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... air, pressure measurements and many other things. This is a story that needs to be told, but one which is very hard to take.
Across the river in the reconstructed castle there are fantastic views. The cherry blossoms lining the canals are just begging to appear. This country will be magical next week. The castle was build on a shifting sandbank and the whole of Hiroshima has developed this even further. Large water diversion works ...
And for those keeping score:
Osaka loop: Adam slept
Shinkansen: Adam slept
Tram 1: Adam slept
Tram 2: Adam slept
Ferry waiting room: Adam slept
Shinkansen 2: we both slept
Due to some really bad internet (really getting this posted took a lot) There maybe a delay in photos for the next few days. I'll do what I can when I can but promise nothing as even getting this text to load took ...
... are also versions in Osaka and Kyoto but he was adamant that this was the best! The real enticement of the Okonimiyaki for me is that they cook it all right in front of you so its actually quite entertaining too! It’s sort of like a pancake topped with cabbage, beansprouts, pork and pretty much anything else you wish topped with the special Okonimiyaki sauce. They flip it and move it all over the place on the grill to cook it to perfection! I had one with Hiroshima ...
... the United States was going to drop a nuclear bomb on Hiroshima. It acknowledges that the U.S. did warn the Japanese civilian population about the bombings of some cities but did not make mention of the bombings of any potential nuclear drop sites before August 6th and 9th, when the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki respectively.
A P.O.W.'s account of the Pacific War paints a different story in the bestselling book soon to be ...
... ceremony that was held in the morning, There were walls of flowers surrounding the cenotaph that had been set up, and a very large line of people waiting to stand in front of the cenotaph and make a prayer, or pass on their respects to the dead. We enter the museum, and make our way through dioramas and videos showing the scale of the destruction. They explained why Hiroshima was selected as one of the two targets, being it's location as a strategic port town, and it being ...