Toyoko Inn Higashi-Hiroshima Ekimae

Address: 2-2-31 Minaga, Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 739-0026, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2-2-31 Minaga, Higashihiroshima, is near Minagasuigenchi.
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      Kyoto

      A travel blog entry by amlwortley on Jan 03, 2014

      15 photos

      Last night I met Yamilet, a girl from the Domnican Republic who was being shown round Japan by her Dominican friend living in Tokyo. So today we all ventured around Kyoto together. First stop was the palace but sadly only the gardens were open so we headed straight off to the Golden Temple (Kinkaku/ Golden Pavilion/ Rokuon-Jim Temple). It is a shariden which means it's a Buddhist temple which holds Relics of Buddha. It is now a world cultural heritage site and is representative ...

      We will never forget Hiroshima

      A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Oct 29, 2013

      5 photos

      ... did this noodle, meat, egg and cabbage thing that ended up being delicious. On the way to the O-torii gate we got some icecream and decided to give parts of our cone to the deers. We clearly didn't see all of the signs saying not to feed them so we ended up having a little entourage of deer following us which made Jord's day so that was cool. Once we got to the O-torii gate we were amazed with what we saw. Not only were we surrounded by mountains and the ocean on a ...

      Sadness at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial

      A travel blog entry by mariamrodriguez on Jul 08, 2013

      2 photos

      I dreaded this leg of my trip before I even left America. I knew that visiting the site of the dropping of the atomic bomb wouldn´t be happy for me. I remember very clearly my visit to Dachau, Germany and how sad it made me and that was almost 25 years ago.

      Hiroshima, Japan is a very large city with a very large population of people. I would never have known from looking at their train station, hotels, businesses, restaurants, and ...

      Floating torri, old ladies, mountains and a bridge

      A travel blog entry by stephenandchloe on Dec 12, 2012

      4 photos

      ... food. As we walked while eating out beef and eel buns we took a photo of a giant rice spoon. We couldn't tell what it was for, but i imagine it was the equivalent of the big banana back home. Next began our ascent of the islands mountains. We took a cable car up to the top and looked out at Japans inland sea. The panaromic views from the lookout at the top of the cable car were spectacular. From there we walked a km (with maybe 100m down and ...

      The aftermath of the bomb

      A travel blog entry by dwmjmm on Sep 25, 2012

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... was crowded with groups of school children walking two-by-two all with backpacks larger than themselves. Quite a few of the little boys said “Hello” or “How are you” as they passed and then they all giggled when we said “Hello” back!

      Next we walked to Hiroshima Castle which had been rebuilt in the 1950’s - it was what you expect a typical Japanese castle to look like and had very good views over the city ...