Fly to Hiroshima and discover its traditions, breathtaking scenery and mouth-watering cuisine. There is so much to see and do during the warm months of spring and summer. Mount your bike and explore the islands of the Seto Inland Sea or put on your hiking boots and scale the peaks of the Chugoku Mountains. With SilkAir's three flights to Hiroshima every week, it has never been easier to visit this enchanted corner of Japan. Visit Hiroshima will be your portal to a world of unforgettable experiences.
Hiroshima's
Two World Heritage Sites

Itsukushima Shrine

Itsukushima Shrine

No trip to Japan is complete without a visit to Miyajima. Millions flock to the island every year to see Itsukushima Shrine and its iconic floating gate made from 600-year-old camphor trees.
*Please note, the floating torii gate is currently undergoing major renovation work. Click the link for further information.
Miyajima Tourist Association

Atomic Bomb Dome

Atomic Bomb Dome

Hiroshima's Atomic Bomb Dome is a poignant reminder of the horrors of war and the continuing fight to rid the world of nuclear weapons. A visit to the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Peace Memorial Museum is an essential part of any trip to Hiroshima.

Spring & Summer
Travel Tips
Make the most of your time in Hiroshima

Trekking

Trekking

Spring and summer are perfect for hiking Hiroshima's mountains and coastlines. There are countless trails weaving through Hiroshima's Chugoku Mountains and the bridges of the Shimanami and Tobishima Kaido routes give you access to islands in the Seto Inland Sea. Strap on your boots and explore Hiroshima's natural landscapes.

Cycling

Cycling

Thousands of cyclists travel to Hiroshima every year to ride Japan's most famous cycle route - the Shimanami Kaido. Crossing a set of charming islands and spectacular bridges, the 70km-long route links Onomichi on the mainland with Shikoku in the south. For those wanting more, ferries connect the Shimanami with the picturesque islands of the Tobishima Kaido cycling route.

Spring and Summer Cuisine

Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki

This savoury okonomiyaki is the ultimate Hiroshima comfort food. Its popularity grew in postwar Hiroshima and now you can see okonomiyaki restaurants wherever you go. Visiting an okonomiyaki restaurant is the quickest way to acquaint yourself with Hiroshima food culture.

Onomichi Ramen

Onomichi Ramen

This is Onomichi's signature dish. It is renowned for its delicious soy sauce and fish soup, handmade noodles, and succulent morsels of pork fat. Each restaurant has its own distinctive take on the famous dish. It's easy to spot the popular restaurants - just look for long queues outside.

Grilled Anago Eel

Grilled Anago Eel

Indulge in this delicious local delicacy during your visit to Miyajima. What started as a popular bento lunchbox for train passengers 120 years ago is now a symbol of Miyajima. The smoky flavour of the eel and the soy sauce glaze will have you coming back for more. Arrive early if you want a table at Ueno - the birthplace of this iconic dish.

Hiroshima Lemons

Hiroshima Lemons

Hiroshima's islands in the Seto Inland Sea produce some of the finest citrus in Japan. For generations, citrus farmers have benefited from the region's warm climate and rich soil to grow a wide variety of lemons and oranges on steep terraced fields. Hiroshima's lemons are renowned for their rich aromas and mild flavour.

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Fly to Hiroshima with SilkAir

A full-service, award-winning airline, SilkAir flies to 38 destinations across 15 countries, and its network only continues to grow. SilkAir is the regional wing of Singapore Airlines (SIA), and together, offer a combined network of 92 destinations in 34 countries.

Flying to Hiroshima
SilkAir launched their Singapore - Hiroshima route in 2017 and fly three times a week. Hiroshima is ideally placed for quick access to Kyushu, Shikoku and the idyllic islands of the Seto Inland Sea. Tokyo and Osaka are easily accessible by air or shinkansen. Come to Hiroshima and discover Japan.

SILK AIR
Flight schedule
Australia - Singapore - Hiroshima Hiroshima - Singapore - Australia
Adelaide - Singapore
(Tue. Wed. Fri. Sun)
SQ278 09:10 - 15:10
Singapore - Hiroshima
(Mon. Thu. Sun)
MI868/SQ5168
01:45 - 9:00
Hiroshima - Singapore
(Mon. Thu. Sun)
MI867/SQ5167
10:25 - 15:45
Singapore - Adelaide
(Mon. Thu. Sat.)
SQ279 23:10 - 07:25+1
Brisbane - Singapore
SQ236 14:45 - 20:45
Singapore - Brisbane
SQ235 21:30 - 06:55+1
Melbourne - Singapore
SQ228 15:40 - 21:30
Singapore - Melbourne
SQ227 22:00 - 07:25+1
Perth - Singapore
SQ214 17:10 - 22:35
Singapore - Perth
SQ215 18:45 - 23:55
Sydney - Singapore
SQ222 15:00 - 21:20
Singapore - Sydney
SQ221 20:20 - 05:55+1
Sydney - Singapore
SQ242 18:05 - 00:20+1
Australia - Singapore - Hiroshima
Adelaide - Singapore
(Tue. Wed. Fri. Sun)
SQ278 09:10 - 15:10
Singapore - Hiroshima
(Mon. Thu. Sun)
MI868/SQ5168
01:45 - 9:00
Brisbane - Singapore
SQ236 14:45 - 20:45
Melbourne - Singapore
SQ228 15:40 - 21:30
Perth - Singapore
SQ214 17:10 - 22:35
Sydney - Singapore
SQ222 15:00 - 21:20
Sydney - Singapore
SQ242 18:05 - 00:20+1
Hiroshima - Singapore - Australia
Hiroshima - Singapore
(Mon. Thu. Sun)
MI867/SQ5167
10:25 - 15:45
Singapore - Adelaide
(Mon. Thu. Sat.)
SQ279 23:10 - 07:25+1
Singapore - Brisbane
SQ235 21:30 - 06:55+1
Singapore - Melbourne
SQ227 22:00 - 07:25+1
Singapore - Perth
SQ215 18:45 - 23:55
Singapore - Sydney
SQ221 20:20 - 05:55+1
The minimum connection time at Singapore Changi Airport is 50 minutes between SQ/MI flights.
*Only flights that has good connection are shown on this time table. More flight service and destination are available.

Accommodations

Accommodations

From luxury villas to backpacking hostels, traditional inns to a floating hotel, Hiroshima offers a vast range of accommodation to match the needs and budget of any traveller.