Introduction of a Multilingual Audio Guide System on the Tourist Cruiser “SEA SPICA” Used by G7 Leaders at the Hiroshima Summit

The tourist cruiser “SEA SPICA” played a significant role in the G7 Hiroshima Summit held in May 2023, serving as a vessel for transporting leaders of participating nations. In order to further enhance the experience for passengers, both domestic and international, a multilingual audio guide system has been implemented on the ship.

Features of the System

Languages Supported: The system currently supports four languages: Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean.
Content: The audio guide provides detailed information on various aspects of the cruise, including:
Scenic highlights along the route
Historical and cultural significance of landmarks
Local customs and traditions
Stories related to the G7 Hiroshima Summit

Enhanced Accessibility: The multilingual audio guide system caters to a wider range of passengers, allowing them to fully appreciate the cruise regardless of their language proficiency.
Improved Learning Experience: The informative content provides passengers with a deeper understanding of the region’s history, culture, and significance.
Greater Satisfaction: The system contributes to a more enriching and enjoyable experience for all passengers.

The introduction of the multilingual audio guide system on the “SEA SPICA” marks a significant step towards enhancing accessibility and enriching the experience for passengers from all over the world. This initiative aligns with the broader goal of promoting tourism in the Hiroshima region and fostering international understanding.

Additional Information:

The “SEA SPICA” operates regular cruises between Hiroshima Port and Mihara Port, offering passengers a unique opportunity to explore the beautiful scenery of the Seto Inland Sea.
The ship is equipped with comfortable seating, spacious decks, and a variety of amenities, ensuring a pleasant and memorable journey for all passengers.