Weekly Inn Hiroshima Ekimae

18-6 Osugacho, Minamiku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 732-0821, Japan | Hotel
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Day Seven

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell

... it on there when I looked it up at Starbucks. Oh well just have to buy one from home to represent this trip. Andrew wanted his Starbucks for the day but I thought I would pass and do some shopping instead. I ended up spending my 20 minutes inside the H&M store, since I wasn't spending my money of charms I spent it on clothes! Andrew and I then met up and decided to go for a walk down the shopping strip which we discovered was Hondori Street. There wasn't too much to eat here, ...

Day three

A travel blog entry by jzanin

Left early for Hiroshima, caught the Shinkansen ( bullet train ). Atomic Bomb dome Peace memorial park Hiroshima-jō castle Spent the night in Gion, saw some Geishas on the renowned Ponto-chō street, which also has the old style wooden houses of ...

Hiroshima- a city risen from the ashes

A travel blog entry by evaclapham


... bomb and the gruesome photos.
A short rest and we were off to taste the local delights. Loads of restaurants in the area and everything looking very Christmassy! Finally chose a restaurant and somehow managed to get something to eat. No English menus here and not much English spoken, so using sign language and the odd word or two and having many laughs, we ate, we drank and strolled through vibrant streets dressed for Xmas, back to our lodgings. Tomorrow Miyajima ...

Hiroshima, City of Peace

A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs


... responsibility for being targeted in this way and have made it their mission to not let this kind of warfare happen ever again. Next there are rooms filled with artefacts that were found after the bombing, melted bottles and twisted pieces of metal, a watch that stopped at 8.15, the exact moment of the blast. There are also remnants of school uniforms worn by children who died in the blast. There are pictures of some of the horrific injuries and other short term effects of the blast. ...

Hiroshima - A Beacon For World Peace

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... go on ... and this doesn't even touch upon the after-effects of the radiation and black rain which killled another 60,000 people and caused illnesses that many survivors are still enduring today.

Perhaps the most saddening part of the museum was the letters written by the Mayor of Hiroshima to Heads of State around the world voicing a protest each time a nuclear bomb is tested- the most recent letter dated March 2013 to President Obama.



This hotel, located in the Hiroshima Station area of Hiroshima, is near Hiroshima Castle, Hiroshima Museum of Art, Mazda factory, and Setoda town.
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