Hotel Tokyu Bizfort Hiroshima
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... t the absolute last. The ferry was blowing its horn just as we reached the ferry.
It had been decided earlier that we would go straight out to dinner and not back to the hotel. Dinner was included. It was okonomi-yaki of the Hiroshima variety. It is basically a Japanese pancake/pizza. We were seated around a large stainless steel hotplate, for want of a better word. Takako had organised an entree of gyoza also known as potstickers in the West.
Transit day from Osaka to Hiroshima
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him ...
... for the first time, which is short for "eki bento" - "train station lunch". The idea is that they are subtly different for each region/train station and you buy them to eat on your train journey. They were very delicious - I'll add photos when I get them from Chris. We arrived in Hiroshima and it was pouring down with rain! We caught the streetcar to as close to our hotel as possible, but there was still a 5-10 minute walk, and ...
Heero-SHEE-mah or Heer-OH-shmah?
Our guide said the first question she usually gets from tourists is about how to pronounce the city's name. It really doesn’t matter, she said. Given the way Hiroshima is pronounced in Japanese, both are correct.
With that issue out of the way, we could begin our excursion with a visit to Shukkeien Garden, which dates back to 1620. It was originally designed as part ...
... a route along the bank of the river.
The hotel room at the Reino Inn where we are staying is on the top floor, and is supposedly their "deluxe" family room. If this is the deluxe room I'd hate to see their regular rooms. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but it isn't anything special either. It is basically a cube, with tatami mats on the floor, and a regular bathroom/toilet off to the side.
You want towels? They cost ...