Hiro Station Hotel Regent House

4-29 Hironakacho, Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 737-0131, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kure


A travel blog entry by amlwortley


... beautiful island with very friendly deer keen to fin out if have any food for them. This place would be stunning during the spring when the cherry blossoms are out. We tried hot oysters- they are cooked in their shell and served with a splash of soy like ...

A Day at Miyajima

A travel blog entry by hotta3

... idea on stairs. Whoops! Right on her butt. Ankle twist too. Bachi? Perhaps. Other people show compassion. J's family? Sure, a little. We're not ogres. The good news is that there was a stream flowing below the bridge where M and I splashed water on our heads. The walk back turned out to be pretty pleasant under the canopy of the maple trees. Listening to the loud semi (the bugs, not trucks). We make it back down to ...

Hiroshima, Japan

A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013


... and only a plaque with text and a picture of the devastation now marks the location. Having taken in as much of Hiroshima's Peace Park as we felt we could at one time, we changed our focus for the rest of the day and moved on to Miyajima. This involved yet another train ride, followed by a short ferry. Miyajima is actually an island, billed as one of the three most scenic sights in Japan. I have no idea what the other two are, but I can attest to Miyajima ...

Okinomiyaki in Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by justln


From Kamikochi, it took us forever (almost all night) to decide where to go next. We finally landed on an agreeable place that Hiroshima would be it.

Obviously known for the disaster that occurred at the end of WWII when America dropped the world's first atom bomb on innocent civilians, Hiroshima has since been a city dedicated to peace and the movement to abolish nuclear warfare and testings. ...

Hirosima history and local food called okonomiyaki

A travel blog entry by bahr-san


... br> We then walked Hiroshima station since we had time still before our
train would leave. We saw a parfait/ ice
cream shop but we didn’t buy anything since the prices were too high but they
looked amazing (pictures below of course).
Then I went to a McDonalds to sit and update my blogs (not post them
since still no internet but at least write them so that they were ready when I
got internet access again). While I ...


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