Sejour Fujita

Address: 1-10 Funairi-machi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0841, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1-10 Funairi-machi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, is near Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, The Cenotaph, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, and Gallery Tomita.
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Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

New Life from Death

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Dec 19, 2014

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... attack. After that I left the hall to try to find something to pick up my spirits.

What is more uplifting than a visit to a temple and a castle? I walked along the main street and through several underground passageways following the signs to get to Hiroshima castle. I ran across the bridge careful not to slip on the ice and saw the gatehouse buildings. Only certain buildings had been rebuilt after the bombing destroyed the castle completely. Inside the gatehouse it ...

Hiroshima - Peace, Hot Springs and Okonimiyaki!

A travel blog entry by ginanao on Oct 14, 2014

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... because the ferry was actually stopped due to the Typhoon. I was pretty gutted to have missed it because the large Tori gate on the island is something of a national symbol. We decided that we didn’t really want to miss it and would rather forsake a bit of time in Osaka! I’m really glad we did as well as the island was very pretty and the Tori gate was worth seeing. We even saw some more of those curious little deer roaming around although these ones were a bit more ...

History is Written by the Winners

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 13, 2014

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... on the verge of collapse.”

Let’s not forget the power of hindsight here – it’s easy to do after the fact. Or perhaps I’m defending the winner’s version of history – the version I want to be true. Other quotes from U.S. military personnel were quoted too to strengthen the booklets position on the atomic bomb.

While confident in its assessment, this is still a contentious question today, with historians today ...

Beyond the Bomb

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 15, 2014

... things like "Your mother?" to Yvette, which was her way of saying, "you look like you might be Japanese but you don't speak it so. . . What's up with that?" Yvette gets some version of that a lot in Japan. The guy, on the other hand, basically just gregariously shouted English words that he knew while he fed us lots of noodles and beer.

"Basoboru, basoboru; red sox, red sox, Boston, Boston, sank you, sank you." The ...

Game Day

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 23, 2014

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... Japan.

Soon enough it was time to leave for the stadium. It's out in the sticks a bit and takes about an hour on the train form the middle of Hiroshima. We had to walk through a reasonably crowded shopping precinct to get to the train station causing a lot of laughter and head scratching from bemused locals along the way. The Club had kindly organised tickets for travelling fans so we didn't have to line up we were just shown into ...