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... Google informed us the weather would be better the next day, and instead we decided to visit the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Museum and Gardens.
After a slow breakfast, we headed back down to the train station in the rain, to hop on board a local tram to the museum.
The tram system was an awesome little system for the city. Essentially a series of loops that ran every 15 minutes and cost a flat fee of $1.20 per trip. ...
... Okonomiyaki. It’s a layer of pancake batter, shredded lettuce, beansprouts, seafood, soba noodles, an egg, another layer of pancake batter and BBQ sauce. We walk to the train station for dinner where we hear they have several restaurants that feature this dish. We find a small place that’s crowed with more people waiting for a seat, so we assume it must be a favorite of the locals. ...
... life, and life size houses. This one is a must see.
To round off day one I ventured to Akibhara Electric town. This is the home of all things anime and computer games. One can't help but notice the over sexualised computer generated figures that are frankly, everywhere. The plethora of neon and shear number of formats of anime, including books, dvds, porn, magazines, comics and of course computer games has to be seen to be believed, I was a little bit blown ...
The shrine and temple are popular as people visit to meditate and even get married. There was a wedding ceremony taking place while I visited. There is much to see and do at Myajima Island and you wouldn't want to miss it should you head out this way.
... that was very close to the hypocentre of the bomb and somehow somewhat survived the bomb although everyone who had been in it was killed instantly). After taking a look at the lovely fountain, we headed into the museum. There was a real message throughout - it was very much about trying to rid the world of nuclear weapons and by the end, you really can't agree more about how utterly terrifying it is that they are still being developed, including in the ...