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Hiroshima & Kure , Japan - Tour / Travel / Guide / Essence

Hiroshima & Kure , Japan - Tour / Travel / Guide / Essence

Itsukushima shrine
Hiroshima castle
Yamato museum (Kure)
Atomic Bomb Dome
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NAGASAKI, JAPAN (2020) What To See

Drone footage and information about what happened in Nagasaki during the second world war. American troops dropped an atomic bomb in Nagasaki on August 9th in 1945. A total of 80000 people died and the city was left completely devastated.

There are 2 famous parks in Nagasaki, the Nagasaki Peace Park and the Hypocenter Park. You can see multiple monuments around the city and each monument has a special meaning.

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Are YOU planning a Japan trip in 2018? Looking for things to do in Hiroshima? The Onomichi Temple Walk is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in Japanese culture by checking out numerous Japanese shrines and temples (over 25 in Onomichi), visit Cat Alley and take the ropeway (or walk) up Mount Senko-ji.

However! Onomichi is a typical small Japanese town (almost like a ghost town and pretty deserted) with most local shops being closed on certain weekdays, which is frustrating! To actually find some life in Onomichi head to the area clos to Onomichi Station, where you can find Onomichi U2, with places to shop and eat.

Please note the negativity and sarcasm in this video is exactly that and is a reflection of how it can feel being in Japan for an extended period! Extreme honesty is a trademark of my channel and no offence is intended - Japan is awesome!

Overall Onomichi is probably a great place to visit in Japan, just not in early February when it's freezing cold and snowing!

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Japan's Most Beautiful Cycling Route | Shimanami Kaido Travel Guide

Shimanami Kaido is one of Japan's most famous cycling routes connecting the main island Honshu with Shikoku.

Ever since I heard about this bikeway a few months ago, I knew I had to travel there some day to experience it for myself!!

So, I packed up my bags, bought a Shinkansen ticket and took a spontaneous trip down to Onomichi, Hiroshima.

Shimanami Kaido Bikeway runs between Onomichi in Hiroshima Prefecture and Imabari in Ehime Prefecture, hopping across 6 islands of the Seto Inland Sea.

You can start your journey from either the Hiroshima side or the Ehime side. I started from the Hiroshima side because the views get better and better as you go along towards Ehime.

So, hope you enjoy the new adventure with me and let me know in the comments something you have always wanted to do!! And then MAKE time for it and actually go do it! :D

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Onomichi ✿ Kosanji: Hiroshima's Most Beautiful Secret - 尾道市の耕三寺 - Japan As It Truly Is

Few make it to Onomichi, fewer still to Kosanji - one of Japan's most beautiful temples. The detail and size are astonishing.
Kosanji is not old, though. It was expanded from a villa made in 1927 by an industrialist for his mother. After she died in 1934, in 1936 Kōsanji grew into a temple built in memorial to all mother's love for their children, and the current form took over 3 decades to construct.
One of the most fantastic elements is the Hell Cave, combining elements that remind you of Buddhist cosmology, Disneyland, Halloween, and Dante's Inferno.
For experienced Japan travelers, if you think you have seen some of the buildings elsewhere, you are right - there are clones of the Yomeimon Gate in Nikko and the Byodoin Phoenix Hall in Uji. The amount of detail put into the entire temple is simply astounding, and you haven't seen the best of Japan until you see this place.
People are often surprised how colorful the place is, a lot more like SE Asian temples, and traditionalists may frown at how bright, even gaudy, some things may look. Some Japanese fret at how it's more of a museum than a temple. But after getting templed out in other cities like Kyoto, where everything can become a blur, you certainly won't forget this place long after you leave it.
Additionally, there is the Miraishin no Oka, a massive stone structure at the top of the hill made of marble shipped in from Italy.
Sadly, few travelers know this place exists, and they leave Onomichi thinking it is just a quaint hillside walk though some humdrum small temples.

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Japan / Hiroshima City Part 7

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As of 2006, the city has an estimated population of 1,154,391, while the total population for the metropolitan area was estimated as 2,043,788 in 2000.The total area of the city is 905.08 km², with a population density of 1275.4 persons per km².The population around 1910 was 143,000. Before World War II, Hiroshima's population had grown to 360,000, and peaked at 419,182 in 1942.Following the atomic bombing in 1945, the population dropped to 137,197.By 1955, the city's population had returned to pre-war levels.
Hiroshima has a professional symphony orchestra, which has performed at Wel City Hiroshima since 1963. There are also many museums in Hiroshima, including the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, along with several art museums. The Hiroshima Museum of Art, which has a large collection of French renaissance art, opened in 1978. The Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum opened in 1968, and is located near Shukkei-en gardens. The Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, which opened in 1989, is located near Hijiyama Park. Festivals include Hiroshima Flower Festival and Hiroshima International Animation Festival.Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, which includes the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, draws many visitors from around the world, especially for the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony, an annual commemoration held on the date of the atomic bombing. The park also contains a large collection of monuments, including the Children's Peace Monument, the Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims and many others.
Hiroshima's rebuilt castle (nicknamed Rijō, meaning Koi Castle) houses a museum of life in the Edo period. Hiroshima Gokoku Shrine is within the walls of the castle. Other attractions in Hiroshima include Shukkei-en, Fudōin, Mitaki-dera, and Hijiyama Park.
The atomic bombings of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan were conducted by the United States during the final stages of World War II in 1945. The two events are the only use of nuclear weapons in war to date.Following a firebombing campaign that destroyed many Japanese cities, the Allies prepared for a costly invasion of Japan. The war in Europe ended when Nazi Germany signed its instrument of surrender on 8 May, but the Pacific War continued. Together with the United Kingdom and the Republic of China, the United States called for a surrender of Japan in the Potsdam Declaration on 26 July 1945, threatening Japan with prompt and utter destruction. The Japanese government ignored this ultimatum, and the United States deployed two nuclear weapons developed by the Manhattan Project. American airmen dropped Little Boy on the city of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945, followed by Fat Man over Nagasaki on 9 August.
Within the first two to four months of the bombings, the acute effects killed 90,000--166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000--80,000 in Nagasaki, with roughly half of the deaths in each city occurring on the first day. The Hiroshima prefecture health department estimated that, of the people who died on the day of the explosion, 60% died from flash or flame burns, 30% from falling debris and 10% from other causes. During the following months, large numbers died from the effect of burns, radiation sickness, and other injuries, compounded by illness. In a US estimate of the total immediate and short term cause of death, 15--20% died from radiation sickness, 20--30% from burns, and 50--60% from other injuries, compounded by illness. In both cities, most of the dead were civilians, although Hiroshima had a sizeable garrison.On 15 August, six days after the bombing of Nagasaki, Japan announced its surrender to the Allies, signing the Instrument of Surrender on 2 September, officially ending World War II. The bombings led, in part, to post-war Japan's adopting Three Non-Nuclear Principles, forbidding the nation from nuclear armament. The role of the bombings in Japan's surrender and their ethical justification are still debated.

Japanese Style Home Tour Similar to Shinchan and Doraemon - HIROSHIMA CITY : ATOMIC BOMB DOME

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Hiroshima In A Day: Miyajima | Japan Travel Guide

Japan travel guide to what to do and eat in Miyajima, Hiroshima in a day!

Hiroshima is near the bottom of the main island Honshu and a must visit when coming to Hiroshima is the island Itsukushima, more popularly known as Miyajima. It’s one of Japan’s top 3 scenic sights, most famous for its giant torii gate, which at high tide seems to float on the water.

Miyajima island is also a great place for a day trip from the Kansai region like Kyoto and Osaka but I would recommend staying in Hiroshima for a few days to explore Hiroshima city and another day for Miyajima island.

I started my trip off at Hiroshima station and took a 25 minute train ride to JR Miyajima-guchi station.

From there it’s less than a 5 minute walk to the ferry terminal where you will take a 10 minute ferry ride to go to Miyajima island.

Places visited:
Itsukushima Shrine and the “floating tori gate”
Omotesando Shopping Street
Momiji Bridge
Daisho-in Temple
Senjokaku and the 5 story Pagoda

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Scenery of Onomichi city Part2 Hiroshima, Japan. 尾道をゆく2

2014年2月の尾道。
ところどころに残雪が。

In February, 2014, I walked around in Onomichi.
There is remaining snow here and there.

Onomichi, Hiroshima Trip | Touring My Sister In Japan | Bananna Vlog EP 25

May 24, 2018. I went to Onomichi, Hiroshima with my husband, my friends and first time traveling to Japan, my baby sister Izceah!
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尾道市 広島県 Onomichi, Hiroshima JAPAN

A famous city in Japan located at the Hiroshima District. Great views of the Seto Inland Sea. History, Nature and Culture merged. A Bridge between Honshu and Shikoku.

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On my latest vlog I went to Hiroshima Castle, Peace Memorial Park and ate Hiroshima okonomiyaki. Plus cherry blossoms had just started to bloom!

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Hiroshima was hit by an atomic bomb in August 1945. Today, you can visit the Atomic Bomb Dome, Peace Park and Museum to learn more about this horrendous event which affected thousands of people.

Another way of learning more and discovering information not available in museums is to speak to Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Survivors, another fascinating addition to your list of Things to Do in Hiroshima.

Visit Social Book Cafe in Hiroshima on the 6th of each month to speak to survivors of the Atomic Bomb. In this video, I talk about the story of Takaaki Morikawa, who was just 6 years old at the time of the Hiroshima bomb. He provided fascinating and intreresting information relating to his experience during and after the atomic bomb.

Please note that I chose not to film the actual meeting for this video as I didn't feel comfortable; ie I didn't feel it would be respectful. Why not visit Social Book Cafe in Hiroshima to hear Takaaki's amazing and unimaginable story for yourselves!

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Hiroshima Peace Museum Tour 1st & 2nd Floor (広島平和記念館)

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Anyone still looking for ways to keep on top of important information coming out of Japan about the March 11 earthquake and tsunami now has a central hub to consult, in the shape of a dedicated page from the Google Crisis Response project.
The resources listed include the Person Finder we've seen before, links to the latest information from the domestic utilities, such as Tokyo Electric (TEPCO), government agencies, and a comprehensive list of transit providers.
Many of those are pre-formatted to serve up Japanese pages in machine-translated English, but there's also a full ranzge of information for native speakers of Japanese.
Likely the most useful among these are the missing persons phone lines for the various parts of Tohoku affected by the twin disasters, while there are also continuously updating scanned photos of the resident lists in the various shelters for people displaced from their homes.
Lastly, this being a service from one of the web's heaviest hitters, there are also real time updates from Google News and Twitter. 


Read more: Google swings into action with earthquake crisis response hub | CNNGo.com

Amid the horrific stories of death and destruction surrounding the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku region, there's still room for the occasional wry smile, such as the one surely engendered by the news of 240 refugees taking shelter in, of all places, a nuclear power plant.
The group of men, women and children from Onagawa in Miyagi Prefecture has been holed up in the plant since the tsunami hit, seemingly killing over 1,000 of the town's 10,000 population.
The irony of the nature of their refuge clearly isn't lost on the temporary residents, as the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi power plant 120 kilometers away plays out daily on their televisions.
The electricity to power the sets, incidentally, comes direct from the regional power grid to which the Onagawa plant is attached. The facility is run by Tohoku Electric Power, a separate entity from Tokyo Electric Power, or TEPCO, the operator in charge of Fukushima.
As the group shelters in the employee gym, right next door to the reactors, the good fortune of the survivors is clear.
One man, sheltering with his family said: It's pretty spread out. People are just kind of lying around and relaxing. There are a lot of aftershocks, but it's safe.
Meanwhile, an older woman settled on a more prosaic object of gratitude: It's very clean inside. We have electricity and nice toilets.

【4K】Day walk in Hiroshima and boat ride around the castle

Not a vlog, no intrusive faces and mostly no talking, pure Japan only. A bit of talking in Japanese in the end.
I had some business in Hiroshima and got some time for a walk but not that much, so I walk the standard route from the park with Atomic dome to Hiroshima castle. One special thing was a boat tour around the castle. The weather was nice, the city was full of children on school tours.
I cut some running around the castle looking for ATM because I did not have enough cash for the tour first time. Also, there were some strange clicks, so I stopped few times to check my gimbal.

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Walking around in Hiroshima. June 2019.
Hiroshima Castle, Atomic Bomb Dome, Peace Memorial Park.

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Let's Explore Hiroshima!| My Dream Destination

Hey guys!

I'm back and this time it's another travel vlog. I haven't uploaded any travel vlogs since last year. The reason why is because I find it too difficult to edit and beautify (char). Since I have some free days off of work, I decided to edit and upload a vlog about my recent trip to Hiroshima.

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Hiroshima Peace Museum Tour 3rd Floor (広島平和記念館)

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My Facebook:

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Anyone still looking for ways to keep on top of important information coming out of Japan about the March 11 earthquake and tsunami now has a central hub to consult, in the shape of a dedicated page from the Google Crisis Response project.
The resources listed include the Person Finder we've seen before, links to the latest information from the domestic utilities, such as Tokyo Electric (TEPCO), government agencies, and a comprehensive list of transit providers.
Many of those are pre-formatted to serve up Japanese pages in machine-translated English, but there's also a full ranzge of information for native speakers of Japanese.
Likely the most useful among these are the missing persons phone lines for the various parts of Tohoku affected by the twin disasters, while there are also continuously updating scanned photos of the resident lists in the various shelters for people displaced from their homes.
Lastly, this being a service from one of the web's heaviest hitters, there are also real time updates from Google News and Twitter. 


Read more: Google swings into action with earthquake crisis response hub | CNNGo.com

Amid the horrific stories of death and destruction surrounding the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku region, there's still room for the occasional wry smile, such as the one surely engendered by the news of 240 refugees taking shelter in, of all places, a nuclear power plant.
The group of men, women and children from Onagawa in Miyagi Prefecture has been holed up in the plant since the tsunami hit, seemingly killing over 1,000 of the town's 10,000 population.
The irony of the nature of their refuge clearly isn't lost on the temporary residents, as the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi power plant 120 kilometers away plays out daily on their televisions.
The electricity to power the sets, incidentally, comes direct from the regional power grid to which the Onagawa plant is attached. The facility is run by Tohoku Electric Power, a separate entity from Tokyo Electric Power, or TEPCO, the operator in charge of Fukushima.
As the group shelters in the employee gym, right next door to the reactors, the good fortune of the survivors is clear.
One man, sheltering with his family said: It's pretty spread out. People are just kind of lying around and relaxing. There are a lot of aftershocks, but it's safe.
Meanwhile, an older woman settled on a more prosaic object of gratitude: It's very clean inside. We have electricity and nice toilets.

Japan - Hiroshima Castle & Miyajima Itsukushima Shrine by Drone 4K

The great Torii is the boundary between the spirit and the human worlds. 

Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto shrine on the island of Itsukushima (popularly known as Miyajima), best known for its floating torii gate. The shrine has more than 1400 years of history, and is a registered as an World Heritage Site. 

Hiroshima Castle was constructed in the 1590s, but was destroyed by the atomic bombing on August 6, 1945. The present tower, constructed largely of concrete, was completed in 1958.
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My specialism is in telling outdoor, travel and adventure stories through photography, video and 360-degree imagery. I’ve been fortunate to travel around the world capturing scenic beautiful landscapes and horizons with my Nikon D810 and my Phantom 4 Drone equipment. I love the outdoors and always have done, so to spend time in nature is absolutely thrilling for me.
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