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The beautiful side of Hiroshima

 

The city centre of Hiroshima with its A-bomb memorials and museums is sad (click here to read my previous post on the topic), but there is more to Hiroshima than the city centre and sadness. 820 more words

Japanese Food

Momiji and Miyajima

Today I’d like to tell you about Miyajima, the third and final destination on my Fall 2013 trip to Hiroshima and Iwakuni.

Fall 2013!!!! Wow. 726 more words

Travel

Miyajima

Almost an hour outside Hiroshima, first by train and then by boat, lies Itsukushima Island, commonly referred to as Miyajima, or Shrine Island. 392 more words

Japan

Japan Day 11: Hiroshima Day 3, Miyajima (06/04/2015)

The result of our discussions last night was that we would visit Miyajima, “Shrine Island”, more correctly called Itsukushima, today. The low cloud and drizzle that greeted us this morning is not ideal for this trip, but this would be our only opportunity to make it so we set out in hope. 2,170 more words

Photography

Adam's Fun Facts: Velociraptors, Amish, Illegal To Die & More

Where is it illegal to DIE?  What is the truth about the velociraptors? How much revenue do donuts make up for at Dunkin’ Donuts?  All this and more with Adam’s Fun Facts: 107 more words

Features

The heron of Miyajima's bay by markusschilder

Miyajima, world famous for its Itsukushima shrine and its Torii has another, not often spoken about speciality: herons.

As Seen on 500px – May 25, 2015 at 06:10PM

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Itsukushima shrine on Miyajima island by markusschilder

The magic of 200mm f2 at the Itsukushina shrine in Miyajima.

As Seen on 500px – May 24, 2015 at 02:17AM

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