Hiroshimashi Bunka Koryu Kaikan

Address: 3-3 Kakomachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0812, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chudenmae Station area of Hiroshima, is near Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, The Cenotaph, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, and Gallery Tomita.
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    Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

    Day 20-21: Hiroshima

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on May 07, 2015

    15 photos

    ... with them a few times at various exhibits. On the third floor the Samurai sword exhibit had me fascinated. We crossed paths with the Dutch tourists again as I was studying some of the swords very intently. They seemed pretty bored, and they sort of looked at me and shrugged. Clearly, I thought, these folks have no idea what they are looking at here. I decided to educate them a bit. I pointed out that while these swords may not seem too impressive many of them ...

    Bus trip to Kyushu

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 05, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... It is certainly something to see hundreds of trees in bloom.

    We arrived at Fukuoka Bus Station and found our way to the subway station to take a train to Nishjin Station, where we met up with Betty, who is our hostess in our first use of AirBandB accommodation. In fact the whole family came, husband, Daigo and 6 month old son, Masa, who was a very happy little baby and not a bit disturbed by our western ...

    Travelling Into An Earthquake Zone.

    A travel blog entry by kim-davis on Feb 06, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... reminder of the horrors of nuclear war (and war in general, I guess). There is a very strong push in this city towards nuclear disarmament, with lots of volunteers around the famous bombing sites encouraging tourists and indeed anyone to sign nuclear disarmament petitions. I got bailed up by one of these volunteers at the Atomic Bomb Dome. I signed the petition willingly, noting that the 5 other people who had signed the page before me were all from Australia or ...

    Ocean Forest Remembers

    A travel blog entry by oflc-japan2015 on Jan 21, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    Yesterday saw us pay our respects in Hiroshima to all the A-Bomb victims from August 6th 1945.

    Our visit to the Peace Memorial Park started with a reflection at the A-Bomb Dome which is the remains of the former Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall. The atomic bomb exploded directly above this building and was one of a few that remained standing. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite the building being covered in ...

    Miyajima and Hiroshima

    A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Nov 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... is the Memorial Museum. Parts of this are quite hard to see. There is a scale model of what Hiroshima looked like for 2.5 km around the blast- most of it was flattened- and there are many personal items donated that people had on them when the blast went off including charred clothing. Many items belonged to teenagers as they were all in the area building fire breaks in case of an air strike from the US. The item that hit me the most though was a burnt tricycle that ...