Hiroshima Garden Palace
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... batter was poured over the plate followed by a large amount of shredded cabbage. After that, small lumps of butter (I am guessing on that one) was put on top, together with bean sprouts, strips of pork, a cracked egg and other seasoning. That was pretty much the basic okonomi-yaki. After that, you could order set toppings. Joseph had the basic okonomi-yaki, whereas I had the seafood one which had prawns, scallops and oysters. Unfortunately, they had given mine ...
... it on there when I looked it up at Starbucks. Oh well just have to buy one from home to represent this trip. Andrew wanted his Starbucks for the day but I thought I would pass and do some shopping instead. I ended up spending my 20 minutes inside the H&M store, since I wasn't spending my money of charms I spent it on clothes! Andrew and I then met up and decided to go for a walk down the shopping strip which we discovered was Hondori Street. There wasn't too much to eat here, ...
Another easy and painless Shinkansen ride and I arrived in Hiroshima this morning. I couldn't check into the hotel until 5, so I went for a wander around the Peace Park. It's beautifully laid out and quite thought provoking. The atomic bomb done particularly, is very moving. Then, headed into the museum. It's pretty harrowing. A lot of pictures and displays that you're unlikely to see in a museum in the UK or in the UK ...
... s five storied pagoda, which was originally erected by Kobo Daishi in 826. It stands 57 meters tall, making it the tallest pagoda in Japan, and has become a symbol of both the temple and Kyoto as it can be seen from many places across the city. The ground floor of the pagoda is irregularly opened to the public and houses four smaller Buddha ...
... 8211; well worth a visit. We also
visited Miyajima, one of the holiest places in Japan with its massive floating
Torii gate, wooden rice spoons and maple cookies – cue more photos! The hike up
to the top of the mountain was well worth the view as well. Miyajima is
stunning and the hotel we stayed at had an amazing view of the Strait. It also
served a delicious Kaiseki Ryori meal, Japanese fine dining at its best,
especially as we attended it in our ...