where visitors can enjoy the special flavors of each stall.
The building, with the aroma of sauces wafting through the air, is as busy as ever every day with tourists from home and abroad as well as locals.

[Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima]
(30 min walk from the hotel)

Hiroshima Municipal Baseball Stadium, the official name, opened in 2009. It is used exclusively by the Hiroshima Toyo Carp, and various baseball events are held there.
One of the attractions of the stadium is the "Carp Meshi," a menu produced by the players. There are also 262 "Carp Boy" manholes on the roads around the stadium and other playful monuments.

[Miyajima](80 min drive from hotel)

Miyajima Island in Aki, said to be an island where the gods reside, has many places of interest, including shrines and temples, mountains covered with primeval forests, beaches, and an aquarium. Itsukushima, the official name of the island, is one of the three most scenic spots in Japan along with Amanohashidate and Matsushima, and is a very popular tourist destination among foreigners.
Itsukushima Shrine floating on the sea is especially beautiful and is registered as a World Heritage site.

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