Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
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... after the detonation. Compared to the other 70,000 who died in the following days, weeks, months and years, they were the lucky ones. I'm feeling so many emotions at this moment, looking around at the landscape, imagining the sheer Hell that had erupted here. The scale of it was staggering. We walked south, towards the Pond of Peace, the Peace Flame and Memorial Cenotaph. There were workers walking around cleaning up the chairs and temporary barriers that had been erected for ...
... Dome", one of the only remaining artifacts after the bombed dropped so long ago. The city has since truly developed and grown around this site into a very cool and modern place. The dome and its museum is certainly sobering, however overall a message of peace is what I ...
... again Mandy made comment about how old I am, I think she's been checking out these cute young Japanese guys a bit too much lately coz that is about sixth time she has made comment about me being old to total strangers. We got off at A Bomb park and wandered around to the castle which was fabulous. Yet another museum inside, and totally rebuilt of course after the bomb went off about 800m away. A lesson in history and warfare these places, from an age when you could see ...
... number of tame deer that instantly assault you for food.
Many pictures were taking and again many shouts of Kowaii were shouted.
We started off by walking down Omotesando shopping arcade before deciding it was time to get something to eat at just gone 12:30.
We found an excellent little restaurant that made some mouth watering noodle soup dishes. The biru, kitsune Udon and curry Udon went down a treat so off we went to see one of the top three Japanese tourist spots ...
... Japan forest rooftop.
The replicate environment was so that the temperature was monitored and the rainwater had actually been taken from the forests and was re-used here. The most impressive animals were the Asian small clawed otters who we watched swimming and playing around for ages and the giant salamanders that didn’t really do too much. As we worked downwards a few steps we ended up underneath the otters and could ...