Kinokuniya Hotel

4-22 Higashikohjin-machi, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

Stairs, stairs and more stairs

A travel blog entry by petturik


... with the japanese. :-) After getting some more seals for my seal book i found the trail to climb Mt. Misen. The sign said it would be a hike of about 1,5 hour. There is also a ropeway going up the mountain but i felt that climbing it would be more rewarding. There were actually two trails going up and i picked the shorter one which was (of course) much steeper as i learned from Lars, a dutch guy i met in the hostel, who took the longer and less steeper ...

The Powers That Be

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054


... by the Myajima deer. These deer have graced the island for over 6,000 years. There are many shops to visit and of course, the world renown oysters. They are prepared in many different ways, but my favorite was the basic butter and soy sauce grilled oysters on a stick. Of course there are other delicacies if you prefer something more like octopus tentacles on a ...

Hiroshima and the A-Bomb then travelled to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by drclad


... of the bomb believed that if she could make 1000 cranes then she would get better. She died before she completed them, but her classmates, in her memory, continued in her honour until they'd reached the thousand. As a result, paper cranes seem to have become a symbol here and they were in a quite a few places. It's's been almost 70 years but people honour it as if it was yesterday, such is the impact. The dome is a living reminder of the ...

We will never forget Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia

... true). They had some of her cranes on display (some were so tiny that she needed a pin to fold them) and some of the papers she was preparing to fold when she died which goes to show you that she never gave up hope which is something to remember. After the museum we jumped on the train to head to the ferry that would take us to Miyajima where Jord hoped to see some monkeys (I'm starting to think that I could have just taken Jord to the Toronto Zoo or even a pet ...

Atom bombs and Explosions

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993


... port city, full of the same modern charm as Kobe and Yokohama. It was hard to believe that this was that same site that suffered so much on the 6th August 1945. Still, a visit to Hiroshima is not a visit to Hiroshima without paying your respects at the Peace Park. This was quite a moving experience, and the park was dotted with monuments, each dedicated to a different people that suffered as a result of the attack. Of these I found one memorial particularly moving. The ...


This hotel, located on 4-22 Higashikohjin-machi, Hiroshima, is near Atomic Bomb Dome, Children's Peace Monument, Shukkei-en Garden, and Hijiyama Park.
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