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Hiroshima

Open fields spread out from the Chugoku mountain range in the north which includes mountains rising above 1000 m, to the Seto Inland Sea in the southwest. There is a large amount of precipitation in the northern mountainous region, including heavy snowfall, while the southern region has a warm climate characteristic of the Seto Inland Sea climate zone.
Hiroshima has long been the center of both ocean and land routes, attracting both shipbuilding and heavy industry to the area.

World Heritage Sites that transcend time
”Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima” has Heian era buildings in the Shinden-zukuri style with the forest of Mount Misen rising above in the background. The ”Hiroshima Peace Memorial” has been preserved as a relic from the war symbolizing peace. Many visitors come from all over the world to the two World Heritage sites.
Oyster farming and Lemons - No. 1 production in Japan
Oyster farming flourishes in Hiroshima because of the wealth of nature and the complicated coastline in the Seto Inland Sea.
Hiroshima lemons are grown in the hilly areas. The prefecture boasts the highest production of both products.
Creating brushes that are delicate yet durable.
There are two brushes that are designated as traditional craftwork. The ”Kawajiri-fude” is fully crafted by hand including the fine hair, earning praise from calligraphy enthusiasts. The ”Kumano-fude” is quite versatile and is used for ”shodo”, painting and even applying makeup.

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