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... to ask how to get to such and such a tube station. A Japanese couple, clearly as disatisfied with my answer as he was, proceeded to assist and furthermore a teenage girl lent a pen and pad so the lady could write the instructions down for the person in need. I still say I was right mind you.
Day one I ventured straight to The National Museum (as I tend to). The art section comprising of scrolls, calligraphy, paintings, Samurai armour and numerous other ...
... over 400 years ago, but got destroyed by the atomic bomb blast. The present tower was reconstructed in 1958 and now serves as a museum to exhibit historic artifacts. It stands proud and is impressive to look at. The guys had great fun trying on a child size samurai outfit, myself a kimono. The museum was interesting and fun for all ages.
Everywhere, the cherry blossom trees were in full bloom, with many people around to capture a photo. They only blossom for one ...
... shelter for orphaned children.
Next we walk to the cenotaph for the A-bomb victims and if you look through it you can see the flame of peace and the A-bomb dome in the distance, as they are all in a straight line. The flame will stay lit until all the atomic weapons in the world are destroyed.
We move onto the Children's Peace monument, which has children on it and a crane bird on the top of it. This monument is extremely sad as a little girl ...
... probably wouldn't meet US codes either. The merchandise included a lot of the usual American Costco items, along with many local brands, all in big sizes that would be a strain to fit into a typical Japanese house. The floor are concrete, but much smoother than the concrete floors in the American Costco stores, and they are immaculately clean. As in California, the pharmacy is open to non-members. Unlike the stores in ...
... We have to leave Miyajima earlier than anticipated because there is a typhoon headed for Tokyo causing train delays. As awesome as the Shinkasen trains are....apparently going 300+kph in the rain is too much for them :( . In the 2.5 weeks we've been here there has been an earthquake and now a typhoon in Tokyo.....why do people live there? Cause its awesome! Hopefully our plane can still take off in a typhoon...if not, I can't think of anywhere I'd rather be stuck, except ...
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