Hotel New Yorishiro

16-5 Wakakusacho, Higashi-ku, Hiroshima, Hiroshima Prefecture, 732-0053, Japan
Hotel New Yorishiro
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Travel Tips for Hiroshima

Kure is an impressive town,...

by ErnieGal

Kure is an impressive town, and is small enough to enjoy in a short time. The architectural structures that make up the town of 240,000 are beautiful as well as practical. For instance, the beautiful crimson Ondo Ohashi is an impressive bridge which spans the strait. It has a spiral approach to provide clearance for passing ships. Ondo no Seto Park, located on the Kure side of the bridge, is noted for its azaleas. From this park, Mr. Yasumiyama Skyline Driveway offers a fine view of the Seto Inland Sea. Kure city is still thriving as part of the Seto Inland Sea's coastal industrial zone. Hints of the navy town of former days are still apparent. Sightweeing highlights includes Ondo no seto Park which features a national tourist lodge and Takagarasudai ovservation point. The park's scenery is breath-taking. The objects preserved and displayed in the Irifuneyama Memorial Hall give the visitor a glimpse of Kure's history.

A-Bomb Dome

by vic&michael

The A-Bomb Dome is a Unesco World Heritage Site from 1996. The atomic bomb exploded almost directly above this dome. Formerly the Industrial Promotional Hall, it's skeleton-frame sends shivers up your spine as you imagine the horrors that took place here.

Hiroshima Peace Park

by KevinMichael

There are a number of areas to see around Hiroshima Peace Park including the museum itself.
Much of what is here is one of mankind's present day reminders of how bad it can get. This place is to remind us of those who died in the immediate blast and wake of the first use of an atomic bomb on a human population. We should hope that it never happens again as the next time will likely be far worse than Hiroshima or Nagasaki.
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Ironically, as North Korea and Iran and others try to develop these weapons they're only more likely to have such weapons be used against their own population. Stupid.

We would be better off without such weapons than with them. Still the world seems significantly ignorant of how horrible these weapons are. When your neighbor has a gun and you have a gun, you have a much better chance of shooting each other than if neither of you had a gun. The same goes for nukes. Now that India has the bomb and Pakistan has the bomb, they're more likely to destroy one another (MAD - mutual assured destruction). Stupid.

We can only hope that Japan never develops the bomb in response to North Korea. If it does then I don't think mankind will have any hope left. Hiroshima and Nagasaki must be remembered. Their prior destruction would be in vain if Japan reversed its stance on possession of such weapons of horror. Keep in mind the weapons used then are minuscule compared to some of today's nuclear weapons. If a large scale nuclear exchange took place today between the US and another serious nuclear power, American deaths would number over 100 million within the first hour.

A city reborn from its ashes

by muratkorman

"Peace and a nuclear free world"

Hiroshima has been hit by the atom bomb at the end of Second World War. The victims of this bomb were about 220,000 people. The city has been destroyed on a large scale and yet it was reborn from its ashes like a phoenix with the ambition and hard work of Japanese people. Hiroshima is a city that you can't avoid feeling sad about its past, but it also gives you hope for peace and a nuclear free world with continuous efforts from its mayors. I usually end up my reviews of any city I visited with "I enjoyed my stay in this city ...", but for Hiroshima I will say: I shared the pain and sorrow of Japanese people for what has happened here and I am impressed with how they managed to recover from such a huge devastation.

Hiroshima Genbaku-Dome(Atomic Bomb Memorial Tower)

by AyurinHiro

Genbaku-Dome(Atomic Bomb Memorial Tower) is one of the UNESCO's World Heritage.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki are only two places in the world, which experienced the atomic bomb...

They have recoverd already, but we have to remember the war...
Thie dome is the only one building that survived the atomic bomb.

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