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広島市 & 宮島


Image by Lorenzo Lamonica

Hiroshima is an attractive, cosmopolitan city that has risen from the ashes of the world's first atomic bomb attack on 6 August 1945. The hypocentre of the explosion is now the Peace Memorial Park, a beautiful expanse of greenery housing monuments to the tragedy.


A ferry ride from Hiroshima, Miyajima Island is well known for its giant vermilion torii gate, ranked as one of Japan's three best views and which at high tide seems to float on the water.




A small island located just offshore from the coast of Hiroshima Prefecture is home to over 1,000 rabbits. Many tourists visit to seek good fortune for their family's fertility and blessing of safe childbirth. The island is currently part of a national park and offers a wide variety of things to enjoy such as hot springs, fishing and sampling local delicacies.




During the Edo Period, Iwakuni used to be one the feudal domains of Japan. Best known for its structurally unique Kintaikyo Bridge, this area is particularly attractive during the cherry blossom season in early April. Its former mountain-top castle was reconstructed in the 1960s and overlooks the city 200 metres below.




This stunning, luxury ryokan is the oldest on Miyajima. Its beautiful Japanese-style rooms have been delighting guests, including many prominent Japanese figures (even members of the imperial family), throughout its more than 100 years of history. Being set in the Momijidani (maple valley) park, autumn is really the best time to visit, when the foliage in the forest changes from deep green to vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows.

Rooms in the main building are offered as well as private, detached cottages called hanare. A stay in a hanare is a very special experience as you will enjoy the calm and quiet of a beautiful and secluded space. Some of these also have their own private hot spring baths. Whichever type of room you choose, you will enjoy a delicious kaiseki (Japanese haute cuisine) dinner, served to you in your room in the traditional style.


A traditional Japanese ryokan perched on a hill giving it arguably the best views of any property over Itsukushima shrine and the famous tori gate. Rooms are large traditional tatami mat rooms with en suite bath and toilet. A small TV, safe, and refrigerator are available in the room. Jukeiso has communal male and female Japanese-style baths and also a private bath with fantastic views over the island that can be reserved making it perfect for families or couples. A delicious, elaborate dinner will be served to you in the dining room where you will also take breakfast (which is a choice of Japanese or Western). Free wifi is available in the lobby.



Hotel Miyarikyu is located on lovely Miyajima Island. It features public baths and traditional Japanese-style rooms with soft tatami mat floor and futon bedding. Hotel Miyariku is a 5-minute walk to Itsukushima Shrine and the beautiful vermilion toori.



Hotel Granvia Hiroshima is directly connected to the Shinkansen (Bullet Train) Line's JR Hiroshima Station.

Each room is equipped with various amenities and designed to make your stay in a hotel a great experience. A comfortable bed and a well-cleaned room will guarantee your leisurely stay.

Hotel Granvia Hiroshima has 8 restaurants, bars, and karaoke. Guests can be satisfied with the best cuisines ranging from Japanese dishes to delicious world dishes and desserts.