HIROSHIMA LIVE CAMERAS

  • A-Bomb Dome, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.mix-net.co.jp/live/live.html, address: Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, site title: Innovation Service Company, MIX Co., Ltd., camera title: A-Bomb Dome
    Click the Enter banner, then type “demo” in the usr ID with no password.
  • The Peace Street, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.hitp.ac.jp/livecam/index.html,  address: Nishi-ku, Fukushima-cho, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, site title: Hiroshima Institute of Technology Polytechnic, camera title: HITP Live Camera view from the roof of the HITP
  • Gyojayama Taiko-ji Temple, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, URL: http://taikouji.jp/camera/index.html
    site title: Gyojayama Taiko-ji Temple, address: Takata, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, camera titles: (1) Live Camera 1, view of the Temple and Hiroshima City, (2) Live Camera 2, view of the main hall and the Seto Inland Sea, (3) Live Camera 3, the view of the Gomado
  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Hiroshima City, Hirishima, URL: http://cef.jp/camera/, address: Moto-machi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, site title: Chugoku Energy Forum camera title: Live Camera
    view of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Hiroshima Municipal Stadium, the Streetcar,
  • Hiroshima-jo Castle, Hiroshima Peace Memorial, etc., Hiroshima, URL: http://www.rcc.co.jp/camera/,  site title: RCC Broadcasting Co., Ltd., camera titles: (1) Onomichi Station, view from the Green Hill Hotel Onomichi, (2) Hiroshima Interchange, view from the Fuji Gran Midorii, (3) Hiroshima Peace Memorial, (4) Miyajima Island, (5) Hiroshima-jo Castle, (6) the second studio, RCC radio
  • Hiroshima City Area,Hiroshima, URL: http://www.ebayama.jp/, address: Ebaminami, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, site title: Hiroshima City Ebayama Museum of Meteorology, camera title: Live Camera from the Roof of the Museum, You can control the camera by clicking the gray button at the bottom right of the photo only for a few seconds.
  • Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/top/camera/index.html,  address: Kagamiyama, Higashi Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, site title: Hiroshima University, camera title: Higashi Hiroshima Campus, two cameras, from the left, (1) View of the Northern Campus (from the roof
    of the Headquarters), (2) View of the Southern Campus (from the roof of the East Library)
  • Koutoku-ji Temple, Sera-gun, Hiroshima, URL: http://koutokuji.org/live/live.html, address: Sera-cho, Sera-gun, Hiroshima, site title: Koutoku-ji Temple, camera title: The Garden Sesshu Live Camera, You can change the angle of the camera by clicking the Japanese menu in the left side of the site. From the top, the view of (1) Yakushi-do, (2) the Garden Sesshu, (3) the tree, (4) the crape myrtle, (5) hydrangea
  • Miyajima Island, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www1.megaegg.ne.jp/~miyajima/,  address: Miyajima-cho, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima, 739-0553, site title: Hotel New Kotobuki, camera title: Miyajima Live Camera, Click the blue camera link, “miyajima livecamera,” in the lower right of the site.
  • Racetrack Boat, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.boatrace-miyajima.com/camera/liveapplet-j.html, address: Miyajimaguchi, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima, site title: Boat Race Miyajima, camera title: Live Camera Miyajima, the present opposite shore Miyajima
  • Yoshiwa District, Hatsukaichi City, Hiroshima (End of Service), URL: http://www.yoshiwa-navi.jp/camera/camera.html, site title: Yoshiwa Navi, camera title: Yoshiwa Live Camera, view of nature and sightseeing spots, camera 1: Live Camera Observatory, camera 2: Yoshiwa Ground Camera
  • Otagawa River, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.cgr.mlit.go.jp/ootagawa/livecamera/index.html, address: River Ota, camera title: Ootagawa Live Camera, site title: Ota River Office, Chugoku Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
  • Mt. Takatani, Miyoshi City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~rs9s-mrok/top.html,  address:Miyoshi City, site title: Miyoshi, Mt. Takatani, Live Camera Sea of Clouds, camera title: Miyoshi, Mt. takatani, Click the blue numbers that change the angle of the camera. (1) the city area, (2) Mt. Ozeki, (3) the night view spot, (4) sunrise, (5) winery, (6) Mt. Okada, (7) Tomoe Bridge, (8) the thermo-hygrometer
  • Tomonoura Port, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.sawasen.jp/tomonoura/livecamra/index.html, address: Tomo, Tomo-cho, Fukuyama City, Hiroshima, site title: Ship Chandlery Shop Sawamura, camera title: Live Camera Tomonoura (1) the panorama view of Tomonoura, (2) Tomonoura Port, (3) Bentenjima Island, (4) Mizushimanada, (5) Hashirijima Island, (6) Nightlight, (7) the Pier
  • Hiroshima (Ujina) Port, Hiroshima, URL: http://www2.uminet.jp/camera/camera.html, address: Hiroshima City, Hiroshima, site title: Hiroshima (Ujina) Port Live View, view of the Port from the Passenger Terminal of hte Hiroshima Port Pier
  • Kure City, Hiroshima, URL: http://camera.kure-city.jp/, address: Kure City, site title: Intranet Kure City,  camera title: Live Camera Broadcasting, Click the photos in the map or the blue Japanese camera links next to the map. (1) Showa Branch of Kure City, (2) Miyahara Community Center, (3) Kure Port (sea side), (4) Kure Port (mountain side), (5) Rest House Mt. Noro, (6) the History Museum of Shipbuilding Nagato, (7) Kure Pier (west side), (8) Kure Pier (east side), (9) Seaside Park Kaluga, (10) Environmental Beatification Center, (11) Kurahashi Branch, (12) Sazanami-en, (13) the Strait Ondonoseto, (15) Green Pier Setouchi, (16) Shimokamagari Branch, (17) the store, “Kaieki Kajigahama,” (18) the museum of astronomical observation Kamagari, (19) Cable Toyohama, (20) Ocho Port
  • Ondonoseto Strait, Kure City, Hiroshima, URL: http://180.43.117.132/mics/camera.html, address: Kure City, Hiroshima,  site title: the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, the Sixth Regional Coast Guard Headquarters, camera title: Ondonoseto Live Camera, Click the cameras in the map.
  • Onomichi Waterway, Onomichi City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.ononavi.jp/fan/livecam/index.html,  address: Higashi Tsuchido-cho, Onomichi City, Hiroshima
    site title: Ono Navi, camera title: Onomichi Live Camera, view of the present Onomichi waterway, fMukojima Island and the city area, rom the top of Senko-ji Temple
  • Shiroyama and Arisu River, Shobara City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www2s.biglobe.ne.jp/~yappon/tohjoh0c.html, address: Tojo-cho, Shobara City, Hiroshima, site title: YAPPON’s Web Site, camera title: Bingo Tojo no Sato Live Camera, “the present view of Shiroyama and Arisu River”
  • Hiroshima Airport, Mihara City, Hiroshima, URL: http://www.hij.airport.jp/, address: Hiraiwa, Aza, Zennyuji, Hongo-cho, Mihara City, Hiroshima, 729-0416, site title: Hiroshima Airport Homepage, camera is in the left side of of the site, “Hiroshima Airport Live Camera”

 

Hiroshima Prefecture Tourism Information

The prefectural capital of Hiroshima is Hiroshima City. The population of the prefecture is approximately 2.8 million people and the population of the city is about 1.2 million people. Facing the Seto Inland Sea, the prefectural land has more than 140 large and small islands. There are two world cultural heritages sites, “Itsukushima Shrine” and “Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Atomic Bomb Dome).” There are tourism resources such as “Hiroshima-jo Castle,” ” Tomo no Ura,” “Ondo no Seto,” “Sandan-kyo,” “Taishaku-kyo and Onbashi Bridge,” ” Higashi Hiroshima Brewery Street” and others.  It is said that the origin of “Hiroshima” is that it was named by Terumoto Mori who had dominated “the Aki country” and “the country Bingo” in the Warring States Period. There are some specialty and specialty products, such as “Okonomiyaki,” “Oyster,” Momiji Manju (Autumn Leaves Bun),”Hiroshima-na (Hiroshima Greens),” “Kumano Fude (Brush)” and “Onomichi Ramen.” Especially, oyster is a major specialty of Hiroshima and has a history of over 400 years of farming, which boasts a 70% market share in the nation. There
are local cuisines such as “Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki (Japanese hot plate pizza),” “Anago-meshi (Conger Rice),” “Kaki no Dotenabe (oyster and vegetable stew with miso).”
“Itsukushima Shrine” in Miyajima-cho of Hatsukaichi City was built in the year 593 AD, and it had been assisted by those in power at the time, such as Hideyoshi Toyotomi, Kiyomori Tairano and Motonari Mori later. It is an unusual architectural style shrine in the world that is built on top of the sea and the torii (a gateway at the entrance to a shrine) of 16m high was also erected on top of sea. Since the shrine of Shindenzukuri style was built by Kiyomori Tairano in 1168, it was repaired repeatedly many times, and it still remains with the architectural style of the time.
More than three million tourists annually visit “Miyajima” where the Itsukushima Shrine exists.
“Tomo no Ura” refers to the port area in Tomo-cho in Fukuyama City, and it has been developed as a port of Shiomachi (waiting for the tide). It has been developed as a port of call sites to wait the trend of the tide is reversed at the time when there is not the ship with the steam engine power yet. It was also important as a strategic point for
marine traffic in the Warring States Period, but its importance gradually faded with the development of nautical technology. It was designated as a national scenic spot in 1925, and it has now become a tourist attraction as the city of port in which the streets and the port facilities of the time remain. “Tomo no Ura” is also famous as the place where Ryoma Sakamoto stayed in “Iroha Maru incident (the incident of the ship Irohamaru).” “The Iroha-maru Ship Incident” is the case that the ship of Kaientai, which Ryoma Sakamoto belonged to, collided with the ship of Kishu-han (Kishu Clan), and he stayed in Tomonoura for compensation negotiations. There is the “Iroha-maru Ship Memorial” in Tomonoura that displays the documentations of the time and there is the residence of Masuya Seiemon where Ryoma stayed.
“Ondo no Seto” is a strait between Kegoya in Kure City and the town of Ondo, the strait of small width 90m. Despite it is actually the narrow strait that there is only about 60m navigable width, there is a daily traffic volume of about 700 vessels today. There is the tradition that it was carved out in 1167 by Kiyomori Tairano, and the statue of Kiyomori is displayed in the park Ondo no Seto.

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