Aioi

Address: 1-3-14 Otemachi Naka-ku , Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, 730-0051 , Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan, located in the Chudenmae Station area of Hiroshima, is near The Cenotaph, Mazda factory, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, and Setoda town.
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      Travel Blogs from Hiroshima

      Taking a bullet

      A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 14, 2014

      ... race against time, but I made it and the hostel was only 10 minutes away...

      Despite the weather, I headed straight back out to the numerous nearby memorials to the atomic bomb and I have to say it was a thoroughly chastening afternoon. Probably the starkest aspect was the reading of the children of Hiroshima's memoirs. I had to leave after four as the whole experience was simply far too sobering, as it ...

      Nagoya to Hiroshima

      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 03, 2014

      43 photos

      ... you name it.

      We made our way to the Tori Gate to wait for the sunset. It was worth it. Before we knew it, it was almost 5.50pm. We had to be back to the ferry by 5.55pm. It was a mad rush to get back. Joseph and already made his way back there whereas Lynne, John and I had been dawdling over taking more sunset photos. We were the last three of the group to get back. I did apologise to Takako and Owen. There were a couple more people behind us so we ...

      From the wreckage

      A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Sep 02, 2014

      13 photos

      ... that this should've been unthinkable is to be remembered here. Paper cranes adorn this monument as well for the fallen children soldiers.



      The museum is a very somber place. This is no holds barred. They show it exactly as it was. Devastation, death and disease. This is not a place for the faint of heart and is a very emotional place for many people. Children's clothing and matching stories of where they were leading ...

      Stairs, stairs and more stairs

      A travel blog entry by petturik on May 14, 2014

      11 photos

      ... one of the temples below. I sat down a few times just to listen. At the top of Mt. Misen they built a small observatory which gives you a 360 degrees view of the island, Hiroshima and the inland sea. And even though it was still a bit cloudy and foggy, it's one of the most beautiful views i have ever seen in my life. Absolutely gorgeous! After that is was a short descent to the ropeway. I got myself a bowl of odon soup and of all the ingredients i could ...

      Dead people, Okonomiyaki and winning

      A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 19, 2014

      9 photos

      This morning I woke up at the crack of dawn to make sure I went to morning prayers with the monks. It was absolutely freezing cold! Morning prayers were split into 2 ceremony, one in the main the monastery and the other just outside in a smaller temple. For the first session we sat in silence facing the altar, whilst the monks recited prayers (in Japanese). The second session was a more elaborate affair, the temple was a lot smaller, so is was very cosy and we ...