Toyoko Inn Hiroshima-Eki Minamiguchi-Migi
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... handouts; sometimes they need reminding. You bow to them, they bow back to you, and then you can reward them with a nibble. Fun.
On the way back we stopped by the Fushimi Inari shrine in Kyoto. This is a Shinto shrine famous for kilometres of pathways leading up a mountain, all lined with bright orange torii gates. There are thousands of these gates all over the mountain. It feels like walking down an outdoor hallway. Even ...
Day 112 This morning we felt a little tired but packed up and Kyo was really kind and came with us on the train to find our bus stop. It was in another random location but we did make it with plenty of time on this occasion - phew. While we were waiting, there was a little festival going on nearby so we went to check it out. There was a Japanese pop group singing and dancing...it was really funny. The song seemed to go on FOREVER and their outfits were very amusing. It ...
... magazine pages of all the merchandise you can buy.
After dropping our bags off at our next place, we joined the throngs of Carp fans in red swarming (swimming?) the streets leading to the 'Mazda Zoom Zoom' Stadium.
All the local shops on the route had set up stalls outside with food and merchandise, trying to draw custom from the crowd, and it really had ...
... 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 ...
... as found after the attack and is one of the only remaining buildings. It is very moving to think a city looked like this over such a vast area and how much power an atomic weapon has. Whilst not wanting to play into the politics of the decision to drop the two bombs on Japan it really is a cruel thing that affects a culture for generations. After visiting the park, museum and memorial it really was a moving ...