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... that they really wanted me to go to all of which I declined. I walked around the peace garden and saw the statue for children. Hundreds of paper cranes decorated it because the little girl thought that if she made the cranes she wouldn't be sick anymore. She died. Then I walked to the flame which apparently won't go out until the all the nuclear weapons in the world are gone, I wonder why though they have a nuclear plant or two. Guess ...
Hiroshima is best known as the place the first atomic bomb was used on humans and it has preserved a bit of that history as reminder and deterrent to human kind of the devastation of nuclear weapons. So the first port of call today was the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Peace Memorial Museum. The A-Bomb Dome (as they like to call it in Hiroshima) is a building that survived the atomic bomb. The building had a dome on top of it (not too dissimilar to the Bundestag, in Germany) ...
... through it. It had many pieces of debris with glass embedded glass shards or other effects of the extreme heat. It also had copies of hundreds of letters that the mayor of Hiroshima writes to foreign nations every time a nuclear test occurs.
After the museum Carmen is a bit tired, so we took a taxi back to the train station and headed back to Osaka. A short trip but worth it, especially considering it was free with our JR Rail passes.
... and have dinner in one of the restaurants. I order an anago donburi and Maya steals it from me. she loves it. walk thru the shopping area checking out all the interesting food and omiage. Then I come across a bag of natto sembe! Had to get a couple of bags. It was so weird because it's dry like normal sembe but has the natto feel when you eat it. After that we get.back on the ferry and head back to Hiroshima. So tired. ...
... for them I think was on an internal level and truly immeasurable. They had a chance to change their perspective. Instead of them having to tell their son to open gates and do chores on the farm, their son was now the one telling them to scramble onto a Tokyo train and teaching the art of eating a piece of
sushi. Instead of sitting down for coffee at the neighbor’s house to discuss the weather, they knelt down at a table for rice ...
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