Two-days trip to Hiroshima and Innoshima


Hiroshima, Genbaku Dome Hiroshima is best known as the first city in history to be destroyed by a nuclear weapon when the United States Army Air Forces dropped an atomic bomb on it near the end of World War II. Its name means "Wide Island".
Miyajima is famous for the Itsukushima Shrine. According to records, the shrine was established in the time of Empress Suiko. The warrior-courtier Taira no Kiyomori gave the shrine its present form. The island is one of Hayashi Razan's "Three Views of Japan". Miyajima, Itsukushima Shrine
Innoshima, Shusaku Memorial Museum Honinbo Shusaku Igo Memorial Museum, located on Innoshima isle, is perhaps the most sacred place for Go players. It is said that a Go player gets two stones stronger by touching the monument. Would you like to confirm the legend?

Program and schedule

Wed, July 10th
 - 09:00: Departure from front of TTS Center
 - noon: Arrival and lunch at Innoshima
 - 13:00: Visit Shusaku memorial, Shusaku's tomb, and Shusaku's former residence
 - afternoon: Friendship match against local players inside Shusaku's residence
 - 17:30: Departure for Hiroshima
 - 20:00: Accommodation at Aster Plaza Hotel (

Thu, July 11th
 - 09:00: Departure from the hotel reception
 - morning: Visit the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Peace Memorial
 - afternoon: Ferry to Miyajima island, visit the Itsukushima Shrine
 - 15:30: Return to Osaka (estimated arrival at TTS Center: 20:00)

Price and payment

The tour will be organized through a major tourism company and costs
 - 19.000 JPY per person in a twin bed room (shared with another participant)
 - 20.000 JPY per person in a single room

The price includes:
 - Transportation via bus
 - Hotel accommodation
 - All entrance fees

Not included:
 - Meals

You can either pay it together with the remaining amount for the camp via bank transfer or Paypal latest by June 16th (two weeks before the camp), or via cash on site on June 30th.