Hiroshima Free WiFi Service Expanded


Hiroshima city has expanded its “Hiroshima Free Wi-Fi” free public LAN service. There are now 59 free WiFi hot spots at city attractions, shopping areas, as well as at Hiroshima Airport, next to Miyajima-guchi ferry terminal and even on board some ferries themselves. Usage is limited to 30-minute blocks, but you can re-connect as many times as you like on your device, such as an iPhone Xr Refurbished, without repeating the registration process for two weeks.   Download the Adventure Travel On The WiFi app and switch on push notifications to get location specific sightseeing and dining information sent straight to your smartphone.

Hiroshima Free WiFi Locations

  • Hiroshima Castle (Castle Tower 1F interactive exhibit vicinity , Castle Tower 5F)
  • Memorial Cathedral for World Peace (entrance vicinity)
  • Peace Memorial Park Rest House [Tourist Information Center]
  • Caffe Ponte
  • Shukkeien (souvenir shop vicinity)
  • Super Jet “MIYAJIMA” (Hiroshima-Kure-Matsuyama sea route)
  • Cruise Ferry “SHIMANTOGAWA” (Hiroshima-Kure-Matsuyama sea route)
  • High Speed Ship “OYASHIO” (Hiroshima-Miyajima sea route)
  • Motomachi CRED Pacela Fureai Plaza (Big Screen vicinity)
  • Port of Hiroshima-Ujina Passenger Termina (1F waiting area)
  • Hondori Shopping Street
  • Kinzagai Shopping Street
  • Ebisu-dori Shopping Street
  • Urabukuro Shopping Street
  • Alice Garden
  • Hiroshima City Cultural Exchange Hall (Bunka Koryu Kaikan) (1F front desk lobby)
  • JR Hiroshima Station south exit underground plaza Tourist Information Center (vicinity)
  • The Former Bank of Japan Hiroshima Branch (1F multipurpose hall)
  • Aster Plaza (Hiroshima International Youth House) (1F general counter vicinity)
  • Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (1F entrance)
  • International Conference Center Hiroshima (1F International Exchange Lounge)
  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum (1F Free Rest Lounge (Aogiri), and part of the entrance lobby)
  • Hiroshima City Manga Library (2F reading room)
  • Kamiya-cho Shareo (central plaza vicinity)
  • Hiroshima Airport (in the arrival and departure lobbies and in the boarding area)
  • Miyajimaguchi Momijihonjin


Paul Walsh

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