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

A powerful anti nuclear symbol.

A travel blog entry by tanglt on Jun 11, 2015

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... exhibit inside. We then strolled over to the art museum and decided that we don't need to look at European paintings. We walked around and chanced upon a second hand store where Linda bought about 7 yards of Kimono fabric for 1000. We were actually able to find a noodle restaurant with a little bit of help and tried some tsukimi noodles, famous in Hiroshima. The rest of the day was spent walking around visiting a number of stores. ...

Stepping into the unknown

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 01, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... it is apparently Golden Week here, another reason that getting accommodation is near impossible, she has handed us off to a guest house, where no English is spoken. We have been in contact with a man called Hara Kent, who does speak a little English and who has now made himself responsible to help us.

We have booked a bus to Izumo, which we now think must be a fishing village from what Hara has told us, and it doesn't sound like there are many buses about. We ...

Visit to Hiroshima Castle

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 03, 2015

2 comments, 22 photos

... main and second compound at the centre. The palace covered an area of 12,000 sq.mts and functioned both as the daimyo's residence and the seat of government.

The arrival of Commodore Perry in 1853 saw the abolition of the Shogunate in 1867. It marked the end of the age of the samurai that had begun some 800 years earlier in the Kamakura period.

During WWII, the castle was used as a military garrison and some 10,000 lost ...

Hiroshima and Miyajima.

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 16, 2014

... from the hotel and sat watching the chilly city pass by. The atomic dome looks quite forlorn in the chilly morning light but as the sun burned through the fog a surprisingly attractive city appeared before us. Many Japanese cities are quite ugly and functional but Hiroshima is very lovely with trees and open spaces. Katie echoed what I remember being my reaction to the city somehow you think it will be different after that terrible bomb and it is odd to ...

Hiroshima - Peace, Hot Springs and Okonimiyaki!

A travel blog entry by ginanao on Oct 14, 2014

30 photos

... allowing a foreigner in. I didn’t experience that part of it as much, don’t get me wrong I noticed people looking as I expected because of course I am foreign to them and one woman at least did vacate when I got in one of the pools but I also had women smiling and just being normal. I think that men may be a little more unforgiving in their own territory and essentially we were involving ourselves in matters that they consider traditional and private.

I ...