Would you like to visit the A-bombed survivor trees in Hiroshima City?
Join a tour event or use the app’s navigation system to experience it.
There are two courses for the “Tours of A-bombed survivor trees with a tour guide”: the “Course of
the Axis of Peace” and the “Course of Gangi Taxi.” Registration is required to participate in the
-Course of the Axis of Peace: 3,000 Yen (incl.tax)
-Course of Gangi Taxi: 5,000 Yen (incl.tax)
* The Course of Gangi Taxi is currently under preparation.
The “Axis of Peace” is a line that intersects Peace Boulevard at right angles and connects the A-bomb Dome, the Cenotaph, and Peace Memorial Museum in a straight line, as proposed by Kenzo Tange, who designed Peace Memorial Park. In this course, we will visit A-bombed survivor trees on and around the axis, keeping the “Axis of Peace” in mind.
Hiroshima has six rivers, and water transportation was once well developed in the city. The key to transportation that connects water and land transportation is the “gangi,” or steps on the river. In this course, visitors will take a water cab from the gangi to visit the A-bombed survivor trees while enjoying the cityscape of the water city, Hiroshima.
This navigation application is equipped with information on individual trees
exposed to the atomic bomb in Hiroshima.
Recommended courses are also introduced. Please go to see the A-bombed survivor trees with your smartphone.
This educational material helps visitors deepen their understanding of
A-bombed survivor trees by having them fill out a chart while actually viewing the trees.
The “A-bombed survivor Tree Chart” is an SDGs content to learn about peace in honor of Dr. Horiguchi, an arborist.