Hotel Tokyu Bizfort Hiroshima
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... to remember them. Then we went to find another love hotel for the night. Hotel Banana didn't have check in until 9pm and we didn't want to wait so we found somewhere near our last place. They didn't have a spa bath (shock, horror!) but they had one of those showers with all of the jets. Imagine our dismay when it didn't work. However, there was an inflatable mattress in there too (SO random!) and thankfully a normal shower that did work so I decided to have a relaxing shower lying ...
... it given the views over the surrounding bay and islands, after a bit of a breather I headed back down another track for a jaunt back to the town, this proved to be a lot quieter and I only met a few other people on the way back, I headed to the town for a few pictures of the Torri gate standing in front of the Itsukushima shrine, Miyajimas two best known famous landmarks, also infamous are the wild deer on the island but can be a bit of a pain in ...
... was unified in the 700's and documented for the first time, and included the various kami worshipped by individual clans.
Buddhism was introduced into Japan from China and Korea in the 6th century and gained wide acceptance when it was endorsed by the nobility.
Most people in Japan follow both faiths and there is no restriction against doing so.
Shinto tends to be viewed as a religion of earthly matters and shrines are ...
... was limited which is a shame as I was looking forward to seeing the Inland Sea. It was very cold when we left the station and we decided to take a taxi to the hotel. I have to confess I was looking forward to sleeping in a bed as I have quite severe sciatica and am taking painkillers. We had a very busy itinerary planned in Hiroshima as we wanted to visit the Shinto shrine of Miyajima on an island about 1 hour by tram from town. We caught the tram from a couple ...
... The island is known for it's wild deer population and the moment we stepped on the island we saw numerous deer resting in dug out hollows under trees and under shop awnings - very much like you'd imagine tame dogs or cats lazing around the town.
While they are very placid, the deer do have a reputation for getting into things they're not supposed to. Visitors are asked not to touch the deer, but the deer apparently have a penchant for stealing ...