Kure Morisawa Hotel
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... time and ate my soba and got ready. Then, I sprinted down to the lobby and went on wifi. I could hear the pounding from the elevator. After, we met at 9 and went to the atomic bomb dome. We stopped somewhere to go to the bathroom and I bought ice cream. 9:30 is never too early for ice cream! I ate it and looked at the dome where the bomb had hit. It was in so much ruin. Then, we went to the Children's Memorial ...
... flame" but done the old fashioned way. It is a fire in a temple that has been kept burning for the past 1,200 years! It is stoked by the monks in the shrine and has been burning without interruption since before medieval times. I would hate to be the one who sleeps in and forgets to put a log on the fire! A flame from this fire was used to light the Peace Flame in Hiroshima.
... its rivers is the famous a-bomb dome which is the only remaining building in the city that shows the ravages of the nuclear explosion that took place just above its location. As you approach this building you can't help but feel some form of sadness. The area is quiet as tourists look at this snapshot in time and reflect on the destructive powers of an atomic bomb. It's hard to describe exactly what you feel when you visit this site but many have ...
... cuisine of okonomiyaki - a Japanese savoury pancake with a cabbage, bean sprout, egg, pork, spring onions , noodles and cheese drizzled with some sort of bbq tasting sauce. Close by was an office building with floors of small boutique restaurants that offered the dish. Jay sniffled all the way through dinner before we hurried back to the hotel to rest up before a big day of ...
... Santa hats, they
really had no clue for the change externally and internally they were about to
experience. We started on our journey with
a warm welcome from the Mayor and some hot coffee and rice sweets in his office
overlooking the town of Ashoro. A farm tour was lined up to provide my parents with a chance for comparison of machinery size, farming methods and a battle of wits. Despite the language barrier, watching my ...
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