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... in the suburbs of Hiroshima. A spiral walkway that ran round the circumference of the hall took us down to a large circular room with a small water feature in the centre. The circular walls showed a 360 degree panorama of Hiroshima from the hypocentre (the point directly below the atomic bomb explosion some 500m in the air) built from archival photos of the area. Below the panorama were the names of suburbs within Hiroshima that ceased to exist after the blast.
... to ask.After we went on wifi, we folded cranes and then went back on wifi. Finally,bed.
some day, we'll find world peace, and know that we have been striving for it. We'll know all our attempts are not fruitless and that we have a chance. For bombs, guns and violence won't get us anywhere in life, and some have noticed that. This city devastated by the bomb that went boom, has been living life in a new ...
... ate in one that was just outside the elevator on the top floor, and it was amazing! It had pretty much stopped raining by the time we got out of the restaurant building, so we went on a walk. We found a LUSH store (6000 miles from home and we ran into a company from Poole!) and we also went into Don Quijote, which is a large department store. We bought some Kit-Kats, an iced coffee for the morning, and more ice cream ...
... the same room as the hotel reception, is an okinomiyaki and tepanyaki restaurant. A hiroshima staple, okinomiyaki consists of a massive pile of cabbage, egg, sauce, and whatever meats you want included, usually topped with okinomiyaki sauce and mayonaise.
Last time we were in Hiroshima we had okinomiyaki, and I have to say I wasn't impressed. This time was different. Done right, it is spectacularly good. I had the mixed seafood ...
Burning Flesh - Part 2 (Japan)
(This is a continuation to Part I of this blog entry)
The Peace Memorial Museum
After the Cenotaph, I walked to the Peace Memorial Museum. This is the park's main facility. The force of the bomb obliterated the city of Hiroshima. The bomb, named "Little Boy", possessed a force equivalent to 12,500 tons of TNT.
The Vietnam War Museum I visited in Saigon is a museum of propaganda more than a historical one. ...