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Today the Nozomi super express train takes us from Fukuoka to Hiroshima, which takes about an hour. There we take the Sanyo Line to Onoura, 10 stops and 35 minutes from Hiroshima. Tiny train station, no escalators or elevators to help us with our luggage, but we manage to get up and down the stairs. Just when we are about to get into a taxi a lady in a van pulls up who as it turns out came to pick us ...
... that making 1000 would help make her healthy again. After 1000 she was still sick and continued to fold he cranes. Some were so small she needed a needle to fold them. There were some on display in the a bomb museum and they were maybe the size of my pinky fingertip. When the little girl passed away at 10 years old, all of her classmates folded paper cranes and started to ask for peace and the banning of nuclear weapons. All around the different A bomb sites were folded paper ...
... there we headed by ferry to Miyajima Island, a site with a giant orange gate off its coast and lots of deer hanging out with the tourists (at least as exciting as the gate--one was wearing a hat and sunglasses). At night we hung out at the hostel and did some major planning. We had planned to take a ferry from Fukuoka to South Korea the next day, but this would have put us directly in the path of an incoming ...
Yesterday was actually pretty uneventful so I didn't bother writing until I had more to talk about. I definitely have stuff to talk about now. Yesterday was my last day in Kyoto so I had to get my stuff packed up and ready to go. I sent my big suitcase back to Tokyo and just brought my little one with me to Hiroshima. There was only one major thing that I still had to see in Kyoto and that was the Manga Museum. For those who may not know, manga is a form of art ...
... and generally a bad neighbor. However, it also demonstrates that, by August of 1945, Japan was broken and defeated and was ready to surrender. The two bombs were unnecessary. The U.S., though, had other considerations: (1) it needed to justify the expediture of $2 billion on the Manhattan Project; (2) it wanted to see the efficacy of the weapon; and (3) it wanted to end the war against ...
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