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I got to end our visit with a visit to the doctorfish. It's illegal in the states because you must be able to clean or throw away items used in cosmotology. My feet were sooo smooth afterwards :)
According to a famous list written by scholar Hayashi Razan in 1643, Miyajima is one of The Three Views of Japan. It was well worth the trip.
... have two ferries in perpetual motion between shore and island, and another company has three, it is a place where you can always find a spot on your own if you want one. There are three different routes up the hill for the view; given time I would have taken the one through Omoto park, which was almost deserted, but a hangover had delayed my start and I wanted to get back to buy a bus ticket to Fukuoka. If you don't fancy waking, there's a ropeway, which makes me think of ...
... She told us what she remembered through an interpreter. She said she was at the window and saw a red light - at first she thought it was the most beautiful scene and it reminded her of a sunset. The blast threw her against a wall then and glass shards embedded into her from the window. She remembers becoming conscious and nobody in her community knowing what happened until people who were closer to the bomb started ...
... to report on.
We eventually ended up winding through a street lined and restaurants before reaching a gondola that could take you to the top of Mt. Misen, which is in the center of Miyajima. We got one way gondola passes and decided to hike up the mountain and take the gondola back down. This was one of the activities we had been looking forward to the most. We chose the easiest course that was described as having some slopes, but being ...
... have no fear of humans. They were rummaging through bags and trying to get thier mouths around anything they could! We walked along the coast of the island to the O-Torri Gate, at high tide it looks like the gate is floating on the water and is the entrance into the Itsukushima-jinja shrine. It's said that if you walk under the torii gate at low tide that you will be blessed with good fortune - obviously when we were there it was high tide!
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