Hiroshima To Nagasaki By Train

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Hiroshima’s Atomic Bomb Dome is a symbol of the destruction of the atomic bomb dropped here in 1945. The building also serves as a reminder of the deaths caused by the dramatic and tragic event.

Hiroshima to Nagasaki By Train


In Nagasaki, it is important to visit the Atomic Bomb Museum to have a better understanding of what this city has undergone. The museum highlights through videos, written testimonies, remains, the consequences of the atomic bomb in the city.

Here are the available modes of transport from Hiroshima to Nagasaki.

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Hiroshima to Nagasaki By Train

Take the Japan Railways train (Line Shinkansen) from Hiroshima to Hakata. From Hakata, take the Japan Railways train (Line LTD Exp Kamome) that is bound to Nagasaki City. The total travel time is four hours and 48 minutes at a cost of US$93. For details, check: http://www.hyperdia.com/

Hiroshima to Nagasaki By Bus

The distance between Hiroshima to Nagasaki is 411 km. There is no bus transport that covers this route, but you can take the ferry ride from Hiroshima Port to Matsuyama. From Matsuyama, you can take any commercial flight to Nagasaki.

Hiroshima to Nagasaki By Train

The travel time is eight hours at a cost of US$243.

If you prefer driving; the travel time is five hours.

Hiroshima to Nagasaki By Plane

You can take a commercial flight from Kobe Airport to reach Nagasaki City. The travel time is one hour and ten minutes at a cost of US$700. For more details, check this: http://www.skymark.co.jp/ja/

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