Hiroshima City is a castle in Hiroshima City, surrounded by moats. If you walk from the Peace Memorial Park to Hiroshima City for about 15 minutes, next to the Central Park, there are some souvenirs for sale. However, if you want to visit the museum inside, you need tickets, incense burning also needs to be consumed, and special exhibitions will also receive additional tickets. Arriving here, you can take a monorail train and walk for about three or four minutes after getting off at JohokuStation Station, because the Tianshou Pavilion in Hiroshima City is relatively tall and can be seen from a distance. It's easy to find. Strong recommendation, praise!
This is a modern restoration, the original city has been checked out. Now it's basically a big park, and there's no need for tickets to enter or leave. It's only necessary to go to Heaven Guard, and it's not allowed to go to the top at 4:30. But it's not very suitable for photography. The downtown area of Hiroshima is on the south side of Tianshou, backlighting.
Ancient Japanese buildings, boarding to pay extra is not expensive equivalent to about 20 yuan, compared with domestic attractions is really cheap! The total mildew feeling is a small park, clean air is good! There's another ice cream shop that's really doing great business. 350 yen a cone tastes great. They don't add anything messy to their cones! Are we going to learn this?
Inside the castle is a historical library with Hiroshima's development and Samurai family culture as its theme. Photographs and videos outline the history of Hiroshima from ancient times to the construction of Hiroshima City and even the Meiji era. Apart from the exhibition of Hiroshima culture, there is also a model exhibition of real warriors and merchants'houses. On the third and fourth floors, there are swords exhibition rooms and special theme exhibition rooms respectively, and on the fifth floor, there are lookouts. Ticket Price 370 Ran
Japan has built many famous Acropolis since the Warring States Period. The Acropolis is like a boat, and Tianshouge is the oar. Hiroshima City was actually rebuilt at its original site after World War II and formed a small park with a good environment. You can see the inland sea in the distance.