Business Ryokan Futaba

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

Japan Week 1: Tokyo, Sapporo & Hiroshima (so epic)

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jun 05, 2014

5 photos

... 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 Powers That Be

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Mar 28, 2014

15 comments, 35 photos

... in an intersection quickly setting up to entertain the shoppers. I decided to wait a while and listen to their music. I was curious to hear their style of music. In a short period of time they began to play and to my utter amazement, they played Simon and Garfunkel's America. Unbelievable! You know, in AA, they talk about a Higher Power. I believe in a Higher ...

Hiroshima and the A-Bomb then travelled to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by drclad on Jan 07, 2014

13 photos

... to it, of the actual day and of the immediate aftermath. It was horrific...they had displays of burned clothes, a watch that had stopped at 8.15am exactly, the time of the explosion, pictures of people with horrendous burns and skin hanging off, stories of children being killed on their way to school or work - a lot of children were forced to clear expanses of land to create fire blocks which meant many of them were outside when the bomb hit, stories of ...

We will never forget Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Oct 29, 2013

... in itself. Overall I don't believe that this hall intended to make anyone sad but rather to honor those who had fallen during the bomb. It's also a way for family members to research their ancestors so that no one is forgotten. After the hall we decided to check out the Hiroshima Peace Memorial museum and on the way we had 2 groups of kids come up to ask us questions for school as they were learning English. It was super cute and one of the girls gave me a ...

Learning from our mistakes

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 10, 2013

4 comments, 20 photos

It's one of those travel days that, when looking back on the events, I don't really know how to go about recounting them. Today, we took the Shinkansen to Hiroshima. That alone should explain a little as to why I am at a loss for words. How do you go about telling a story about such a place? How do you try to put words to such feelings, such atrocities, such hope and renewal?

The city thrives today; on its ...