Oriental Hotel Hiroshima
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOriental Hotel Hiroshima
Very stylish hotel right on the Peace Boulevard in the centre of Hiroshima. Stunning views from top floors over Hiroshima. Quality services for very reasonable price.
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... used the Japanese, who knew they were losing, were fighting to win a peace with honour where they would still have many 'rights' . If this had happened I doubt that the mentality in Japan would have changed much. The A-bombs, and the total surrender that they brought about, changed all that.
Japan looked in the mirror, I believe, and generated their own seismic shift, but this one in their view of themselves and their ...
... understand its legacy.
We left Peace Memorial Park and went to look for a post office as only at Post offices and Citibank branches we could withdraw money from ATM using our cards. We were aware of that fact but we couldn't believe until we actually saw it. We thought it won't be any problem to get cash considering Japan is the second biggest economy in the world, but nothing is perfect.
We found post office and then we could start looking for place to ...
... with a huge blue P on otherwise ungarnished sides, can be seen all over Japanese city centres. I was a curious what these Legoland structures represented, and when I saw the exorbitant price of parking in the few spaces available on street level I developed an hypothesis. These buildings are only a little wider than two cars, and only a little deeper than one. So if they were parking stations then they must put the cars on a giant conveyor and hoist them up 10 or ...
... still send paper cranes to the memorial as a sign that they wish to live in a world without nuclear weapons (and therefore a world without nuclear war). Extremely sadly, Sadako's wish was not granted and she died of leukaemia on October 25, 1955. Seeing this monument and also the children around it donating cranes today is an extraordinarily thought provoking, distressing and yet simultaneously inspiring and extremely touching sight. It is impossible to ...