空空CJWitnessing the historical trajectory of the WWII blast damage. Could be a very powerful feeling. The witnessing felt very unreal but very real. Really worth the place to visit. A visit to Hiroshima must be made to this historic landmark, and when you see the building that survived the atomic bombs up close, you can't help but feel the cruelty of the war by looking at the descriptions on the information boards.
Kurowonderful shrine .... you can enjoy your time here , walking along the coast , gentle patting the deer , the food here also really good ..... near the shrine you can enjoy the food and souvenir street , also you can spend your time on hiking the mountain ..... during the evening when the water getting low you can walk along the big toori , around 4-5 , you can ask the store or ryokan owner about the exact time ...... very nice and beautiful island
D26***89It's worth going there. Every season has a good atmosphere though I highly recommend visiting there in Spring. From Misen Mountain, you can see such a spectacular view!!Local food is also good! There are plenty of choices to grab.
fyqj1234Kure City itself is a military port city. Because the military port is hot and peaceful and quiet, as the home port of the Yamato battleship, there are a lot of memories of Yamato here, plus the Japanese concept of Yamato soul, so the abstract becomes a spirit. Plus the men on the Yamato a few years ago, the popularity is still very high.
The most worth seeing here is the model of the Yamato model copied to scale on the first floor. The workmanship is extremely fine, and you can also go to the side to take close-up shots. The entire museum is divided into several exhibition halls, which give a detailed introduction to the development history of the entire Wugang, so it is not only the Second World War, but also the epitome of the naval struggle. There are many ship models in it. The Japanese originally Those who are good at playing this kind, those who like models can have fun.
If you go to the second half along the way, you can also see the zero fighter and submarine models. Upstairs, there will be a variety of science and even children's playground space, which is quite suitable for parent-child travel.
Recently, there happened to be a special exhibition on the status quo of Yamato and Musashi. It is not recommended to watch. The fare is too expensive. In fact, there is nothing beautiful. A batch of video materials don't feel much meaning to us. To tell the truth about the history of the shipwreck, they pulled the Yamato-class No. 3 ship Shinano out for a walk... The sinking position of the ships in the museum after the war looked quite comfortable.
The museum itself is highly recommended. There are also the Mutsu’s iron anchor and naval gun model outside the museum. It is also a warship that sank inexplicably. If you come to Hiroshima, I really recommend spending half a day here to experience it. What to say Military pot doctrine is really not enough. Most of the visitors are just ordinary people who come to learn about history. The effect of propaganda is incomparable with our patriotic education base.
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Wu City, the Imperial Navy has been stationed here since ancient times. During the Second World War, it became the base of the Imperial Navy. It is an industrial manufacturing port for steel and shipbuilding, and the sea. The Self-Defense Force also has a close relationship. Wugangs powerful shipbuilding capabilities and its mission to defend the waters of southern Japan are full of military charm. As the hometown of Yamato, it is also a place of pilgrimage for many anime fans. It is very convenient to take an hour by JR, and it is very convenient. It is very recommended to go to Wu City to see it in Hiroshima. To understand the various types of Japanese navy in the war and after the war, the most interesting thing is that there are too many ship models and a retired submarine.
Iron whale is really eye-catching! Can't help but jump and scream, this is different from the model seen in the museum, this is the real guy! I said at that time that if I could go in and have a look, I didn't expect to go upstairs and found that I can really go in, and it is free. The door is still attached. "Because it is a real guy, you cant leave the button inside. According to the warning, when the volunteer grandfather asked us to look at it from the periscope, I thought it was a picture. I didnt write it to the opposite sea. Of course, the place where the torpedo was placed on the lower layer could not go down. Peep down.