Urbanwing Marifu

Address: 1-6-16 Marifumachi, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Chugoku, 740-0018 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-6-16 Marifumachi, Iwakuni.
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Travel Blogs from Iwakuni

Miyajima island and then off to Kumamoto

A travel blog entry by daveegray on Apr 29, 2014

... via a machine in the hotel lobby, just insert your room key given at reception and then put in either credit card or cash to pay for the room. For a couple of hours we chilled in the room before adventuring out into the city, it seems shops open late say 10am and stay open until around 9pm in Japan, so it is better to head out later. It also means you can see the bright lights of the city in their full flow. After walking for a while and enjoying looking around the shops we decided to ...

Cherry Blossoms in Japan

A travel blog entry by gumisgross on Mar 30, 2014

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... River in a series of five wooden arches.

The bridge is located on the foot of Mt. Yokoyama, at the top of which lies Iwakuni Castle.Kikkou Park, which includes the bridge and ...

Burning Flesh - Part 2 (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 01, 2013

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... on Pearl Harbor.

Outside the museum is a shrine with a flame burning inside. The plaque says it will be extinguished when the last nuclear weapon in the world is destroyed. Any time a nation tests a nuclear bomb, the mayor of Hiroshima, whoever he is at the time, sends a letter to the leader, pleading for the extinction of all nuclear weapons.

As I walked around the park I saw a pogoda with a bell in it and surrounded with large, beautiful ...

Hiroshima, City of Peace

A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs on Sep 20, 2013

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... in fact, lots of school children groups visiting the park. It is very important to the Japanese and particularly to the people of Hiroshima to get their peace message out.

Next we visit the Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims. This is a rather attractive building that winds its way down a circular path to a Hall of Remembrance where the names and photos of all the victims are registered. You can look up individuals a bit like at the War Memorial ...


A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on May 30, 2013

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... were made into a design on a board. One group in particular selected 1 child to make a speech honouring their groups contribution then the whole group sang a song being conducted by another of the students. They wouldn't have been any older than 12.

As we walked around the Peace Park past all the kids, they all called out "hello". Some were amused as we said hello back to them. Practicing their English on us, they asked us "how are you?" and we asked them ...