Rest House of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Rest House of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
 Aki
Aki
South West of Hiroshima

The Rest House is another bombed building inside Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park than A-Bomb Dome. Today the house is served as a rest house and information center of the park, but originally it used to be a kimono shop built in 1929. A man who survived the bomb in the basement of the building was the closest survivor to the hypocenter. The building itself still has the trace of those times, and the basement has been preserved as it was at the time of exposure. If you make an advance booking, you can see the basement. Please do visit the Rest House when you come to Peace Memorial Park.

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Address :
1-1, Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City
Access :
"From South Exit of Hiroshima Station, take either; Streetcar No.2 bound for Hiroshima Miyajima-guchi and get off at ""Genbaku Dome-mae"" stop and 3 min. on foot, Streetcar No.6 bound for Eba and get off at ""Genbaku Dome-mae"" stop and 3 min. on foot, Streetcar No.1 bound for Hiroshima Port and get off at ""Hon-dori"" and 5 min. on foot"

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