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... my favourite artists that I also got to see works of in Hakone. I checked at tourist information but there were no sports or theatre happening during the evening. For such a large city this was disappointing to hear. They also said that there were no movies with English subtitles. I decided to walk down to the international cinema to see anyways. There was almost nothing playing period, let alone English. Although my french isn't great I would have ...
... day of their use again.
Well, with heavy hearts we decide to see the last standing structure that witnessed the blast, the Atomic bomb dome. The dome still stands as it did at 8:16am after the blast. There were many that wanted to take it down, but they decided to keep it as a symbol of the rebuilding process and evidence of the blast. It still stands to this day and is somehow quite beautiful in its skeleton like state. Hiroshima was an interesting place and ...
... 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, ...
... in Kyoto, recommended an amazing sushi restaurant where the food revolves around the room on a train line and all the dishes cost 100 yen (approx 70p)!! If there isn't what you want on the train you order it via a computer at your table and they send it to you directly on a separate train type thing! It was amazing but I've eaten enough sushi to last me a year. Then when you put the plates back (down a laundry shoot type thing) they are automatically counted and for each 5 ...
We can call ourselves nothing else but lucky. We have decided to leave Kyoto and move south to Rainer's friend Wiktoria and Takeshi (Nogata close to Kokura) just day before typhoon has arrived to Kyoto. Ufff... Our plan include also to make a stop in Hiroshima. To get to Hiroshima and later to Kokura we decided to use world famous Shinkansen. Total ticket price with one stop cost 17780yen/person. This called by someone bullet train start its history in late ...
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