This small theater, with a mere 128-person capacity, continues to show a variety of old, great Japanese films that you will ... More
This small theater, with a mere 128-person capacity, continues to show a variety of old, great Japanese films that you will find playing nowhere else in the city. Art films also find themselves on the old projector reel, including those of local directors and filmmakers, though this is limited to special events.
The Science Museum promises lots of hands on activities for budding Einsteins and Hawkings, plus a nice introduction to Hiroshima's
traditional cultural attractions. Parents will also appreciate it as a creative place for the average child to burn off ...
The island of Itsukushima, in the Seto inland sea, has been a holy place of Shintoism since the earliest times.
The first shrine buildings here were probably erected in the 6th century. The present shrine dates from the 13th ...
Shukkeien Garden is in a league of its own in this green city. Sculpted gardens, paths, ponds, bridges, islands, waterfalls,
bamboo groves, rice fields, and cherry and plum blossom viewing in season, make for an extremely pleasant and photogenic ...