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We left the museum feeling a bit down so decided to walk through the shopping and food plaza.
Once again we all had sore feet so headed to the hotel for some r&r. Then it was out again for dinner and to grab a few items such as milk.
Now I'm ready to have a nice hot shower and relax in bed with a book and get some sleep for another big day ...
... a few concrete buildings are not laid flat. Japanese buildings at this time were mostly wood.
The city of Hiroshima is at the forefront of the campaign for nuclear disarmament and applies pressure at all political levels. They remind the world of the devastating consequences of nuclear conflict.
... on the tram) to J-Hopper's, our home for the next three nights. Here, we had a private Japanese-style room with three futons.
Next, we headed to Hiroshima's Peace Park for the main purpose of our visit to the city.
While studying Japanese in Dunedin, Natalie learned about the August 1945 bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Miss O-Brien told the children the story of a young girl, Sadako ...
... Saiji ("West Temple"), flanked the south entrance to the city and served as the capital's guardian temples. Toji Temple is one of Kyoto's many UNESCO world heritage sites.About thirty years after the temple's establishment, Kobo Daishi, the founder of the Shingon sect of Japanese Buddhism, was appointed head priest of Toji, and the ...
... 8211; well worth a visit. We also
visited Miyajima, one of the holiest places in Japan with its massive floating
Torii gate, wooden rice spoons and maple cookies – cue more photos! The hike up
to the top of the mountain was well worth the view as well. Miyajima is
stunning and the hotel we stayed at had an amazing view of the Strait. It also
served a delicious Kaiseki Ryori meal, Japanese fine dining at its best,
especially as we attended it in our ...