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Feedback left by Workawayer (Andrew)

05/03/2018 Feedback left by Workawayer (Andrew) My experience in the Hostel is one that I will remember forever. Hazuki really made me feel at home. She is a fun and considerate person who is passionate about providing a warm welcome to guests. She is such a joy to spend time together with and get to […]

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Gochiso samadeshita

It’s been over a week now. Tucked about a ten-minute walk away from the Atomic Bomb Dome in Honkawacho, Hiroshima, I have been sheltered by The Evergreen Hostel, which stands in stark contrast to the memorial of a time when war and hate was everywhere. Managed by its warm and generous owner, Hazuki Umemoto, she […]

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Feedback left by Workawayer (Maya)

18/03/2018 Feedback left by Workawayer (Maya) If I had to describe this hostel in one word it would be: Family During my long travel I was always searching for a bit of home. Well I fount it. At first it’s hard to know who is a guest and who is a staff because everyone talk […]

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Feedback left by Workawayer (Christopher)

22/12/2017 Feedback left by Workawayer (Christopher) Hazuki was fantastic to work for and around, she is a very caring and understanding person and made me feel so welcome during my time at her hostel. This was my first workaway experience and it was great, along with being a fantastic host the hostel itself housed many […]

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My Trip in Hiroshima

My Trip in Hiroshima Written by Jenny 30 days ago, when I just reached this city, everything looks very interesting. The anime poster on the wall, cars and tram on the road, the kanji that looks familiar and similar to Chinese words, impressive toilet which is clean and multifunction, every single thing caught my attention. […]

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Let’s go for a drive to Miyoshi!

Let’s go for a drive to Miyoshi! Hi, I’m Danny. It’s getting cooler, particularly in the mornings and evenings. I especially like the clear high sky in autumn. Today, I’d like to talk about the short drive to Miyoshi, a city next to Hiroshima. At first, I was surprised at its kanji, “三次” (kanji is […]

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アラサー男子の広島体験記。

こんにちは。はづきです。 先日会社のもと同期であるアラサー男子3人が泊まりに来てくれました!!ありがたい!! 混雑した路面電車でうっかり降り遅れてしまうハプニングもあったようですが(わたしも広島ビギナーの時はよくやりました笑)、1泊2日でガッツリと広島観光を楽しんでもらえたようです。 I asked them to write some objective information of Hiroshima because they came all the way from Tokyo!  Well, they are all interesting!   【Okonomiyaki】 ◯Because there are many kinds of okonomiyaki, it’s very difficult to choose which to eat.  I want the restaurant to emphasize its strong points.  I don’t care […]

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Eiko+Rosa+Gilberto

きょうはEIKOさんにRosaとGilbertoを紹介しました。 Today I introduced Rosa and Gilberto to Eiko-san! Yaayyy! +++ EIKOさんは本川町20Tのオーナーさんです。レンタルキッチンで月1で各国料理の会を開催していて、プレゼンターを探してました。 エバーグリーンStaffとぜひコラボしてほしい💕(=私はいろいろな国のものが食べたい💕)なんといいチャンスでしょう。 She is an owner of a rental kitchen in Honkawa-cho (very close from hostel), is looking for someone who can cook their country’s typical dish. She organize an international dinner party once a month and she wants to find a new presenter to help […]

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Volunteering in a Hostel

Volunteering in a Hostel Is not been long since I start working in a hostel in Hiroshima here in Japan and is a totally new experience for me, new in a good way, short time but I feel like this is an experience I want to share with you. One of the most common questions […]

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BUDGET TRAVELER’S DAY IN HIROSHIMA

BUDGET TRAVELER’S DAY IN HIROSHIMA Hiroshima is a city with an interesting but horrifying history and it should be on every traveler’s visit list. Thanks to good and fast train connections, traveling inside Japan is convenient and easy. Hiroshima is reachable by train only in five hours from Tokyo. The most common way to travel […]