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Hiroshima-shi Yasa Animal Park

zoo 200In Anza Zoo surrounded by mountains, 160 species of animals are displayed on about 26 hectares of grounds. There is also a relaxing square and a restaurant. Spend day enjoying the animals.  Manual, electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters can be hired at the zoo.

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Miyajima Aquarium


Miyajima Aquarium (Suizo-kan) is a family-friendly activity for anyone visiting Miyajima island.  It has an impressive 13,000 creatures of 350 distinct varieties which are found in Hiroshima’s surrounding Seto-inland sea. There are also some popular creatures imported from abroad including penguins, sea lions and otters which are also on display.


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Mazda Museum

 Mazda LogoThis museum focuses on Mazda’s history, including old vehicles & tours
of the production line.  Tours are in Japanese and English.
Admission is free.

Tours in the Mazda Museum are wheelchair accessible.  Please inform
the number of wheelchair users when making tour reservations.

A multipurpose (accessible) toilet is available at the Museum.

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okonomimuraOkonomimura is a local cuisine of Hiroshima, a crepe made of wheat flour on a steel plate is stretched in a circle, and baked with cabbage, bean sprouts, pork, fried noodles, eggs etc. piled on top. Eat it with sauce etc. The Kansai style Okonomiyaki is baked after mixing dough and ingredients, but in Hiroshima style, firstly the dough is stretched, the ingredients are laid in order, and baked while being pressed against an iron plate with a spatula.

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Hiroshima Castle


Hiroshima Castle, sometimes called Carp Castle, was a castle in Hiroshima, Japan that was the home of the daimyō of the Hiroshima han. The castle was constructed in the 1590s, but was destroyed by the atomic bombing on August 6, 1945.

There is one route for wheelchair users to the central area. Steps to the castle tower. Only stairs inside the castle tower. It is very difficult to look around for wheelchair users.

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