Hiroshima in B+W
So I was nominated by a friend in Facebook to do a 5-day B+W photos. This is a challenge where I post for 5 days and with 5 different images and challenge a photographer for each day.
I was in Hiroshima, Japan then and I decided to use the photos taken with my phone — and I had more than 5 photos. 🙂
Took three taxi rides in Hiroshima. Two of them were helmed by drivers not younger than 50-year-old (didn’t ask, just an assumption).
Hiroshima skyline during sunrise. Ohayou gozaimasu~. Besides being unfortunately famous as ground zero of an atomic bomb in 1945, did you know Hiroshima is also the home to the Mazda Motor Corporation?
No lack of information, just not in English. This flight of stairs leads the noriba (platform) for the Shinkansen.
Besides driving a Mazda to work, cycling is the other preferred mode of transportation in Hiroshima.
Curved pedestrian bridge
Chef at work, preparing the Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki or also known as hiroshimayaki. Hiroshimayaki uses less batter and soba or udon noodles as topping. One hiroshimayaki is good enough for a meal and it costs less than SGD6.
The Hiroshima city sits at the delta of River Ota which breaks into 6 smaller rivers. The multiple bridges give the city a rather scenic look.
I was seated next to these in a restaurant one evening. I am not sure what are these… but they look like bottles of liquor.
Under the Shinkansen tracks