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Finding Peace in Hiroshima



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The beautiful city of Hiroshima, Japan is legendary for its natural surroundings and is the capital of the Hiroshima Prefecture. Just as exciting is the city's vibrant nightlife downtown, where the skyscrapers remind you that you're in a major city. The city holds annual festivals all year round that represent many cultures including an impressive Christmas set up filled with illuminated ornaments through the downtown streets every year.

Hiroshima is famous for its pancake-style dish called okonomiyaki & its fresh oysters. When visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site the Itsukushima Shrine, you can see the countless oyster traps along the shore. These are some of the most delicious oysters in the world and have made the city also known for some amazing oyster rice bowls and lunch boxes.

The city's dedication to their professional baseball team, the Hiroshima Carps, shows their loyalty and passion in a symbol that stands for one another. For a major metropolis, the people are kind and genuine who will go out of their way to help you. This type of welcoming and generosity makes me always look forward to spending great days amongst awesome people and an incredible city.

The Magnificent Hiroshima Castle

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We started our adventure with plans of seeing the Hiroshima Castle before shopping at the Pacela Mall. It had been a while since my last castle so I was pretty excited because they always get me in the same mood I get when I watch an awesome documentary. Castles are symbols of power and everything in them were designed to maintain that power so we can admire the great details that went in to fortify them.

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The castle grounds were interesting to see and we got a feel of what a modern army barrack may be like, in its simplest form. Hiroshima Castle also is known as Carp Castle. It still has a few of the stones that once belonged to the buildings that housed and trained the warriors that protected the castle. As we approached and entered Carp Castle, one can easily be in awe of the architectural details that make up the modern castle.

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We entered Hiroshima Castle's museum and got a briefing on its history from its informative first floor. The history is well documented by visual and audio aids with a souvenir shop you can purchase educational books from.

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The second floor is full of astonishing armor and swords both historic and modern.

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If you're an O.G. gamer like me, then you'll want to spend extra time on this floor admiring the perfected craftsmanship that goes into making these weapons & sets of armor.

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The following floors are full of artistic tapestries and full of displays dedicated to many artists and craftsmen of Hiroshima both past and present.

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At the very top of Carp Castle, you can use its coined telescope to look over the city with the castle's remarkable view. It was there, that I took a deep breath and realized, I had found a piece of the peace that lives in Hiroshima.

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I have been visiting Hiroshima for years, so as I looked over the city for the first time, I appreciated every person that had shown me great kindness over the years in Hiroshima.

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Before we left the castle to visit the on-site shrine, we managed to find some samurai outfits they let visitors borrow and took some fun photos.

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We stopped by to do a great deed at the Gokoku Shrine and ask the universe for empowerment. We washed the front of our mouths and our hands with the waters of the shrine's fountain like in all shrines across Japan.

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In Buddhism, doing a great deed means adding selfless acts to your karmic cycle of lives. Many people visit temples & shrines to donate or even clean the temples & shrines. We had a very uplifting praise and donated for our great deed. I always love getting consecrated items as souvenirs so after we did our great deed, I manage to find two items for great health and protection while traveling. We left the castle extremely happy with the visit and headed to the Pacela Mall for a few rounds of power shopping.

The World Renowned Itsukushima Shrine

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We began our day hanging out at Pacela Mall, had coffee, some ice cream, and had an excellent lunch before heading to Miyajima Island. We wanted to get there during low tide because the famous giant torii is submerged during high tide. As we exited the ferry, I was welcomed with an unexpected surprise. More than 1000 wild Sika deer live naturally with the locals and some even interact with island visitors.

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The deer are abundant for such a small island and are along the coastline that's filled with restaurants, bakeries and souvenir shops. As you approach the Itsukushima Shrine, you see a lot of visitors standing next to the giant torii during low tide, taking thousands of photos. The Itsukushima Shrine is a UNESCO World Heritage Site so there are also a great number of tourists, not just Japanese visitors. We walked across the ocean floor to view the infamous giant torii and was in awe of the beauty of the ocean.

As I stood next to the giant torii, I marveled at the size of it and examined all the sea life that lives on its base. I understood why it's equally special during both times of the day. When the tide is high, the naturalistic water setting for the Itsukushima Shrine itself is breath-taking. During low tide, the giant torii gets the spotlight because of the access to it, for all the photographers and visitors. One could experience it all if you were able to get there in the morning or spend one night there and the whole day after before coming back to the mainland.

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We decided to cross over the romantic rock bridge and admired the Itsukushima Shrine from the ocean floor. The bridge leads you to the end of the shrine and in front of Daigan-Ji Temple so we stopped in to do a great deed and say a Buddhist prayer.

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We were greeted by the nicest bhikkhunī who explained to us the importance of the merging of Shintoism & Buddhism in Japan.

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She taught us our greatest lesson in kindness and we happily did a great deed before moving on.

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We walked back through the island's alleys full of shops and eateries tasting different food along the way. There were delightful souvenir shops that we bought countless items from and we also got to see the world's biggest wooden spatula on display.

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We crossed back over on the ferry a little exhausted from all the walking and quite hungry from all the food tasting. We all had experienced the greatest time together on Miyajima Island. Next time, we'll have to experience it all again during high tide.

Hiroshima's Famous Oyster Rice Bowls

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We found a small restaurant right at the ferry docks that served glazed oyster & grilled eel rice bowls and we wasted no time ordering. We ended the evening with one of the greatest meals to date, topped with a few bottles of Asahi beer. The eel was grilled to perfection and the glazed oysters were so large, it may have taken me four bites to eat one. The restaurant staff was welcoming in what seemed to be a family business.

We arrived back at our hotel exhausted and full of beer, oysters & eels. We continue to drink into the night and laughed about our Sika deer friends. I look forward to the day I get to return to Miyajima Island to experience the nature trails and the ropeway that takes you above and through the forest. A great way to spend the day for any adventurer. Our overall trips to Hiroshima are always wonderful mainly because of the kind and hospitable locals. There's always a smile on my face from priceless memories, when I leave Hiroshima on the Shinkansen.

Authored & Photographed by: @stewsak

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I am living in Nagoya and being in Japan didnt me give any bad experience since way before. This country is peaceful and harmonious to all people who want to visit. I salute you all the way from Nagoya.

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I love Nagoya because my brother lives in THC... Toyohashi and the people have been so wonderful to me year after year. Next time I'm in THC, I'll drop you a video :) Have an awesome week Bro!

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This was a very touching thing to read, thank you for sharing it. As an American living in Japan, I consider it my duty to visit Hiroshima at some point to pay my respects. But even after living here for years, I haven't quite managed to work up the courage to do it (yet). I'm not convinced that an act as evil as the atomic bombings was necessary to end the war, and I feel ashamed of my home country when I think about it. But the past can't be changed, all we can do is look forward to the future and take to heart the message of the Peace Memorial Park: that everything in humanity's power be done to ensure that such an unspeakable act never be repeated.

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I feel the same way as an American-Thai. Atomic bombs are acts of evil and we the American and Japanese people are not to blame. Those results came from that generation of unfit leaders. Not that this generation of unfit leaders are any better, just saying. But this isn't the Peace Memorial of Hiroshima, this is the museum inside the Hiroshima Castle that's mainly about the city's history and fine arts. Thanks for coming by and hope you have an awesome week!

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Awesome travel write-up as always! While I've visited other cities of Japan (Kyoto, Tokyo) I haven't visited Hiroshima. The castle looks like it's in excellent condition, those are some interesting artifacts on display. It is very hard to imagine, though, what it was like to actually be a samurai in those times - can you imagine trying to attack one of these, or even destroying such a magnificent work of architecture? Of course back then, we don't want rivals to look better than us but still, hard to imagine more violent times.

The food looks great, eel and oysters are so good, especially when the Japanese cook it. It's great that they apparently still have an abundance of local seafood; it's pretty tragic when the local wildlife gets overhunted into local extinction; even where I am in the United States, in the past there would be tons of salmon but the salmon runs are slowly dying over time...

That spatula is a funny picture, clearly made as a statue and not ever used. But as for massive spoons that were used, I did visit a museum in Canada where it had on display an artifact used by the native Americans - a solid thick spoon as long as your arm, huge but still usable, mostly in festivals.

Some might say a good deed is its own reward but I like the idea of having positive karma... but maybe I should pray at a Buddhist temple first?

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Over the years, Hiroshima Castle has been renovated by some of the city's finest artists and their work is displayed at the castle's museum. Awesome work by awesome artists. With great karma, you are the temple. Sure praying with monks at the temple is awesome, but you are the walking good deed and the reward is knowing you make a difference in people's lives every day. I super appreciate you joining us for this post and hope you have a wonderful week.

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I read about the fact that if you are going to visit Japan, then you must visit Hiroshima, the city where the first atomic bomb was dropped in 1945. I think that this is what he is "famous" in the whole world. Nevertheless, I believe that this was a horrible tragedy. I read that in the famous garden of "Sykken" there is a tree that survived a nuclear strike. It is a symbol.
Now Hiroshima is a big modern city. In this city, much has been done to make people remember the world. Hiroshima can be described as a unique city and the capital of the peaceful life of the whole planet.
Your journey shows the best places in this city. I learned about many sights and most importantly thanks to the excellent photos I felt the atmosphere. I am impressed by the temples and culture of Japan. You were able to visit many beautiful places. I liked your trip. Especially its final part where you are tired but happy drinkers :)
Well done!

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The people of Hiroshima are pure joy and make each trip full of priceless memories. I super appreciate you coming by and hope you have an outstanding week!

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This adventure in Hiroshima which known as the largest Island in japan, This island is very rich in culture and history. This city have ruled by Asano clan a japanese samurai clan. If you ever imagine how bloody the war was, using knife or sword not that bullet thing, blood are flowing over the ground. Upon seeing the picture of the castle, I could say that the castle is very rich in history, in the 1st floor of the castle as stated where the audio and visual of the war would experience, In the 2nd floor the armors of the warriors that I consider as a treasure. And thank for @adsactly for me to know that there are 1000 wild Sika deer who live with the poeple through local zones, The delicious Hiroshima's Famous Oyster that makes my stomach starve. Such a wonderful and full of learning travel, I am looking forward for some of your adventure, may @adsactly visit Philippines as my motherland :).

one of the places i have to go to!
so much history there!
what they felt no one night ever understand!
it's heartwarming to see the area is getting itself back slowly

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Wow, great images and post. I love the Japanese design aesthetic. From the architecture to the armor, even the display mount for the samurai sword is unique and well thought. I'm surprised to see the worlds largest spatula just because I wouldn't think that would be found to be an important endeavor. Regardless, cool stuff thanks.

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We all sat there and debated whether it was a wooden spoon or paddle, then I did the, "Look! What's that?!" as everyone turned, googled it and BAMO! Spatula. LOL. I wasn't expected that so it was a funny surprise. Thanks for stopping by and have an awesome week!

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wow this place is soo beautiful and peaceful 😍

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The locals are also a joy to be around. Thanks for joining us and have an incredible week!

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I have read your ''ADSactly Travel - Finding Peace in Hiroshima''article
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I always read your good posts.
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So happy that you enjoyed it. It was a wonderful trip filled with great people along the way. Hope you have a terrific week!

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So happy you enjoyed it. It was an awesome trip and the people of Hiroshima are always welcoming. Thanks for coming by and hope you all have a superb week!

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki are the world historical cities according to atom bomb blast.
These both cities recovered their state and pace very soon in the world.
Now Hiroshima is a peaceful place.

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The people of Hiroshima are amazing people and like you said, they recovered quickly and well. I'm proud to call them my friends. All of them. Appreciate you coming by and have a marvelous week!

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Well said bro I also appreciate you for calling them friend like me

Hiroshima made me love oysters. It really is a beautiful place to visit.

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I even brought back oyster lollipops from there...LOL. Have a wonderful week!

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I am definitely going to add this to my travel destination list! Hiroshima history would be fascinating to learn about first hand. I have a feeling my east asian history class in college didn't do it justice. What did you mean by O.G. gamer?

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Yes, I hope to see your posts about visiting Hiroshima sooner than later :) That would be awesome. And Los Angeles around my older generation, O.G. means original gangsta popularized by Ice T's classic album... So O.G. gamer basically means I'm getting old, and been gaming before most of you were born...LOL. Thanks for coming by and have an outstanding week!

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I got the distinction about what an O.G. gangster is, but I was wondering what games you played back in the day! Do you still play games now? I hope you have a great week too!

Ahh my heart hurts and a headache was forming from looking at the pictures so this is one of the places I don't think I could stay in for too long, so glad I was able to visit vicariously with those photos and detailed walk through. Thanks :)

That little girl in the blue-green dress is unfairly adorable. The baby probably is too but I can't see clearly so making assumptions.

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Hi, thanks for coming by and joining us for this post. Are you referring to the Peace Memorial in Hiroshima? This is the museum at the Hiroshima Castle and more about the city's development, history and fine art. Hope you have a great week!

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Great write-up! It is indeed a gripping experience. What touched me the most were the drawings from all the children that survived the initial blast, to see through their eyes the burnt and dead bodies.

But Hiroshima has now positioned itself as a the city of peace. I like the initiative by the Major of Hiroshima, where he sends an official protest letter to the head of the state whenever a country performs a new nuclear test.

btw. For the atomic bomb dome, it should be "genbaku domu" in Japanese.

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Though the Peace Memorial in Hiroshima is quite touching, I didn't visit there this trip. This is the museum in the Hiroshima Castle about the city's history and fine arts. Thanks for coming by and hope you have a superb week!

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would also like to spend the big days among the great people and the extraordinary city. hopefully I can also visit these places, and witness the beauty of the surrounding, thank you for sharing, although I have not been able to see these places, little felt I have felt the beauty of the post you share to us. best wishes.🙏

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I'm confident you would love the people and hope to be reading your posts about your travels there one day sooner than later. Thanks for coming by and have an awesome week.

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Wow. I have only read about Hiroshima. I have always seen it as a place of tragedy and pain. it is a relief to see that there is another beautiful and peaceful side to it. the pictures are a prove that it is definitely a place to be. I will include it as one of the places i need to visit in the future. Resteemed

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Hiroshima is an awesome city. In the past 200 years, they've had one tragedy and ten thousand successes. The people are loving and I hope to read your posts about Hiroshima one day sooner than later. Hope you have a great week!

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Wow! Awesome post, so filled with information and I love the photography!

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So happy you enjoyed it. Super appreciate you coming by and have a wonderful week!

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Thanks for sharing @adsactly and @stewsak. What amazing photos as always. Great story as well. Loving all the amazing architecture in Japan. WoW, how truly beautiful. Have a blessed day all.

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The experience was surreal because of the kindness of the locals. I look forward to the day we tackle the Japanese Alps together!

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Japan are really peace loving people and can do tremendous hard work

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They've built their culture on some really awesome and honorable beliefs. Thanks for coming by and hope you have an awesome week!

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All the very best to you also

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Thanks a million!

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Thank you !

Japan is definitely one of the countries I will be visiting in the near future. The food, history, culture and people will surely make it an amazing trip. Thank you for sharing about your experience and allowing us to see Hiroshima through your eyes.

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I suggest getting the unlimited Shinkansen ticket when the time comes and explore the entire country. And lots of ginseng! That's how I did my first few trips to Japan in my much younger days :) Little sleep and a whole lotta exploring. Thanks for coming by and have a great week!

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Thanks I will look into that, sounds like a good idea. You have yourselves a great week. :)

Miyajima Island is well worth the quick trip on the local ferry. Try to go at high tide when the O-torii Gate looks like it is floating in the water. The Itsukushima Shrine is beautiful and very interesting as are the surrounding hills. You need at least a half day on this beautiful island.

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Miyajima still has many treasures I've yet to encounter. I still haven't done high tide so I'm thinking next trip I may just stay at a resort there and get an early start. Oh, also the ropeway and nature trails. Just didn't have enough time but super grateful to have been there. Thanks for stopping by and hope you have an awesome week!

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Excelente Santuario, me gustaría conocerlo en algún momento, buenos sitios que apreciar.

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So happy you like it and have an incredible week!

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I want to be there, I love that place,
I interested from your own story..
thank you so much..

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So happy you enjoyed it and have a wonderful week!

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this place wonderful.thanks for travel

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Glad you liked it. Have an amazing week!

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Japan! Interesting country! Original culture and beautiful nature. I think to visit the country in the near future. To see everything with your own eyes and immerse yourself in an unforgettable world, this amazing island.

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Hope to be reading your post about Japan soon :) Thanks for coming by and hope you have a great week!

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Wow cool

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Thanks a quadrillion!

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@adsactly I wish one day I can visit Hiroshima

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You would love it and have a superb week!

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@stewsak & @adsactly thank you for the post I’m definitely going to Hiroshima next time I go to Japan,keep posting nice picture of your next journey.

what a beautiful Hiroshima pictures

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Thanks a trillion!

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really amazing post! You wrote it so clearly !

Thank you to share that

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So glad you like it and hope you have a terrific week!

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Finding peace with Hiroshima, find out all the possible things

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It was an awesome trip and thanks for coming by.

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I've lived in Japan for 16 years and after I moved to the U.S., I still try to visit Japan every year since my family lives there. I've never been to Hiroshima. This article was so informational! Thank you!

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So happy you enjoyed it and hope you have an excellent week!

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Look forward to your future journeys! :)

Atomic bomb mushroom clouds over Hiroshima(left)and Nagasaki(right).

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Over the last 100 years, Hiroshima has had 1 tragedy and 10,000 successes. The city & her people are awesome.

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my best friend and I are new to steemit and this is the first post we have read and we have loved!

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That just made my morning brighter and gave me more motivation as a writer. Hope to be reading your posts in the near future. Hope you 2 have an incredible week!

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ADSactly Travel - Finding Peace in Hiroshima has been resteemed by the mystical @resteemmuse

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Thanks a billion!

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Thank you @adsactly! Wonderful article - I love your story of a great outing, especially with the giant spatula and the deer! And the glazed eel and oysters look so delicious! Have a great evening!

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The giant spatula took everyone by surprise...LOL. Thanks for coming by and have a great week.

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Can not miss the Miyajima Island in cherry blossom season. It is really Breathtaking.
That place is one of the best cherry blossom spots in japan
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Those cherry blossoms are gorgeous and I know I have a picture of that 5-floor pagoda somewhere. Would love to visit the island during its green season. Hope you have a wonderful day.

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Wow, this place sounds nice, amid all the negative press. Have to put Hiroshima on my place to visit. But I suppose its the same with the press about Africa.

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Hiroshima is a lovely city and I'm sure you'd love it. Have an incredible week.

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I am very exiting for japany food. When i will got a chance to visit japan then i will must taste verious japanis food. I think japanes food are owsome taste. Thank's for your informative post.

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You're going to love the people and food. I hope to one day be reading your posts about Japan, sooner than later :) Have an incredible week!

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Our hope so.

Hola @adsactly
Me encanto el tour que me acabas de hacer por Hiroshima.
De verdad se agradece y me cautivo mucho el Castillo.
Sorprendente el avance arquitectónico que ha tenido esta ciudad después de la Tragedia que la tiño un día 06 de agosto de 1945.
Saludos y Gracias por publicar el artículo

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So glad you liked the castle and Hiroshima recovered well from the tragedy. Thanks for coming by and hope you have an incredible week!

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Wow! This place is Beautiful! I Always Thought this place was Just a Barren Land after the Nuclear attack! But thanks to your post i could update myself with this beautiful place in japan!

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In the last 150 years, Hiroshima has had 1 tragedy and 10,000 successes. You would love the locals and hope to one day read your post about visiting Hiroshima. So glad you can join us for this post and hope you have a superb week!

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Thanks 😊

Makes me want to go!

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You'd love it!

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May God Give peace in Hiroshima

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Thanx 4 stopping by and hope you have a terrific week!

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Amazing

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Thanks a billion!

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so nice travel i appreciate your life thanks for sharing this post ..Best of luck ...

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Thanks for joining us and hope you have a great week!

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