Hotel New Matsuo

Address: 14-9, Kamiosuga-cho, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 732-0056, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Hiroshima Station area of Hiroshima, is near Hiroshima Castle, Hiroshima Museum of Art, Mazda factory, and Hijiyama Park.
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      A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 11, 2014

      ... maps on the TV news, the part of Kyushu where I am going was not the hardest-hit part of the island.

      My first day in Hiroshima, I went to the City of Hiroshima Museum of Contemporary Art. There was a special exhibition about postwar residential architecture in Japan, mostly documentation of innovative designs from the 1950's and beyond. From the phographs, films, and models, you could see that the architects ...

      Hiroshima on foot

      A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Sep 02, 2014

      ... From there, we walked to the garden beside the castle and took many pictures as we walked around the beautiful grounds. There was a nice arched bridge across the pond in the garden, and you could buy food to feed the coy fish, which Lennea did as i took pictures of the 50 or so fish push and shove to be closest to the surface so they could get at the food. ...

      Japan Week 1: Tokyo, Sapporo & Hiroshima (so epic)

      A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jun 05, 2014

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      ... Peace Memorial Hall.
      Of the other sights of interest, the Museums of Art (solely western "Masters" paintings) and Contempory Art (more interesting and relevant) respectively are more than acceptable, but two days is certainly all you need here.
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      Dead people, Okonomiyaki and winning

      A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 19, 2014

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      This morning I woke up at the crack of dawn to make sure I went to morning prayers with the monks. It was absolutely freezing cold! Morning prayers were split into 2 ceremony, one in the main the monastery and the other just outside in a smaller temple. For the first session we sat in silence facing the altar, whilst the monks recited prayers (in Japanese). The second session was a more elaborate affair, the temple was a lot smaller, so is was very cosy and we ...

      Miyajima and old(ish) Hiroshima

      A travel blog entry by roberton on May 12, 2013

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      ... cue......only sharper. The castle grounds were Japonically immaculate - somehow managing to be pristine without being fussy. People here seem to know how to behave like sensible human beings, so there seems no need for "Do not step on the grass" signs - a bit of wear (but no abuse) somehow makes the place seem properly lived in - like the odd scuff on an old painting. Our next city would have been Himeji, to see its ...