Hiroshima Peace Memorial
We stayed at the Hotel Hokke Club in Hiroshima which is just
a short walk across 4 blocks to reach this Hiroshima Peace Memorial.
We have visited the Atomic site in Nagasaki 2 years ago
and came to Hiroshima to visit the Miyajima Island.
Since we were there, we should also visit the historical
Atomic site and the Museum as well.
1. My wife always lead me every where in life!
I am always behind snapping photos.
Can you see the ruins of the dome?
2. This is the closer view by the river of the landmark of the
dome building where the deadly bomb exploded in the mid air.
The 2 Atomic bombs didn't touch the grounds of Nagasaki
& Hiroshima but exploded in the mid air.
I will post the visit to the Atomic Bomb Museum next
which will show graphics of the deadly bomb.
3. Statues to commemorate some famous people.
4. They have a pictorial board to show the history.
5. One for our Album of Remembrance.
The temperature was 0 degrees Celcius.
6. The bridge that withstood the A-Bomb but it has been rebuilt.
The feeling was very sad as we walked away into the night.
We should say "NO TO NUCLEAR"
We stayed in 4 different hotels in Japan but
only 2 hotels had the most fantastic breakfast buffets.
I have to share the good reasons with everyone.
This Hotel Hokke Club charged around 1000 Yen
per person to enjoy the lavish quality breakfast buffet.
It is just like RM37.00 per head to allow me to
stuff myself like a 7.00am "brunch meal".
I went back to sleep after my "brunch".
7. This hotel has very high standards in F&B and room service.
I saw several Sumo Wrestlers staying there too.
The buffet tables were longer than what I have snapped.
8. All their food served were fantastic and deliciously cooked
to perfection. I had never seen any hotel which would proudly
display all the PC tablets beside their signature dishes
to boast all the very finest ingredients & top notch brands
they have used to cook or marinate them.
They even briefly shared the origins of those dishes
from different parts of Japan.