Sejour Inn Nagarekawa

Address: 5-26 Nagarekawa-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0028, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chudenmae Station area of Hiroshima, is near Atomic Bomb Dome, Children's Peace Monument, Shukkei-en Garden, and Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art.
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      A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 11, 2014

      ... on a platform (no box spring), so the width that would otherwise be taken by a box spring gets added to the space under the bed.

      Towards the end of my stay, I was in the elevator and noticed that the elevator music they were playing was a symphonic version of Namie Amuro's hit song "Can We Celebrate," which was the theme song for a Japanese soap opera that ended in a very emotional wedding scene. (The bride ...

      From the wreckage

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 02, 2014

      13 photos

      ... and a smaller scale. The only true reminder left is the remnants of Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall- better known as the A-Bomb Dome. Built in 1915 this building of concrete and metal manged to survive as it was virtually below the blast. So little force was exerted on the building from the blast waves and most of the materials held up resiliently well to the heat, although there were no survivors in this building. The shell ...

      Peace Memorial amazing

      A travel blog entry by kimberish on Mar 29, 2014

      • Varied Tit - Parus Varius
      • Peace Memorial A-bomb
      • Shukkein Garden - 1600s - full bloom - the further south we went in Japan the more in bloom it got
      • Hiroshima Castle
      • Shabu Shabu dinner - dip raw food in boiling water and eat with Soba noodles at the ...

      Dead people, Okonomiyaki and winning

      A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 19, 2014

      9 photos

      ... really was beautiful. Whilst walking through the cemetery, it got me thinking that some of the greatest attractions of this world tends to be associated with the deceased, for example, pyramids of Giza, terracotta warriors in Xian, the Taj Mahal in Agra and Oku-no-in. All of which are magnificent in their own right (though I must say the Taj is my favourite). I wonder if we will build such great monuments for the dead today? The most amazing part of the ...

      270 km/hr

      A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 07, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... Shin Osaka and Hiroshima trains we caught this afternoon hit 270 km/hr according to my GPS. The tracks are mostly elevated viaducts often with sound barriers either side, as well as lots of tunnels. The cost in building a network all around the country, then running trains every hour or more on each line must be astronomical. Just the track maintenance must be a really big deal. Puts us Australians to ...