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

Train Hopscotch

A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 17, 2015

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... say one more anime thing come to life). Eventually, I had all my pictures and headed back to the hostel to get a recommendation for dinner.
I asked for a noodle place (love noodles!) and was directed to a tsukemen place called Bakudanya. Tsukemen is a ramen noodle dish that instead of the noodles coming in a soup, you dip it in a spicy sauce. For those who love spicy food, this would have been one of your favorite places to go. I really enjoyed it, but I asked for ...

School Update!

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on Apr 19, 2015


... version of morning meeting in Japanese before me and then I do my morning meeting in English. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more English. During my morning meeting we review the calendar, counting, the weather, and how each student is feeling today. Another interesting thing is in Japan no one asks "how are you?" usually when greeting other they just say "Konichiwa" or "Ohayou Gozimasu (Good morning)." In America, when we speak to others we say ...

Hiroshima history

A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 16, 2015

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... one we had in Cambodia years ago. A dish on a gas burner with broth is on the table with a plate of vegies and strips of meat. The food is put into the broth til cooked them you scoop it out and dip it into a tasty sauce and eat. We got through a reasonable amount in the 90 minute time slot and filled the belly. We got a little plastic tub of ice cream for dessert which Scott squeezed out rather quickly and it landed on the floor! We bunked down for the last time at David's place and slept ...


A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 15, 2014

... cranes illustrated the story of a young Japanese girl who escaped immediate injury from the atomic bomb but later died from leukaemia due to the A Bomb's radiation. The museum also described the strength, courage and hope of Hiroshima after the bombing. Water service was never interrupted and tram service was re-initiated just three days after the attack. The actions of the tram employees had lead still to this day a strong affection for trams in ...

Hiroshima (Day 5)

A travel blog entry by cmb_23 on Oct 22, 2014

2 comments, 37 photos

... surprised to hear the neither Cindy nor Wendy had heard the story of 'A thousand Paper Cranes'. A story I'm sure I've heard numerous times on Play School.

The young girl in that story was prominently featured throughout the museum and as a symbol of the effect of war on children through the garden. Here's the story: _the_Thousand_Paper_Cranes

After the museum we headed out into the ...