Those who have been to Hiroshima know that the city packs a sentimental atmosphere. Most go there to visit the Peace Memorial Museum, and to take in what is left over and rebuilt since World War II. Indeed, the atomic bomb left carries crucial significance on Hiroshima, on Japan, on America - on the world. And if you get a chance to go to Hiroshima, I would highly recommend a visit to the Peace Memorial Museum and Park. But I would also suggest seeing many of Hiroshima’s world heritage sites, tasting the city’s speciality Okonomiyaki, and even heading across the water to Miyajima to get a sense for traditional Japanese living. Only then can you count your Hiroshima experience complete.