Hiroshima Shore Excursion for Cruise Ship Passengers

Learn more about the history of the A-bomb and discover Mijajima Island

8 hours


  • Tour the most popular Hiroshima and Miyajima spots in private transportation
  • Learn about the history of the A-Bomb from a knowledgeable local guide
  • Explore World Heritage Sites


Discover Hiroshima and its historical background from the Second World War in a private tour with an English-speaking guide from Itsukaichi port.


Participate in a private tour with an English-speaking guide to discover the most famous spot in Hiroshima and Miyajima.

Tour Itinerary

*Departure times may vary.

10:00 am Depart from Itsukaichi port and head towards the pier of Miyajima

11:00 am Take the ferry from Miyajima pier to Miyajima itself

11:10 am Explore Miyajima, which hosts one of Japan’s Top Three Sights. Feed the deer around Miyajima, and walk in the sand around Itsukushima Shrine

 12:50 pm Take the ferry back from Miyajima to the main island

1:30 pm Have lunch at Hassei, a restaurant that serves okonomiyaki, a basic crepe-like pancake date back to the Edo period (self-pay)

3:00 pm Visit the core landmarks of Hiroshima – learn about the history of the A-Bomb dome and the various monuments in the area, one of them being the Hiroshima Peace Park, where you can enter the museum and hear testimonials from survivors of the atomic bomb

5:00 pm Return to Itsukaichi port

Important information

This tour includes

  • English-speaking guide
  • Private transportation (private cab, Toyota Alphard, Hi-Ace van - depending on the number of passengers)

This tour does NOT include

  • Admission fees
  • Food and drinks 

Know before you book

  • Cancellation:
    7 days prior - free of charge
    6-2 days prior - 40%
    1 day prior – 50%,
    On the day – 100%,
    No-show – 100%

Meeting point

The meeting point is at Itsukaichi port.

Organised by Japan Travel KK

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