We are holding “Etaji-market” about every 3 month which sells fresh vegetables,special products and Oysters (only in winter) from Etajima.
We held an English conversation lesson on Halloween, Many people came to enjoy talking about Halloween and cultures of overseas.
We have more interesting events such as markets and foodtruck.
David with a camera
French photojournalist, David stayed with us again when he came to Hiroshima for reporting the Atomic Bomb Anniversary. See you next year.
Cheers for New Years Eve!!
The guests from Brasil who has been in Fukui and Aichi for 5 years.
This is the first visit to Hiroshima.
Supporting grandson's cycling race.
Their grandson participated in a cycling race which was held in Mihara city.
They travelled from Sakai city to support him.
Hope the grandson got a good result!
A photographer from Sweden
Susanna stayed for 6 weeks while taking photos of Hiroshima with an antique camera for her exhibition.
The photo was on the last day with her friend from Finland.
We had a Tanabata (traditional star festival held on the 7th July) tree in the lounge.
Jean and her companion wrote their wishes on a piece of paper called Tanzaku and hang it on a bamboo tree, and enjoyed making paper cranes (Oridzuru).
Miyajima Itsukushima Shrine
Itsukushima Shrine, a national treasure, was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1996.
Atomic Bomb Memorial Museum
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is sandwiched between two rivers, the Ota River and the Motoyasu River. The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, including the UNESCO World Heritage Atomic Bomb Dome, conveys the experience of the atomic bomb to posterity.
Hiroden (Hiroshima Trams/streetcars)
Hiroden is the longest and most used streetcar network in Japan.
You can visit many tourist attractions including Miyajima by riding Hiroden. Antique streetcars from all over Japan as well as two streetcars that survived atomic bombing run on the network.