Hotel Crecio Kurehondori
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... mainly open for lunch. It was really quiet in the evening as most people just come for a daytrip so I guess the restaurants don't see the value in opening for dinner. Dave wanted to try oysters so we stopped at a small stand. Here they are only served cooked and Dave wanted them raw and natural but he had to go with their way. Compared to the oysters he's had elsewhere he wasn't that impressed but they had to be tried. We then walked to see the torii at night. It is lit up ...
... the beach, spotting a deer that suddenly appeared! Around the corned was the 5 towered castle again featuring the vivid red paint and dating back centuries. More deer were dotted around the area, nuzzling the tourists with a quick forage into any open bags for some food to nibble. One devoured our map! Undeterred by the drizzle we strolled back into town along the winding path filled with touristy shops and local Japanese cafes. Oysters ...
... with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
... a few concrete buildings are not laid flat. Japanese buildings at this time were mostly wood.
The city of Hiroshima is at the forefront of the campaign for nuclear disarmament and applies pressure at all political levels. They remind the world of the devastating consequences of nuclear conflict.
... we took taxis to the hotel. It was so awkward but I slept for about 2 minutes. The doors shut automatically and it was so cool! When we got to the hotel, we couldn't check in yet so we went and took a mini tour of the town. We walked around and got to know the area. Then, we went to the museum of the bombing. It was so sad. There was a model of the buildings that were dented and a model of people exposed to the burns and their skin ...