Hiroshima Tourist Traps

  • In Memoriam
    In Memoriam
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    the last remain building
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    Last remain building

    by DanaRo Updated Apr 29, 2003

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    the last remain building

    A common building, some walls in ruin? No! A solid trace, strong enough to resist, even so close to the hypocenter (100 - 200 m), destroying all the construction rules. It wanted to survive.

    Fun Alternatives: Is there a building for ever, indestructible, untouchable? Go there!

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    City of Peace

    by DanaRo Written Apr 29, 2003

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    In Memoriam

    Once you visit Hiroshima, you cannot forget it. The Museum is full of emotions. My hand sometimes refuse to take pictures inside it. Not to disturb the atosphere... I recommend to the people who wants to start a war to go first there....

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    Well-wishes written on...

    by Sharrie Written Sep 12, 2002

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    Well-wishes written on Japanese rice scoop.
    Rice Scoop is one of the most popular souvenirs of Miyajima; known locally as shakushi (wooden rice scoop). The ones pictured here are not for daily use but there are quite a variety of those on sales here.

    Does anyone really need these?

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    Japanese Rice Scoop.

    by Sharrie Written Sep 1, 2002

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    Well-wishes written on Japanese rice scoop.
    Rice Scoop is one of the most popular souvenirs of Miyajima; known locally as shakushi (wooden rice scoop). The ones pictured here are not for daily use but there are quite a variety of those on sales here.

    Does anyone really need these?

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    Peace symbols

    by DanaRo Written Apr 29, 2003

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    Symbols

    Paper cranes in long chains, hanged near the rock big monuments ... they represent the monuments created by simple peoples.

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