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... the decision to maximize the number of civilians being killed from being prosecuted as war criminals.
We then found the Hiroshima shopping arcade. Apparently, Daiso was founded in Hiroshima, so there are 3 Daiso stores in the mall which is only about 5 blocks long. We found the Okonomiyaki village just off the end of the mall. There are probably 30 restaurants each seating no more than a dozen people serving the ...
... challenging with its charred school uniforms and attached information about the owners and their fates). - Visited Hiroshima-jo (castle) and te neighbouring Shukkei-en (gardens). - Did some shopping in Hondori (vital flip-flops for James - surprisingly found the right size!). WE ATE: - went to Okonomi-mura which has 28 small Okonomiyaki stalls crammed into three floors. The one we chose ...
... main and second compound at the centre. The palace covered an area of 12,000 sq.mts and functioned both as the daimyo's residence and the seat of government.
The arrival of Commodore Perry in 1853 saw the abolition of the Shogunate in 1867. It marked the end of the age of the samurai that had begun some 800 years earlier in the Kamakura period.
During WWII, the castle was used as a military garrison and some 10,000 lost ...
... that she would have success with her exams and Katie was very pleased. She decided to join the others and tie the fortune strip to the stand and leave it there to be fulfilled. We spent a couple of hours looking around the shrine and decided to have lunch. There is quite a holiday feel about the island which must be very enjoyable in the warmer months. There are crooked streets and streams making it a truly lovely place. There are a large number of shops ...
... small bags and the like, made from material available in almost all the shops. And yeah, it was here that I bought my first Japanese souvenirs. I also took a picture of the lovely lady proudly showing off her bags made from the material samples available. She was so proud to show off her work.
Once we'd purchased our souvenirs, we headed around through the rear of the village (which was interspersed with the touristy part of the island), and made ...