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... sit and enjoy the tranquillity of the view.
There was some beautiful blossoms, as well as some other Spring flowers which are just starting to bloom. Huge fish swim in the deeper pools, and lots of tortoise call the gardens home. We spent quite a few hours walking, sitting, photographing and contemplating in this delightful garden.
As the weather was now turning quite warm, we headed back to the Peace Park, ...
... memorial hall were many first hand accounts of the pain and suffering and loss that befell so many families. It was quite heartbreaking to read these. Last stop of the day was the Peace Memorial Museum. This is an excellent museum displaying artefacts from the day of the bomb explosions. Children’s clothes in tatters, play equipment burned, photos of burned buildings and the mushroom cloud and some of the impossibly bad burn victims all created a depressing ...
... we also didn’t want to waste the small amount of time we had left in Japan as we already had to sacrifice one day to a Typhoon while we were in Tokyo. I decided to bite the bullet and find a Japanese Onsen we could visit. It’s something we had been quietly putting off for a while as it made us uncomfortably nervous! Despite this I knew it was a typically Japanese custom and I wanted to experience all that I could in this wonderful country.
Even though I ...
... Yakitori (Fried Chicken)
o Genkiyaki (Chicken Neck)
o Kimo (Chicken Liver)
o Tsukene (Chicken Meat Balls)
o Kokoro (Chicken Heart)
o Zuri (Chicken Gizzard)
o Yaki Onigiri (Grilled Rice)
o Hasami (Chicken and Leek)
o Negibanban (Chicken Thigh)
· Melon Shaved Ice (Shaved ice with melon syrup)
· Hiroshima style Okonimiyaki (Flat grilled Pancake, Hiroshima style uses noodles where Osaka style uses ...
... covered with a curved roof, similar to the shopping street in Vegas. Although they don't have the elaborate light show that Vegas does, often here they are illuminated with different coloured lights at nighttime. The other thing that was really evident in this city was the effective use if space. Some gas stations have the nozzles hanging from the ceiling and are brought down when needed. Although there are a few parking garages like those in Canada, sometimes ...