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... erect, side by side, with their arms straight by their sides, bowed to the bus. I began to learn...
This weekend I visited the Kintai Bridge, one of Japan's most beautiful and famous bridges. Built originally in the 1600s of rock and wood, the bridge is a popular spot to visit. On the other side of the bridge is Kikoo Park, ...
... pondered how it was that these very polite, well-meaning, and in many ways charming people came to be in this position. Apart from their aggressive past (samurai, shoguns, wars against China and Russia etc) it must have a lot to do with their respect for the rule of authority and their regimentation which is evident everywhere and everyday; that and the honour system which seems to be enshrined in their lives.
... with noodles and pork in it.....very nice, but the atmosphere and the happy staff were really what made it !! We headed along the little narrow side streets after dinner, there were many people about, just strolling or heading home after work. Everyone seemed happy and the mood was very calm, we felt very very safe, no problems at all. Our last night in Hiroshima, we had had such a great time. A beautiful city and very friendly, clean and modern. So sad that the reason for the ...
... with its vermillion lacquered pillars.
The stroll along the little streets packed with stores
selling all sorts of bits & bops and a plethora of foods was really
enjoyable – as we had gotten there fairly early it wasn’t too packed. Walking along the shore we were greeted by a
load of random deer sitting the shade & getting right up close with the
tourists – it was really charming!
We headed into the ...
... which in turn and so on. The effects of radiation, heat, black rain are all clinically described letting the visitors process it any way they want to.
The registry of victims displayed in the museum showed the count to be 18302 today. Visitors are invited to feel the horror by touching objects taken from the site (melted glass bottles, stone surface bubbles, etc.) and are assured that it is safe to do so. Clearly, the purpose here is not ...
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