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what to do in Hiroshima

1593-75 Yoshiwa, Hatsukaichi-shi, Hiroshima (Mominoki Shinrin Koen)
Tel: 080-2128-0320
Hours: 9:00 – 15:00
Closed: Open all year round
CREDIT: OK (Online booking)

Visitors begin their adventure with a safety training lesson where they are taught how to use the harness and how to progress through the course without any injuries. Guests have the option of adventuring on their own or, for an extra fee, can be accompanied by a guide. Prospective adventurers should book in advance through the website or by telephone.
Adventure high in the pines at Forest Adventure Hiroshima, a climbing and zipline park in the mountains north of Hatsukaichi City. They offer three courses of varying difficulty. The Kids’ Course is the safest. Children up to eight years old can enjoy a maze of obstacles a meter and a half off the ground. In the Canopy Course, people taller than 110 cm and under 110 kg can adventure eight meters high in the trees, daring obstacles like tightropes, cargo nets and ziplines for roughly 70 minutes of fun. The most challenging course is the 15 meter high Adventure Course, which lasts two hours and includes a tarzan swing into a cargo net and a 150-meter-long zipline.
Forest Adventure is only accessible by car. Public transportation can get you most of the way there but the remainder of the trip needs to be covered by taxi.

Take Chugoku highway by car and
get off at Yoshiwa IC.

what to do in Hiroshima


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