To most people, Hiroshima means just one thing. It is a place indelibly inked into world history. That date was 6 August 1945, when Hiroshima became the target of the world’s first atomic-bomb attack. Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park is a constant reminder of that day, and it attracts visitors from all over the world and is sure to be a huge place of interest for fans of all ages and nationalities during the tournament. Hiroshima, with its boulevards and laid-back friendliness, is far from depressing.
Present-day Hiroshima is home to an ever-thriving cosmopolitan community, and it’s worth seeing it during Rugby World Cup 2019. This really is a must-do experience during Rugby World Cup 2019. There is something about Hiroshima that is compelling and will be one of the highlights to visit during your Rugby World Cup adventure.