English-speaking staff, free wi-fi and plentiful pamphlets. On leaving Hiroshima Station's south exit, descend the escalators to the underground passageway.
On the 6th floor of a book and CD store next to Hiroshima Station, this huge internet cafe has the full range of options – from open seats to private booths – plus shower rooms and food if you want to crash the nigh…
Tourist information office opposite Ikuo Hirayama Museum of Art, with maps and cycling information in English as well as bicycle rental (per day ¥1000), bike-repair tools, lockers and free wi-fi.
Located inside the Chugoku Electric Power Company (中国電力本社) building; consular services by appointment only. Note that no visa services are available in Canadian consulate offices in Japan.
In Peace Memorial Park next to Motoyasu-bashi bridge, this air-conditioned tourist office has comprehensive information, English-speaking staff and a small shop selling souvenirs.
Has English maps and rents out audio guides (¥500). It's opposite the Tomo-no-ura bus stop, attached to a souvenir shop, 500m from the central harbour area.
Supplies local maps, information on the Shimanami Kaidō, and can help with accommodation. English is spoken. It's inside JR Onomichi Station.
Offers a good walking map in English, showing the location of each sake brewery, and free wi-fi.
Post office with international ATM service, located a 10-minute walk from the ferry terminal.
Tourist info inside the ferry terminal on Miyajima.