Hiroshima is the most populated city and the largest economic hub in the Chugoku/Shikoku region. It is home to many manufacturing industries, including automaking and ship-building. As the site of the world’s first atomic bombing, Hiroshima continues to work tirelessly for world peace.
Hiroshima, the largest city in the Chugoku/Shikoku region, and its environs are a major commercial hub and home to a flourishing manufacturing industry centered around automotive production. Other manufacturing industries in the region include aerospace, ship-building, and industrial equipment.
The region has a rich natural environment, and leads Japan in oyster production with a national market share exceeding around 70%.
As well as being the prefectural capital, Hiroshima City is a major center of economic activity and accounts for about half of prefectural GRP.
Many manufacturers, including Mazda Motor Corporation, are headquartered in the region, which is also home to the regional offices of numerous large corporations and banks based in Tokyo and Osaka.
With an array of tourism resources including the Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Dome or Atomic Bomb Dome) and Miyajima on the Northwest side of Hiroshima Bay, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites, the prefecture attracts large numbers of domestic and international visitors.
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