Hiro Station Hotel Regent House

Address: 4-29 Hironakacho, Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 737-0131, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-29 Hironakacho, Kure.
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Day 8 - Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by gjsk on Sep 15, 2014

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Took the local train to (Hakubi Line) to Okayama, and then the bullet train (Shinkansen Sakura) to Hiroshima. Total travel time of about an hour. The Shinkansen is like business class and probably quieter. Hiroshima is a bigger busier city and the main public transport are the street cars (trams) which cost $6 for an all day ticket. Check in to Japanese hotels is 3:00 so we left the bags at the hotel and headed off to the Peace Park. As ...

People of the Japanese Culture

A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... I like to think I'm burning calories while sweating, but I haven't looked that up to be sure. However, the people of Japan, regardless of the heat, maintain their cultural beliefs and cover up. Men and women run in long sleeve t-shirts, pants, longer shorts, workers dress in long sleeves and suits. My naive American self did not bring anything like this. So, I went with what I had, which was a tank top and a pair of normal American shorts. Those of ...

Peace

A travel blog entry by the_saws1 on Oct 29, 2013

4 photos

... much it.

Our first stop was the Hall of Remembrance which represents a 360 degree panorama of the A-bombed city as seen from the hypo centre, made using 140,000 tiles to mark the number of victims who are estimated to have died by the end of 1945. The lower half of the wall displays the names of the 226 neighbourhoods that comprised of the city at the time of the bombing. The lower the name, the closer that neighbourhood was to the hypo centre. When ...

The Foreigner in Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by modernsamuraij on Sep 19, 2013

... crying without understanding why themselves. The site is closed off and it's amazing how all form of color just fades away where this building stands. All around this site there is beautiful white stone and lush green grass but as you get closer to the building the grass turns to rubble and fallen bricks and then there's the building, devoid of life, color and even time itself. I've never seen something that seems so oblivious to time itself. It's ...

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

A travel blog entry by plentyofsunblog on Mar 27, 2013

... few other monuments we missed before going into the memorial hall which was very peaceful and quiet. It was designed really well and felt a fitting place where those who died or lost people could find peace. After we left there, we just wondered around a bit more before heading back to the hostel on the tram. We had spent quite a long time in the park so didn't really have time to do anything else. After resting back in the hostel for a bit, we went out and got dinner and that was our ...

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