Iwakuni Kokusai Kanko Hotel

Address: 1-1-7 Iwakuni, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Chugoku, 741-0062, Japan | Hotel
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      Hiroshima- Atom Bomb Museum

      A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... or anywhere around the world for that matter. Very matter of fact information... Then you go into the second half of the museum which was more personal accounts. As you walk in there are wax statues of a family with their skin melting off there bones and you quickly realise that this might be a little tough to listen to. The accounts from all these families with stories of parents sending there children off to school that morning and of workers (many of which were ...

      Hiroshima & the Beautiful island of Tiny Deer

      A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Apr 05, 2014

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      ... the expansive sea surrounding this peaceful island. As we start to leave the tower, we are greeted with a light rain, that is quite mystical and made the descent very nice through the lush forests. Once back in town we did a bit of shopping and stopped for some more grilled corn. After a delicious meal under the cherry blossoms. We had a little visit from the local deer. Clearly this deer could smell the corn cob on a stick in my hand, and was not pleased about ...

      Hiroshima and the A-Bomb then travelled to Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by drclad on Jan 07, 2014

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      ... have around 200 warheads compared with USAs 2200). The museum starts with a bit of background on Hiroshima, what happened in the run up to the discovery of atomic warfare, and why Hiroshima had been chosen as a target. It was largely because it was a navy base with strategic importance to Japan, had not been hit at all during the war and had a high enough population across a wide enough area to inflict significant damage. Then, it moved on to the events ...

      (Day 12) Minutes in Hiroshima

      A travel blog entry by mr_travel_2013 on Sep 15, 2013

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      ... a fuel distribution station since the shortage of fuel began in June 1944. On August 6, 1945, when the bomb exploded, the roof was crushed, the interior destroyed, and everything consumable burned except in the basement. Eventually, 36 people in the building died of the bombing; 47-year-old Eizo Nomura survived in the basement, which had a concrete roof through which radiation had a more difficult time penetrating. He survived into his 80s. Cheers ...

      Hiroshima, Japan

      A travel blog entry by travelgirl2013 on Mar 07, 2013

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      ... however, that they have an affinity for hanging out close to restaurants. (These deer are not stupid!) We saw a similar sight last year in Nara. I can't complete my comments on Miyajima without mentioning that its home to the world's largest wooden rice scoop. It's reported to be 270 years old. 2.7 metres wide at its widest point, and 7.7 metres long. It weighs in at 2.5 tons. One has to ask...why? Oh, and nobody was talking about having the related rice ...