Clayton Bay Hotel

3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 737-0822, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure.
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Travel Blogs from Kure

People of the Japanese Culture

A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... one of the only Japanese words I know, "sumimasen", meaning excuse me, taught to me by my friend Yuko, I stopped her and bowed and said thank you in the only language I truly know. I am not sure if my gratitude came across, but she bowed back a deep, slow bow, smiled, looked me in the eye and walked away. I will never see her again, of that, I'm sure, but I'm also sure that I will tell that story a million times and will think of her fondly every single time. See ya. ...

An Emotionally Draining Day in Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 25, 2013

93 photos

... for the survivors. Today it is a symbol for the tenacity of life and rebirth. In fact, a few days later in Kyoto we saw a tree that is an offspring of this survivor.

After all this emotional heaviness, we stopped at an Italian cafe and had a snack of fresh squeezed orange juice (we were worried that we weren't getting nearly enough fruits/veggies in our diet) and more oysters -- this time made a-la-escargot style. We walked around through the very ...


A travel blog entry by mjc76 on Jul 16, 2013

1 photo

... to the top grade. So when the sumos are ready they crouch down on a line and when they are ready they touch both fists to the ground. As soon as both players do that it is all on. Now they are allowed to slap and grab but not punch and the idea is to get the opponent either out of the ring or onto the floor. Sounds simple and it is, like I said most matches last no more than a few seconds but it is quite good to watch. Now it doesn't ...

Hiroshima & Miyajima

A travel blog entry by martinjob on Mar 18, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

Hiroshima is definitely worth a visit if going to Japan. Met a couple from Coventry at the hostel so walked around the city with them on Sunday. The dome (near enough the only remains of the original city and at the epicentre) has been so well preserved, and the peace park and museum across the river shows exactly how Hiroshima have responded in the last 60 years or so. No anger or resentment, just a desire for peace - the mayor has written a letter of ...

Miyajima Island

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 29, 2012

38 photos

... for one hour. I decided to take the tram since I was already at the tram stop rather than going back to the main train station to get the direct train. Also the tram may be more scenic. It seemed to go very slow at first grinding ...