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... which was the best tempura I've had yet! It was crab!! I've never even seen that in Canada, oh it was delicious! I love the feel of Japanese restaurants, cozy and intimate yet lovely and exciting! They aren't very big and thus only have a few tables, but the chefs are right in front of you running the show. Orders are quick so people are coming and going all the time. Justin and I also ordered sake! Hmm hmm good! So smooth and really flavourful! For 500Y, I couldn't believe ...
... road hoping it would take me to the hiking path. Within a few minutes I found a Kayaking store that had maps of the area, finding the trail started just a few metres down the road across a bridge on the other side of the river.
I took a map, pausing to sit down for a moment and plan my hiking. I had to be back in Sandankyo at 3.30pm to take the express highway bus back to Hiroshima; otherwise I would have to catch a later bus that would instead ...
... as the rain was in for the long haul.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the victims of genocidal atomic bombs on August 8th 1945, dropped by American bomber planes towards the end of WW2. The whole city of Hiroshima was wiped out as the bombs explosion reverberated a 1000 square km's. 140,000 people perished not just from the initial impact, but from radioactive related illnesses that developed further down the line. In central Hiroshima the shell of the former Prefactural ...
... it all together was music. I was privileged to witness young and old come together (so to speak) and join in dance and song to what I have long believed is the greatest rock and roll song ever written and recorded - Twist and Shout. Lucky for you, my faithful readers, in poor quality lighting and sound I captured video of an Australian band of brothers wearing German ...
... JR trains, and the Miyajima ferry operated by JR. This would have made the journey very cheap...had I not left the rail passes in the hotel room. So the journey ended up costing me an extra $25 return for ferry and rail tickets which should have been free.
It was quite cold in the centre of Hiroshima, but there was definitely no signs of snow, but as we approached the Hiroshima port we noticed vehicles driving around ...