Hotel Tokyu Bizfort Hiroshima
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... the land, and the gradual building of the township, with the samurai living simply, but separately from the local people. There were some interesting displays of armour, helmets, and swords. One of the suits of armour looked like the one worn by Darth Vader! Some helmets were very ornate, with one made of 48 black lacquered iron plates, with gold rimmed joints.
The 4th floor of the castle was devoted to exhibits of the history of ...
... gave us something to really discuss over dinner that night. The following day we enjoyed a more upbeat adventure heading to Miyajima Island located a short ferry hop off the mainland. It is one of the most scenic spots in Japan, has long been regarded as an Island of Gods on the beautiful Seto Inland Sea. Many people may have sen photos of the Itsukushima Shrine, a World Heritage site that is a gate ...
... so but days of being on our feet 12 - 14 hours at a time and very little sleep, had started to take their toll, so we agreed to spend some time at the cable car top, grab some lunch and then head back down the mountain.
There was a small cafe at the top of the cable car route, with a fantastic view of the bay and since it was after 1pm, we decided to stop there for lunch.
I had heard of vending machine menus before, but this cafe was ...
... room contained a few computer terminals that provided access to a database of victims whose lives were taken by the atomic blast. Museum goers could search for the names of victims and bring up information about individuals, including a portrait and occupation at the time of impact. With an estimated 100,000 deaths from the initial impact of the bomb, this served as a grim reminder to all of the devastating effect the bomb made on the city, preserving the memory of ...
... they even have a theatre in Akhibara where they perform every ******* day, or at least some of them perform everyday. We even saw an entire AKB48 store, which was filled with totally not embarrassed men. So a place that was playing some old reggae, like this tsukemen joint, was a welcome change.
We went to a little Okonomoyaki joint on our last day in Hiroshima. When I say little, I mean like six seats. We had gone to a ...