Business Ryokan Futaba

Address: 5-31 Dohashicho, Nakaku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0854, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5-31 Dohashicho, Nakaku, Hiroshima, is near Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, The Cenotaph, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, and Hiroshima Children's Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

Hiroshima history

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 16, 2015

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... to discover what happened on that day the bomb was dropped and for many years after. Many exhibits were just so sad and tragic tales of death and injury but serves as a reminder of what we shouldn't do and why wars are so futile. We had some ramen lunch and a short sit down before going to check out the castle. The castle is no where near as impressive as some in the area but considering it was pretty well totally destroyed during the war, it is understandable. It was ...

Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 15, 2014

After a healthy breaky of strawberries and mandarin oranges we walked to the Hiroshima loop bus (which our Japan Rail Passes covered! Wahoo!). We took a short ride catching our first glimpse of the Atomic Bomb Dome before arriving at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. Admission was $1 each and we enjoyed a tour with an English speaking guide. I don't think I was prepared for what I was about to see. When we visited Berlin we had already been exposed ...

Taking a bullet

A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 14, 2014

... but I think some of what I saw and heard will remain with me forever...

I finished off the Hiroshima experience with a few kilometre run from the hostel to the remnants of the rebuilt castle and then again around the peace gardens and memorials. It really is a remarkable and pleasant city. As an aside, just two weeks of far from athletic living demonstrated how much easier it is to become unfit than fit...
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From the wreckage

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 02, 2014

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... burning flame. It is said the flame will only be extinguished upon complete nuclear disarmament and when the last nuclear weapon is destroyed.


There is also a children's monument- originally built to commemorate Sadako Sasaki. She had been diagnosed with leukemia 10 years after exposure to the bomb at age 2. It is believed that in Japan the crane symbolizes longevity and vitality and Sadako thought that if she could make ...

Atomic bomb city

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jun 06, 2014

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... which was also very good, especially the exhibition that was on.
Walking around wasn't a lot of fun so was a bit restricted by the rain to venture too far although I'm sure I didn't miss much. Things like the castle etc. were totally destroyed (they have recreated a little bit of it) but there is no real historic things to see - all gone.
Spent the evening with three others at a games place. Nine floors. The first three were amusement stuff and the next ...