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... the noodles. Lastly, he fried 2 eggs into a circle and placed the noodles and cabbage layers it too, brushing it one last time with the special sauce. The okonomiyaki was placed In front of us on the grill ad we were given our own spatula to cut it all up to eat it. Meh.... Not so good. Filling but odd. Flavours were just ok. The Swiss chalet sauce just made me want Swiss chalet instead of nutrition less noodles and egg. Justin really liked it though! HAHAHAHA The other them ...
... kill, I occupied myself by finding some breakfast and coffee and stocked up with rations for the day in the adjacent shops. Transport hubs are almost always connected to shops in Japan; it is common to get lost in shops when just trying to find the station exit. I made my way to the platform to wait for the time which arrived promptly and after boarding left spot on the scheduled departure time.
The bus made only a few stops before heading ...
... evidence of the holocaust remaining. Only the A Bomb Dome has been retained as a reminder and a stark reminder it is. This building survived in part because it was at the hypo centre with less lateral blast.
The Memorial for the Victims contains a register which is still being updated today. The blast victims, those who died of wounds, the thousands ...
... buildings on stilts over the water. There's also a beautiful "floating" tori marking the entry to the shrine. The tide was pretty low while I was there, so you could walk around the base of the tori. Next, I headed over to Mt Misen, intending to get the rope way up to the top. Unfortunately the rope way was closed. I didn't have time to get to the top of the mountain and back again, but I spent a good few hours walking around ...
... 8211; well worth a visit. We also
visited Miyajima, one of the holiest places in Japan with its massive floating
Torii gate, wooden rice spoons and maple cookies – cue more photos! The hike up
to the top of the mountain was well worth the view as well. Miyajima is
stunning and the hotel we stayed at had an amazing view of the Strait. It also
served a delicious Kaiseki Ryori meal, Japanese fine dining at its best,
especially as we attended it in our ...