LOCATION:3−5 Hiroshima-City Naka-ku Nagarekawa
PHONE :082-545-5611

  • Customers coming by Car

    ・10 minutes from Hiroshima Station. Parking : Usually 900 yen (tax included) per night.
    ※On date of Arrival: 3:00pm to 11:00am the next day.
    The hotel parking lot (12 cars) requires a reservation. In addition to the hotel parking lot, there are also affiliated parking lots. Please let us know when you make a room reservation if you’ll be needing a parking reservation as well.

  • Customers using Streetcars

    ・5 minutes by streetcar from the south exit of Hiroshima Station heading towards Hatchobori. (Streetcars 2, 6 or 1)
    ・Get off at Ebisu-cho Station. It takes roughly 8 minutes from Hiroshima Station (fare 190 yen).
    ・It’s a 5 minute walk from Ebisu-cho station down Nagarekawa-Dori (Nagarekawa Street). You will see a big sign above the entrance of the street that reads “Nagarekawa”
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  • Customers using the City Bus

    ・Hiroshima City Circulation Bus "Machinowa Loop", which is convenient for sightseeing and just getting around. From Hiroshima Station North Exit (Shinkansen/Bullet Train Exit), Go to Bus Stop 1, take the 301 bus to Shintenchi and it’s about a 2 minute walk (Bus runs every 20 minutes).
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  • Taking Public Transportation to Popular Sightseeing Spots.

    ・Atomic Bomb Dome・Peace Memorial Park
    From Hotel Xcell Nagarekawa → 5 minute walk (350m) to Ebisu-cho Station, take the Hiroden Miyajimaguchi streetcar (#2) for about 7 minutes → Get off at “Atomic Bomb Dome Mae” Station → You will see the dome from the streetcar station. It’s about a 1 minute walk (49m). It’s about a 20 minute walk from the hotel without public transportation.

    ・Miyajima / Itsukushima Shrine
    From Hotel Xcell Nagarekawa → 5 minute walk (350m) to Ebisu-cho Station, take the Hiroden Miyajimaguchi Streetcar (#2) for about 60 minutes → Get off at Miyajimaguchi Station → 2 minutes walk to → JR Miyajima Ferry. Ferry takes about 10 minutes → 10 minutes walk from Miyajima Pier to → Itsukushima Shrine. There is also a river cruise boat to Miyajima that can be taken from the river at the east entrance to Peace Park, in front of Caffe Ponte Italiano. 2,200 yen (one way) 4,000 yen (round trip). Takes about 45 minutes to Miyajima. Very relaxing !

    ・Shukkeien (Japanese Garden)
    From Hotel Xcell Nagarekawa → 7 minute walk (500m) to → Hatchobori Station. Take the Dentetsu Line 9 streetcar bound for Hakushima for about 5 minutes → Get off at “Shukkeien-mae” Station and cross the street heading east. Short walk. You can also just walk to the garden from the hotel if you feel like having a leisurely stroll. It’s about a 20 minute walk.

    ・Hiroshima Castle
    From Hotel Xcell Nagarekawa → 7 minute walk (500m) to → Hatchobori Station. Take the Dentetsu Line 9 streetcar bound for Hakushima for about 3 minutes → Get off at “Shukkeien-mae” Station and head west → 5 minute walk (450m) → Hiroshima Castle.

    ・Mazda ZOOM ZOOM Stadium
    From Hotel Xcell Nagarekawa → 6 minute walk (450m) to → Hatchobori Station. Take the Misako Line bus bound for Misako 2-chome for about 15 minutes → Get off at “Mazda Stadium Mae” → 3 minute walk (300m) to → Mazda ZOOM ZOOM Stadium.

  • How to enjoy other things in and around Hiroshima

    Yamato Museum (Kure Town)At the location which prospered as the military port where the famous battleship "Yamato" was built and the town of Japan's number one naval arsenal during WWII. A museum that introduces "science and technology".
    AccessTakes about 30 minutes by train on the rapid Akiji Liner on the Kure Line from Hiroshima Station. 7 minute walk from Kure station (600m)

    Orizuru TowerA building where you can experience the importance of peace and the "Orizuru Wall" where you can throw folded paper cranes into. There is also a gift shop with an abundance of Hiroshima souvenirs, making it a spot where you can enjoy Hiroshima all at once.
    AccessFrom Ebisu-cho Station, take the streetcar (Lines 1, 2 or 6) and get off at Kamiyacho Nishi / East, then walk for 4 minutes (350m).

    OkonomimuraThe famous food called “Okonomiyaki” was a popular comfort food among common people before the war. Okonomimura (Okonomi Village) is a spot that is loved not only by people coming from outside the prefecture, but also by locals because of its taste, liveliness, and friendly atmosphere that are the same as when it was first opened.
    Access3 minute walk from the hotel

    Fudenosato Kobo Brush MuseumKumano Town has a 180-year history and is famous for "Kumano Brushes", which has the highest domestic production of brushes in Japan. This facility plays a central role in creating a “brush village.” There is a select area in the museum where 31 companies have opened stores, including calligraphic works and a wide variety of makeup brushes. Kumano brushes are also used for the world's leading brands of makeup brushes, and all of them are of first-class quality.

    Takehara Town / Rabbit Island There is a preservation area of traditional houses and buildings which is packed with the wisdom and ingenuity of our predecessors. The decoration of the lattice called "Takehara lattice" is different for each house, and it is stylishly devised. You can take a leisurely stroll while enjoying the streets that make you feel like you have traveled back in time to the Edo period. There are also places where you can experience bamboo crafts and uniquely styled Japanese restaurants. Guided tours are available and a beautiful seaside town with lots of history around the first Japanese whiskey producer. While you’re in Takehara, take a short ferry ride over to see the famous island of rabbits! Check the link for details.
    AccessApproximately 1hour 49 minutes by JR Train from Hiroshima Station. Get on the Sanyo Line towards Hiro. Get off at Hiro and continue on the Kure Line towards Itozaki. Get off at Takehara Station. There is also a bus from the Hiroshima Bus Station. Takes about 1hr 10mins.

    Tomonouraa town that prospered during the Edo period as a "port of waiting for the tide," has carefully preserved the everlasting night lights, temples, shrines, and townhouses that have remained since that time. It is also known because of the “Iroha Maru Incident”, in which the ship "Iroha Maru", with the famous Samurai/Politician, Ryoma Sakamoto aboard was sunk off the coast of Tomonoura. About 30 minutes by bus from Fukuyama Station. You can fully feel the nature with a short trip to Sensui Island (uninhabited island) while you’re there.

    Kintaikyo Bridge in Iwakuni Town The 3 arches bridge is a very rare structure in the world. You can enjoy the colorful scenery of the four seasons, with cherry blossoms in Spring, night views of cormorant fishing and fireworks in Summer, colored leaves in the natural forest of Shiroyama in Autumn, and snow scenery in Winter. There are many restaurants nearby where you can enjoy traditional local cuisine, such as Iwakuni sushi.
    AccessAbout 60 minutes by JR Train from Hiroshima Station. After getting off at Iwakuni Station, it’s about 20 minutes by bus.

    AkiyoshidoA vast karst plateau with abundant natural fauna. 100m underground in Akiyoshidai, there is one of the largest limestone caves in Japan that opens at the southern foot of the mountain. The sightseeing course in the cave is about 1km (total length exceeds 10.7km and is the second largest in Japan). The temperature is constant at 17 ℃ (62.6°F) throughout the four seasons, cool in summer and warm in winter, so you can enjoy sightseeing comfortably.
    AccessAbout 60 minutes by JR Train from Hiroshima Station. After getting off at Shin Yamaguchi Station, it’s about 40 minutes by bus.

    Iwami GinzanIwami Ginzan was once famous as one of Japan's leading silver mines. It was registered as a World Heritage Site in July 2007, and you can still see the townscape that prospered from almost 400 years of Silver mining.
    AccessApproximately 150 minutes by bus from the Hiroshima Shinkansen Exit or Hiroshima Bus Center. 120 minutes by train.

    Kurushima Kaikyo BridgeCompleted in 1999, it boasts the largest scale of the Shimanami Kaido (sea route) and is the world's first triple suspension bridge that connects Oshima and Shikoku across the Kurushima Kaikyo in Imabari City and the Seto Inland Sea. It is also a world-famous cycling area.