JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide #nepal #travel http://travels.remmont.com/japanvisitor-japan-travel-guide-nepal-travel/ #japan travel guide # JapanVisitor.com Your Tourist and Resident Guide to Japan Sandankyo Gorge in Hiroshima Prefecture with fall colors Whereas urban areas and coastal villages tend to have their biggest matsuri in the summer, in the countryside where rice... Read moreThe post JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide #nepal #travel appeared first on Travels.
Two gunners man an anti-aircraft gun on the roof of a Tokyo department store in the last days of World War II. American planes bombed Japanese cities heavily from early in 1945 up until the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and succeeded in crippling most of Japan's urban areas. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
On May 10–11, 1945 The Target Committee at Los Alamos, led by J. Robert Oppenheimer, recommended Kyoto, Hiroshima, Yokohama, and the arsenal at Kokura as possible targets. The target selection was subject to the following criteria: • The target was larger than three miles in diameter and was an important target in a large urban area. • The blast would create effective damage. • The target was unlikely to be attacked by August 1945.
Featuring a home in Hiroshima, Japan by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP. The Optical Glass house offers a welcoming, tranquil atmosphere rarely seen in such perfect combination with contemporary and minimal interior architecture.
Construction site is a rural town away about 60 km from Hiroshima is a provincial city to the east, is a region where a population decline goes ahead through. In Japan, child-rearing facility is insufficient at urban areas. And children are overflowin
Rooftop Defenders in Tokyo - HU036739 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis. Two gunners man an anti-aircraft gun on the roof of a Tokyo department store in the last days of World War II. American planes bombed Japanese cities heavily from early in 1945 up until the bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and succeeded in crippling most of Japan's urban areas.
'm-clinic' by yamaguchi-based practice kubota architect atelier (katsufumi kubota) is a three-storey eye clinic and guesthouse in hiroshima, japan. situated on the border line between the city's urban and suburban context, the design provides a visual landmark for the area with a striking exterior identity consisting of three angular overhangs that excise the space.