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Here’s your official guide to KathNiel’s romantic Hiroshima tour!

WATCH: KathNiel visits historic Hiroshima for #KathNielLovesJapan episode 2!

Chandral Selim
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Chandral Selim

3/1/2019 in News
Here’s your official guide to KathNiel’s romantic Hiroshima tour!

We enjoyed Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s adventures in Hokkaido on the first episode of the “KathNiel Loves Japan” tour, and now it is time to take a peek at their travels in the beautiful and historic Hiroshima. 

If you wanted to step into KathNiel’s shoes and discover a different world as they did in the second episode, which dropped at 8 PM tonight, February 28, on Star Cinema’s Youtube and Facebook accounts, then below is a special itinerary to guide you in retracing this on-and-off-screen couple’s steps around the Japanese countryside.

First, they visited the historic Hiroshima Castle, which was rebuilt in 1958 after the atomic bombings of World War II. Originally built in the 1500s, it now serves as a museum that houses Hiroshima’s storied history before the destruction of war. 

After learning more about the city, KathNiel went off to lunch where they learned to make Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki for the first time and made us all hungry with their antics. 

And then they were off to Miyajima Island, one of the most beautiful places in Japan, so much so that it is called the Island of the Gods. Their first stop was the Miyajima Omotesando Street for some retail therapy. After their shopping trip, they took their time learning about Japan’s kimono culture before visiting the Itsukushima Shrine. 

To cap off their time in Hiroshima, Kathryn gave Daniel a short but heartwarming letter that made him feel like a king. It read, “Bal, this is going to be our best year together. Thank you for all the love you’ve given me. I promise to love and stay with you forever. I love you so much!” 

Watch the Hiroshima episode here:

You can also watch the first episode, featuring Hokkaido, here: 

Kathryn and Daniel are Japan’s newest tourism ambassadors from the Philippines. Their trip was made possible through a partnership with the Japan National Tourism Organization.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Kathryn and Daniel topbilled the worldwide Cathy Garcia-Molina blockbuster hit "The Hows of Us" in 2018. That same year, Kathryn joined forces with Sharon Cuneta and Richard Gomez for the family drama "Three Words to Forever".

Daniel, on the other hand, seems to be up for a new project with legendary actress Charo Santos-Concio, according to a teaser from ABS-CBN Films Executive Adviser for Cinema Malou N. Santos.

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