Iwakuni Kokusai Kanko Hotel

1-1-7 Iwakuni, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Chugoku, 741-0062, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Iwakuni

Ordinary Lives And Big Ideas

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054


... 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, ...

Hiroshima - City of Friendship and Peace

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys


... from around the world so people will know about the effects of atomic bombs. The experience we had in Hiroshima was deeply touching and informative. During our guided walk of the peace park (arranged by the World Friendship Centre) we saw several monuments. There were trees that survived the bomb but were blackened and growing in a weird and twisted way. There were dedications to people from other nationalities that died in ...


A travel blog entry by jacks____


... see the rest of the Hiroshima sites as there was a flower festival on. It is a major festival every year in Golden Week and as it was the opening day of the festival there were hundreds of thousands of people there. It was ridiculous and you could barely move. Lots and lots of food stalls, an opening parade and live entertainment. Once I got out of there I got terribly lost and took me a while to get home. I found a McDonald's for dinner, finally, and had very very sore feet by the end of ...

Hiroshima - A City, a Bomb, and a Castle

A travel blog entry by enajmi


... castle, the troops inside would destroy a hill and allow for water to flood into enemy camp. Unfortunately, the original castle had been destroyed by the A bomb; the one in place was a replica made in the 1950's. They tried to make it as authentic as possible. Each floor of the castle had different themes to it. One was based in the history of the castle and those who ruled it, two were based on samurai swords and one on armor and finally the very top opened to the outside, giving ...

First City Destroyed

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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... a day trip to nearby Miyajima Island, host to one of the more iconic symbols of Japan, the giant red wooden O-Torii (Grand Gate). Once off the ferry, DH (where the D stands for Deer Whisperer) started bonding with the local deer population in some sort of Bambi ritual until she realized they were eating her shirt and backpack (as indicated on all of the warning signs posted around the island). The entire 30 sq. km. island is designated by the Japanese ...


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