Hotel Cuore Nagasaki Ekimae
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... recipe for the porcelain. The stone was crushed and water was added to make the clay for making the pieces of porcelain. There was also the process of baking the porcelain in large ‘step kilns’ all fueled by wood and of course the task of painting and firing the pottery again. Next came the task of transporting it to Nagasaki where it was sent by ship to Europe. In its heyday, porcelain was worth more than gold or silver.
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We were about an hour late coming in to port this morning. The captain said it was a combination of some rough seas slowing us down along with an hour delay for the medical evacuation last night and another hour delay in leaving our original port in Yokohama due to another medical emergency. He said that they were able to make up most of the time, but not all of it. Because of the delay we actually had time to watch the shoreline as we came into Nagasaki. ...
The area has now been declared a world peace park and is decorated by sculptures donated by various countries all around the world. At the head of the park is a very large, attractive statue of a well toned Japanese figure pointing at the heavens and another outstretched in peace. It's all very lovely what they've done with the space so to spend about an hour wandering around enjoying to artworks in a well kept green space was a touching way to spend ...
... 1945, it was hit by an atomic bomb sent by the U.S. which helped to end World War II. It was the second time in which the atomic bomb had been used against people. The first was Hiroshima. We went to the museum, which is nicely set up at ground zero. It was quite an experience to actually be in the spot where the bomb was most destructive. The museum was an emotional and learning experience as well. We saw before and after ...
... water is so good. Then we found the start of the carp area. Both sides of the street had water channels running through full of colourful koi carp. We found a "resting house" where you could walk around the traditional building and look at the gardens. Then we found another house, part of it on stilts surrounded by a huge pond. It was so beautiful. The water was crystal clear and full of koi carp. You could sit right at the edge of the decking area, dangling your feet over the water. ...