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Sunday: We were up early this morning for the Shinkansen bullet train from Kyoto to Hiroshima ... 380km in 2 hours or so ... so we had plenty of time to visit the Atomic Dome, Peace Park and museum. It was probably the most moving museum I've ever visited ... lots of individual stories made it so personal.
Monday: After a traditional …
... as an obvious American, was a bit uncomfortable. I felt as if I was a representative of America and thus, somehow, had responsibility for this. I felt shame and sorrow at the same time. Our guide assured us that the Japanese people hold no ill will toward Americans and the Peace Park was never intended to be a Japan vs. America icon, but instead truly meant to show how nuclear weapons can cause such total and complete destruction and how ...
... We had to change trains in Osaka and then on to Hiroshima.
Boarding the train in Tokyo, I helped a rare Caucasian to raise what looked to be sport bag of skis. The same individual got off at Hiroshima and again, I helped to retrieve his bag. Waiting to exit the train, the guy asked where I was from and explained Phoenix, Arizona, He said he was from Brisbane, Australia and I immediately lit up.
We ended talking to the guy, Jim and his wife ...
... than Liam's.
On our last day In Miyajima we hiked hundreds of steps to the top of mount Misen. This was meant to be a really nice peaceful walk however there were many people who had the same idea as us as well was some super hyperactive children who must have had a severe case of ADHD. At the top of mt. Misen there is a lovely view of the surrounding islands and Hiroshima.
Onomichi very quaint but probably a thumbs down, Hiroshima and Miyajima thumbs ...
... atomic bomb), the first use of nuclear weapons on a human population, and more importantly its representation as a symbol of peace.
The Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims
After seeing the A-Bomb Dome, I went to the Cenotaph for the A-Bomb Victims. It is located halfway between the Dome and the Museum. It's an arched tomb that was built on August 6, 1952. It was built to help reconstruct Hiroshima-the first city in the world to be destroyed by the ...
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