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... the sheer scope of the destruction caused by the bomb and of course there were some incredibly difficult things to see when it came to the victims themselves. The artifacts that were on display provided a very interesting look into the unique forces at play when an explosion of that magnitude takes place and separating for a moment the event from the tragic loss of life, it was very interesting to see how certain items like glass and steel girders responded to ...
... very interesting to watch.
After this we made our way to the traditional cobble stone area. Along the way we came across a very large cemetery. We realised this was the main Kyoto cemetery. It was unbelievably big. We then began walking home along the cobble stone paths. Along the way we stopped into a few more ceramics shops, and dad bought me a chocolate ice cream.
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... food was nice though. We have noticed that there are many elderly people working here in Japan, especially men. We do not know if it is these years of economic troubles that Japan has had and people need a complement to their pensions. It is clear that Japan’s population is quite old and it reminds us a bit of Switzerland. In fact, I am not sure if Elena mentioned this on her entry but in Hakone, we felt that we were ...
... photos of the famous Iwakuni bridge. In this entry, I've included shots of the bridge at spring time. With the cherry blossoms at their peak, the local tradition is to go to the bridge, have a picnic and enjoy the atmosphere. I have included a myriad of pics to try and capture the beauty and festive nature of the spring. Enjoy ...
... de ne pas marcher sur la mousse !). Au fond du jardin se trouve les tombes du couple Hosokawa ainsi que celle de Izuno no Okuni, l’inventeur du kabuki (théâtre traditionnel japonais). Le temple est plutôt petit mais décoré avec grâce et raffinement.
Oubai-in fut construit en 1562 par Toyotomi Hideyoshi, alors gouverneur militaire de Kyoto, sous les ordres de Oda Nobunaga. Dans un premier temps, il fut construit pour servir de temple familial à la ...