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Alyssa Torres

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Transcript of Hiroshima

Brief History
Hiroshima was founded in 1589, on the coast of the Seto Inland Sea, and became a major urban centre during the Meiji period.
It is a major Japanese city and the largest in the western section of Honshu land.
The city is widely known for being the target of the first atomic bombing in human history, however, it was rebuilt following the war into major cultural center of the nation.
The majority of the current area of Hiroshima City was under the sea, with the seawater reaching farther inland along the lower reaches of the present-day Ota River, forming a bay.
Hiroshima was the first target of the "Little Boy" and "Fat man".
Info about Hiroshima
Hiroshima is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūgoku region on Honshu island.
The capital is the city of Hiroshima.
It has a population of around 2.9 million.
Hiroshima prefecture lies in the middle of Chūgoku. Most of the prefecture consists of mountains leading towards Shimane Prefecture; and rivers produce rich plains near the coast.
The province faces Shikoku across the Seto Inland Sea. Hiroshima Bay opens on the Inland Sea. It also includes many small islands.
Hiroshima Flower Festival

Saijo Sake
Sightseeing Spots
Hiroshima Castle
Shukkeien Garden
Why should we visit?
The view there is beautiful and you can see the memorial park for the people affected by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the gardens, art and memorial museums.
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