Related Trips (1,103)HiroshimaMore Hiroshima Trips
A Travel Blog by tomerlin_rs
... to other cities such as Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo and Mt. Fuji during the five weeks I will be there. While in Hiroshima, I will complete my studies at the University of Hiroshima pharmacy school. Who would have ever thought that pharmacy school would have ...
A Travel Blog by sujen
... Peace Studies participants, and other interested viewers. It is the log of a 2 week intensive peace studies course that culminated in a commemorative ceremony in Hiroshima's Peace Park on August 6, to remember the first dropping of the A-bomb.
Related Entries (2,596)HiroshimaMore Hiroshima Entries
A Travel Blog entry by ririe.rm from Hiroshima, Chugoku, Japan
... mengirimkan surat protes. Surat-surat itu dipajang di salah satu panel di dalam museum. Salah satunya dikirimkan walikota Hiroshima kepada Presiden Obama memprotes sebuah percobaan bom nuklir. Berjalan menjauhi museum dan Genbaku Dome, Hiroshima tak ...
A Travel Blog entry by thebartons99 from Hiroshima, Chugoku, Japan
... with the food here), we went to see Hiroshima Castle (a replica, as the original was completely destroyed by the bomb). Hiroshima was originally a castle town, and the whole region was governed from this majestic castle on the delta. Afterwards, we ...
A Travel Blog entry by benleah from Hiroshima, Japan
Ben Reporting: Obviously a city like Hiroshima comes with some pre-conceptions from a Westerners point of view. It was the first city in history to be bombed by an atomic bomb, an action that, in a flash, destroyed an entire city and ended WWII. Some ...
Related Pictures (16,048)HiroshimaMore Hiroshima Pictures
Related Videos (97)HiroshimaMore Hiroshima Videos
Related Accommodations (377)HiroshimaMore Hiroshima Accommodations
3-8 Mikawa cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, JapanTraveler Rating
- 1 review
Related Attractions (46)HiroshimaMore Hiroshima Attractions
3-2 Motomachi, , Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Chugoku, Japan77 reviews
Half of the paintings in this round museum in the center of Hiroshima are by the French masters, including Degas, Renoir and Monet, and the other half are by Japanese artists.