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Public Transport

To use JR trains and the Astramline, first buy a ticket from an automatic ticket machine in the station, then put it into the ticket gate. Keep that ticket, and put it into the ticket gate in the station where you get off.

For other public transport, take a numbered ticket when you get on. A screen in the front of the vehicle will show the fare for each stop for each number. When you get off, pay the fare shown for your ticket number into the fare box.

When boarding a tram (Hiroshima Electric Railway (Hiroden), Inner-city Line), you do not need to take a numbered ticket, because the fare is the same regardless of distance.

You can also buy a PASPY IC card. You can use PASPY on trams, the Astramline and most buses. For the JR lines, we recommend ICOCA IC cards. For more information, inquire at the nearest Hiroden, JR, Astramline, or other public transport office.

Rail lines in Hiroshima City are run by three companies: JR (Sanyo Line, Kure Line, Kabe Line, and Geibi Line), the Hiroden (Inner-city Line and Miyajima Line), and Astramline. Buses in Hiroshima City are run by 12 companies: Hiroden, Hiroshima Bus, Hiroshima Kotsu, Chugoku JR Bus, Geiyo Bus, Bihoku Kotsu, HD Nishi Hiroshima, Forble, Hiroko Kanko, Angel Cab, Sasaki Kanko, and Sogo Kikaku Corporation.


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