AEON Mall Hiroshima Fuchu

Around 200 stores, restaurants, cafes and a multiplex cinema, east of Hiroshima Station. There is a lot of parking, but during holiday seasons and at weekends, especially if when it rains, it gets very busy and traffic queues to get in can be long.

Formerly known as Diamond City Soleil (and then just Soleil), AEON Mall Hiroshima Fuchu is one of the biggest shopping malls in the area. Below is a selection of stores at time of writing (November 2016). Is one of your favorite stores missing or has one of the stores listed close or moved? Send us a message or post a comment below and we’ll update the post.

1st Floor (Ground Floor)

Food & drink

  • Godiva
  • Starbucks

2nd Floor

3rd Floor

Food & drink

  • Baskin Robins
  • Dotour Coffee
  • Hawaiian Pancake Factory
  • Tully’s Coffee

4th Floor

  • Hiroshima Wald 11 Cinema

Free WiFi
Select AEON MALL in your digital device to connect to free WiFi in the mall (available on the 1st floor at ‘Star Gallery’ in front of Starbucks and ‘Sun Gallery’ near ZARA and in the 3rd floor food court).


The mall is a 5 minute walk from Tenjingawa Station which is one stop to the east of Hiroshima Station and served by local trains bound for Saijo and Kure.

¥100 shuttle bus service
From in front of the Sheraton Hotel next to Hiroshima Shinkansen Station (the north or mountain side of the station)
09:40-22:00 (weekdays)
08:45-21:30 (weekends and national holidays)
Every 15 minutes until 19:00 on weekdays and 18:30 on weekends and holidays from when they run every 30 minutes.

From the mall back to Hiroshima Station
10:05-23:00 (weekdays)
08:45-21:30 (weekends and national holidays)
Every 15 minutes until 18:50 on weekdays and 19:20 on weekends and holidays from when they run every 30 minutes.

5000 parking spaces
Weekdays free for 4 hours (¥200/30 min after)
Weekends & national holidays free for 3 hours (¥200/30 min after)

Address: 2-1-1 Ozu Fuchu-nakamachi, Aki-gun, Hirohsima-ken
Address in Japanese: 〒735-8588 広島県安芸郡府中町大須2-1-1

Paul Walsh

Paul arrived in Hiroshima "for a few months" back in 1996. He is the co-founder of and loves running in the mountains.

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