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And one more burning question. In light of the recent nuclear incidents, where exclusion zones are still in place (think Chernobyl) there is a magnificent city standing under the hypo-centre. Is it still radioactive? And considering my mother is the youngest of 5 and was born just after the war - so for the rest of her family, this happened in their lifetime...but when will the true impact be known? 100 years from now? ...
... the central station and made our way across to the subway line tried to find the ticket machines. We must have looked a bit lost and confused as one of the station staff approached us and offered us a combined aquarium and subway unlimited rail pass for the day, saving us a few quid in the process, brilliant.
We took the tube to Honmachi on the Midosuji line and then switched to Chuo line, taking it all the way to Osakako and ...
... from the early days after the event because the photograph who went there to take photos was paralized by sorrow seeing the depth of the catastrophe and in total took only 5 photos.
I spent about 2 hours there and had no time left to do anything else. I took the tram back to the train station and liked the city from what I could see through the windows.
There I took the train to the south (Kagoshima) and the second part of my journey which is nature-based started! ...
... in the atomic bombing. We then visited the Peace Memorial Museum, and like everything related to wars, it was quite stirring, with pictures, items and stories. Small reminder of the facts: On August 6, 1945 at 8:15 AM, the USA dropped an atomatic bomb on Hirosahima, making it the first city in history to be destroyed by a nuclear weapon, directly killing an estimated 80,000 people. Why Hiroshima? Because among the 4 other cities the Allied ...