Ark Hotel Hiroshima Minami
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So far, the Japan tour has been a very busy show schedule with little time to get out and see all of the sights we want to see. But this past weekend was only 3 days of work and now we have 5 full days off until our next engagement begins in Saitama. It was so nice waking up with no alarm clock, and nothing planned until late in the day. Lennea and I decided to go for a walk with our cameras, as there was ...
... Peace Memorial Hall.
Of the other sights of interest, the Museums of Art (solely western "Masters" paintings) and Contempory Art (more interesting and relevant) respectively are more than acceptable, but two days is certainly all you need here.
The main thing one notices is how polite and respectful the Japanese are. It's so refreshing as to be almost a little too much at times. Tokyo is an insanely busy city (35 million people) however it works ...
... staff could not be more helpful. The museum is very informative and it us impossible to imagine the horrors that took place on the day the atom bomb fell. The Park was beautifully laid out and there were lots of school children there asking foreign visitors about their visit. All very polite and speaking English! Had lunch in a noodle bar by pointing at pictures - very ...
- Had morning free;Peruvian (!?) doorman at hotel (who could do a stunning Aussie accent) suggested a temple (Toji) just down the road
- proved to be a real highlight, as we could take our time enjoying the atmosphere
- Has the tallest (53 metre) wooden 5 story Pagoda in Japan
- very pleasant atmosphere; felt like a ...
... smudge was imprinted on the cement leaving an image of a shadow which was very eerie and gave me goosebumps. At the end it told the story of a little girl that survived the bomb when she was 2 but who later died at the age of 12 from Leukemia that she got from the radiation of the bomb. What makes this story so famous here in Japan is that she tried to fold 1000 cranes in order to get healthy (People here believe that when you make a paper crane you can wish for something ...