Re: [76attendees] ATM and GSM

Go Kawaguchi <> Tue, 03 November 2009 07:11 UTC

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I don't know "macrobiotic" though,
this site might be good.

Or to search nice restaurants for other people,

Get Hiroshima

is the most popular site for foreigners who live in Hiroshima.

And its map of "GetHiroshima Map"

this would be precious for tourists.

You can download the PDF files and print them.


From: Ted Lemon <>
Date: Tue Nov 03 2009 02:45:54 GMT+0900

> On Nov 2, 2009, at 9:19 AM, Go Kawaguchi wrote:
>> This site might be useful.
> It's very useful--thank you!
> It would help to have a page with information for people who do are
vegetarian.   I've found this to be difficult when traveling to Japan in
the past - most soup is made with dashi, and the vegetarian items you
find at sushi bars in the U.S. are not that common in Japan.  In the
U.S. there is a tradition of Japanese restaurants called "macrobiotic"
which often have very simple vegetarian and fish dishes, but I've never
found one of these in Japan - I don't think they cater to tourists, if
they exist at all.
> Anyway, whether you can help with this or not, thank you for all the
information you've posted!