Kure Morisawa Hotel
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... Tori gate that is often associated with Japan is. The island's covered with deer who couldn't care less about the crowds, they're just desperate to eat anything paper. Afterwards we visited a shrine and each had our fortune told by randomly picking a stick with a number on it. Mine was bad fortune! Relationships, business and gambling - forget it. Fortunately I could give away my bad fortune by tying it to a rail in the shrine. If only it were that easy! Next ...
... table to sample: grey
noodles, white radish, wasabi and ...
Knowing we were to be
included in this, we had bought strawberries and mandarins to add to the
marshmallows the English couple had off loaded on to us, so we shared
these with children and travellers. The evening meal too became
communal, with the family inviting us to join them in their lounge. The
youngest daughter, aged 2, had her father in fits of ...
... concrete structures within a 2,000m radius. 90% of the city's 74,000 buildings were destroyed in the blast and resulting fires that raged for three days. Despite being an important administration and military base, the city had been untouched by the USAAF because scientists wanted to judge the effect of the bomb on an undamaged ...
... our next move and decided to check out Shukkie-en Gardens which was in the general direction of our hostel. We left the castle through a different exit and began our wonder towards the garden while Alistair and David were humming songs played by Link with the Ocarina in Zelda games, trying to cover as many of them off as they could. After a short walk we passed a Japanese high school and arrived at the garden gates.
We entered the gardens and quickly found ...
... done something very interesting in that it started off showing the massive geographic destruction caused by the bomb, but ended by showing how it had affected so many individuals, not just immediately, but for decades afterwards. After dinner we returned to the park to participate in the lantern festival. We wrote messages of peace on paper lanterns and floated them down the Motoyasu River to help send off the spirits of the victims. While waiting in line, a single dove flew ...
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