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May 06, 2015

The flower festival and local FM stations

The festival is one of the biggest annual events held in this city.

It’s a celebration of many things, taking place along Hiroshima

Peace Boulevard (central part of this city), over a three-day period,

attracting well over 1,000,000 visitors.

We’re surprised to see so many people and had enjoyed looking around
a lot of temporary stands. It looked like more than 200 stands!

played on major streets...

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from Wikipedia

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I heard two local FM stations by my PL-310ET.

They’re FM Hiroshima(78.2MHz) as a traditional high-power local FM

station, and FM Chyupi(76.6MHz) as a community low power FM station.

I’ve already sent reception reports. :)

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