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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
Neighborhood: Higashi-ku
1 of 5 Hiroshima Religious
Overview:
Not many buildings survived the Atomic blast over Hiroshima. One that did, however, is Fudoin Temple, north of the city...
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2 of 5 Hiroshima Religious
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Much of Hiroshima has been reconstructed since the 1945 atomic bombing; few buildings of historical and/or cultural...
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3 of 5 Hiroshima Religious
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The name of this bright, ornately decorated temple comes from the man who built it. Kanamoto Kosan needed 30 years to...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
Neighborhood: Nishi-ku
4 of 5 Hiroshima Religious
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Mitaki is a fine example of the happy coexistence of Shinto and Buddhist religions in Japan. Make the 10-minute uphill...
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Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
Neighborhood: Nishi-ku
5 of 5 Hiroshima Religious
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Like most spiritual places in Japan, Mitaki Shrine was built with an effort to achieve harmony with the surrounding...
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