Comfort Hotel Hiroshima Otemachi
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... as if there would have been a small sun. In the center of the detonation it was over 1 million degrees and above ground it was 3'000°C for 3 seconds. Skin burned away and quite all the buildings were blown away, most of them beeing wooden, where they burried people alive. It must have been terrible. One of the most interesting facts for me were what the radiation did with the body of surviving people. First of all because I am a med studant and second ...
Monday, May 18, 2015 Today is the beginning of Phase 2 of our trip. We no longer have the luxury of having all of our arrangements and schedules determined by someone else. We will now have to learn how to fend for ourselves in Japan. We woke up at about 6 am and took care of some e-mails and had a shower before breakfast. Today was the last breakfast that was included with our tour package so we indulged in a breakfast buffet on the first level of ...
... He traveled the path that Buddhism took from China and the Middle East to Japan and this experience made his work very international and world renowned. He passed away in 2009, but we met his younger brother who's the owner of a gallery that features Hirayama’s work and spent some time enjoying the gallery.
In close proximity to the art gallery was Kosanji Temple. Konsanji Koso was a very rich man ...
... after having a couple of cocktails and chatting with some Welsh guys in the hotel bar, we found a nearby restaurant in the train station that sold okonomiyaki. This is a pancake with noodles, pork, vegetables and an egg on top. It was covered with a sauce which was I think soy sauce based, it was delicious and I was pleased we had managed to sample the local delicacy. It was then time for bed, finally a proper one, no more sleeping on the ...
... quite an appetite.
The local specialty here is Okonomiyaki - batter and cabbage, mixed with seafood or meat, all cooked to perfection on a griddle. You can get this in other cities too. However, it is only here that you can get it Hiroshima style, where they add in noodles and layers of other delicious ingredients like cheese! The line up outside is long and the place very small. It must be good and ...