Jun 24, 2019• by younggadabout
The Floating Torii
Itsukushima shrine, the century-old shrine floating in the sea during high tide, has more than 1400 years of history. It is a registered world heritage site which attracts thousands of tourists...
May 20, 2019• by japon1minuto
Sadako and the thousand cranes
Since I was a child I liked to read, I suppose my father, also a regular reader, made me fall in love with reading by recommending titles. One of them was "Sadako wants to live" by Karl Bruckner. The...
Apr 24, 2019• by japon1minuto
Hiroshima is a city of more than one million inhabitants located in southern Japan, sadly famous for being the scene of the explosion of the first atomic bomb, but in addition to the memorial of...
Oct 25, 2018• by Backpacksandbicycles
Top 3 must see in Japan
When you decide to go to a place like Japan, a place that has a lot of wonderful places to explore. It can be hard to decide what to put at the top of your list as places you must see.
What is your best advice fortraveling in Chūgoku?
Hiroshima Peace Memorial
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