Toyoko Inn Hiroshima Heiwa Odori
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... batter was poured over the plate followed by a large amount of shredded cabbage. After that, small lumps of butter (I am guessing on that one) was put on top, together with bean sprouts, strips of pork, a cracked egg and other seasoning. That was pretty much the basic okonomi-yaki. After that, you could order set toppings. Joseph had the basic okonomi-yaki, whereas I had the seafood one which had prawns, scallops and oysters. Unfortunately, they had given mine ...
... to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
Alarms set for 8.30, we had planned to check out of our hostel early and head out for a day trip to Okunoshima on the way to Hiroshima where we were staying for two nights. The plan was to take a Shinkansen ...
... not getting a taxi instead. Still, we checked in, and we relaxed for a couple of hours. It was still raining and we weren't sure what to do for dinner, so I checked out the internet, and it said to try out an okonomiyaki place downtown. It's called Okonomi-mura and it's a 4-story building full of little okonomiyaki restaurants - ones where you sit around a flat grill and the staff serve your food directly to you across ...
... villa belonging to Hiroshima’s feudal lord.
The centerpiece of this ten acre park is a little lake, filled with colorful coi and dotted with small islets in the shapes of turtles, which are considered symbols of longevity. A bridge in the shape of a rainbow crosses the lake.
Even though it’s still early in the year, we could see that the cherry and plum blossoms were already starting ...
... to all who walked by of the destruction of war and nuclear weapons.
Walking along the river toward the Peace Memorial, there are statues and fountains that serve as tributes to those who lost their lives. The most striking statue in the park is the Childrenīs Peace Monument. It is beautiful, and it is surrounded by plexiglass cases filled with hand-made paper cranes donated by people all over the world. Some cranes were arranged to spell ...