Hotel Daikanso

Address: 1656-3 Komatsu, Suooshima-cho, Oshima-gun, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Chugoku, 742-2106, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1656-3 Komatsu, Suooshima-cho.
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    Travel Blogs from Suooshima-cho

    Hiroshima Food Festival and Miyajima Island

    A travel blog entry by eadestainsby on Oct 17, 2015

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    ... we decide to try the public baths. This requires us to dawn our kimonos and brave the traditional ritual of bath preparation. Thankfully I googled this to get a head's up on what to expect. Well too funny! Oh and John looked great in his kimono. Leaving our flip flops outside the entrance of the baths (the mens and ladies baths were separate - as clothing is not optional unless you want to draw more looks than you already get being the only caucasion in the room lol). I wish I ...

    Momiji Manju, Deer, and O-Torii

    A travel blog entry by tcu on May 22, 2015

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    Surprisingly, the details of Miyajima Island were overlooked by the bloggers, certainly not due to the lack of significance. After a train ride and a ferry to the island, the students were met by "special greeters." The greeters were deer that quickly introduced themselves by eating the paper map in Michael's hand and assertively gestured for more nutritionally balanced snacks. After thwarting the deer's incessant begging for food, the students walked the short distance ...


    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 15, 2014

    ... reached the Atomic Bomb Dome which is one of the only buildings that wasn't decimated. I feel it is a graphic reminder of the devastation mankind can inflict. But it a way it is beautiful, the building itself shows remnants of elaborate design. The vibrant city of Hiroshima now surrounds it and shows that recovery after tragedy is possible. I found the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the Peace Memorial Park really struck me. Our morning complete we ...


    A travel blog entry by gekogirl on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... of the few buildings left standing.

    Then we walked through the Peace Memorial Park stopping to see the Cenotaph for the Atomic Bomb Victims. This is an arched tomb for those that died because of the bomb. Below the arch is a stone chest holding a register of the names, there are over 220,000. We also saw the Flame of Peace and the Children's Peace Monument.

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    From the wreckage

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... sent off. As you arrive at the monument you are met by hundreds and hundreds of cranes. The tradition lives on and is encouraged as a way to remember.

    There is also another monument slightly outside of the park close to the A-Bomb dome. It commemorates the children who were conscripted to fight and some died. Children as young as age 12 were taken from their homes to fight in the effort. The complete loss of innocence ...