Comfort Inn Hiroshima Heiwa-Odori

Address: 3-17 Komachi, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0041, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Chudenmae Station area of Hiroshima, is near Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima City Forestry Park, Fukuro-machi Park, and Gallery Tomita.
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      Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

      Day 14 - The sounds of silence

      A travel blog entry by xensor on Sep 16, 2013

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      ... states that the atomic bombs were used to save lives, in that if the allied powers tried a land invasion it would cost millions of lives instead of the hundreds of thousands killed by the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Who knows if this is really true, if Japan would have fought to the last man or surrendered before that. But what i didn't know is that prior to dropping the bombs the allies demanded an unconditional surrender of Japan knowing full well that they ...

      Mazda Museum & Hiroshima MOCA

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 08, 2013

      ... hard time understanding that the "row-bert" installed windows in the "cher-seas" for three "moddos" of "Maz-der" "curs". I guess I can't complain though. At least they offer a tour in English.

      After catching a train back to Hiroshima Station I walked to the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art aka Hiroshima MOCA. It's a large building but it's sort of hidden in a wooded area overlooking the city. ...

      Shrine at Miyajima and Peace Park

      A travel blog entry by i96ssy on Sep 27, 2012

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      ... freely. We were bits of rebels and fed the deers paper and they even stole a bit of a plastic bag. We then went back to Hiroshima and toured the Museum and we had an audio set that explained in much more detail. The stories I heard were horrific and heartbreaking. The A-Bomb that America dropped on Hiroshima on the 6 August 1945 was fatal. The survivors had their skin peeling off and some were ...


      A travel blog entry by ofraza on Jun 11, 2012

      ... that what the U.S. did was completely necessary and right but you'll never convince me. I'm not sure that they're convinced either. I was fascinated by this part of the museum, but I'll admit, it seemed too dry. Too... factual. I really kind of thought they'd have more information about what the bomb actually did, what happened to the people. Well, that was reserved for the second part of the museum. That was your warning. The hallway to walk in to this part of ...


      A travel blog entry by evelyncurry on Nov 06, 2011

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      ... beautiful, with the rubble lying on the ground. The metal structural bars were bent and rusted. Grass grew around the building. It was like a piece of history saved from that moment, while the rest of the city developed and changed. The Children's Peace Monument was incredible too. There were millions and millions of paper cranes in a rainbow of colors and patterns. Small chains of cranes. ...