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Rekishi no Mieru Oka Hill, Kure

#5 of 16 in Sightseeing in Kure
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Where to stay in Kure

Kure has a few accommodations across its main urban center. Located within close proximity to the main museums and other attractions, they consist primarily of business hotels set in high-rise blocks, offering comfortable rooms, a pool, and a restaurant. Few international tourists opt to stay in Kure, however: having seen the museums and other sights during the day, most will head back to their accommodations in Hiroshima, just 30 minutes away along the coast by rail or car.
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  • You can place kinda confusing, but as the name suggests, so across the rooftops of Wu. Views, such as SDF dock and the dock.
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  • From the JR Kure station is about 10 minutes by bus. Shiki monument bus stop. See shipyards produced battleship Yamato. You can see I have created the ship today. IHI shipyard. Look in front of a giant ship, was surprised.
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  • Miyahara district bit there on the Hill, about 10 minutes ' walk from irifune Park in Kure-City tourist destination famous. You can look as well as ships of the port of Kure shipyards, and self-defense. It is not a very big Park, stands and Battleship Memorial.
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