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... the boundary of sacred and non-sacred land, symbolises a shrine, inside the tori gate gods live and outside of it no gods live.
This means, the whole island is a holy place, the beautiful temples certainly give that impression to. The highest mountain is called Mt. Misen, 535 meters it's peak. I walked up there, hundreds if not thousands of steps had to be climbed, to reach the peak.
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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 ...
... are so fun. after, we got dinner and breakfast at lawsons. we also went to a mister donut, baskin robbins and mcdonalds.
we walked back to the hotel and packed there. the boys would pound on the wall if the knew someone was in the girls room. They even threw coins.
after, we wrote post cards and went to bed.
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... be a heavy one, but one that needed to be experienced. We ventured out early towards the peace memorial park, this was very close to the hypocenter of the blast and suffered some of the worst damage. We decided to go to the museum and see some of the first hand information from that day in 1945. It was sad and heartbreaking to see the museum, but well worth the visit. The use and development of nuclear weapons was a dark day in mans history, and i hope we do not come ...
How do you say, yes, in Japanese? The graceful, middle-aged, Japanese woman smiled and replied, "Hai." I asked her how to say, no, in Japanese and she looked at me in bewilderment as if she had never before heard of that word or that answering that question may lead to some devastating misfortune. More so than any other place I have visited, I find that what little I know of ...
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