On this online experience learn about what happened in Hiroshima in 1945 and after by way of stories of Hiroshima with a local guide. These stories are something that people all over the world should know about and this tour is a good opportunity to think about world peace.
The local guide will take you to various parts of the Peace Memorial Park via Google Maps and share the history and stories of each spot with additional documents. You’ll get deeper insights by hearing its histories and personal stories of a local guide living in Japan.
This virtual tour is very interactive. Therefore, you can ask whatever you want during the tour, not only about tour topics but also Japanese culture or tips for your next trip! Your guide will answer your questions during the tour and share some recommendations.
・1 hour with a local guide
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Disclaimer: While we have partnered with some of these tour operators to help create tours, not all have been checked in person and should just be considered a starting point. Accessible Japan does not handle the booking, transactions, or coordination of the tour itself. It is essential that you discuss your disability with the tour operator to ensure your needs are properly accommodated. Some of these tours are affiliate links and Accessible Japan may receive a small fee for any sales generated from purchases made with these links. This helps Accessible Japan continue to provide information to travelers with disabilities.
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