Hotel New Ginkaku

Address: 8-19 Kyobashi-cho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 732-0828, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kanayamacho Station area of Hiroshima, is near Atomic Bomb Dome, Children's Peace Monument, Shukkei-en Garden, and Hijiyama Park.
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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

Hiroshima and Miyajima

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 13, 2015

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... anyone here would steal them.  The castle is only five stories high but it's another lofty viewpoint to cross off and the view is quite good especially of the moat full of carp and turtles.  Beginning to think of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Heroes in a half shell, turtle power!). Back on the bikes and we spend a glorious few hours riding around Hiroshima, they have really thought about cyclists here.  Every path has a cycle lane, curbs are lowered and everyone ...

Sad Day

A travel blog entry by karenkost on Feb 09, 2015

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... had lunch then back to our hotel. Out for supper again later. The food we found in Tokyo was what we as Canadians know to be Japanese food. We have not seen anything familiar to us in Hiroshima (other than McDonalds and the pasta joint). The kids ate at the pasta place again, we tried a Japanese place. We don't really know what exactly we ate but it cost $50 Cdn. and I was still hungry. We walked home. It was cold, it tried to snow all day.

Miyajima and Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Nov 24, 2014

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... outside by the time we had finished. Okonomiyaki is like the Japanese equivalent of a pancake/ bubble and squeak food with vegetables, noodles, egg, bacon and in our case cheese inside. There are regional differences between Osaka and Hiroshima in how they prepare them but ours were all done in a layers along a production line in front of us. It was very nice although I think Fraser enjoyed his far more than me (he had been excited about trying it for ...


A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 11, 2014

... signs in English to point the way to the Temple. As you enter the temple grounds, there is a sign noting that a couple of the structures there survived the atomic bombing, probably because the hill itself provided some protection from the blast. There is a large bell, then a large stone marker, and then a second stone marker. That second stone marker is a memorial to the Jews killed at Auschwitz, placed here by the ...

Hiking in Sandankyo

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 14, 2014

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... were a hundred different hiking trails I could do. There was not much information available about Sandankyo online as it is fairly remote town so I figured I’d just wing it and not do much prep work. People did say that the trails were clearly marked – I just had to find them first.

I noticed that there was a couple on the bus who were not local Japanese who were speaking English and Japanese on the bus ride over. It was likely ...

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