This means ‘an extension to a building’. The verb is 増築する.
This word means ‘outward appearance’.
This word means ‘fresh fish’, often when talking about fish prepared for eating or cooking, for example the fish on sale at a supermarket.
Chrysanthemums at the exhibition currently being held in the grounds of Hiroshima Castle.
This word is obviously derived from the English ‘mansion’- but it doesn’t mean a huge, palatial residence with stone lions, fountains, and all the rest. Unfortunately. What it does mean is a modern apartment, normally in a largish tower block. Older-style apartments, normally in smaller blocks, are referred to as アパート. This word, too, is from English: it is derived from ‘apartment’.
A train bound for Karuga arriving at Shimo-Fukawa Station (下深川駅：しもふかわえき), on the JR Geibi Line, in Hiroshima.
Trains around Kumura Station (玖村駅：くむらえき), on the JR Geibi Line, in Hiroshima.
This word means ‘the look of the sky’- so, whether it’s cloudy, fine, etc.
Chrysanthemums at the exhibition currently being held in Shukkeien Garden, Hiroshima.
The centrepiece of an exhibition of chrysanthemums currently being held in the grounds of Hiroshima Castle. As can be seen, within the display are two koi carp; Hiroshima Castle is known as ‘Rijo’ (鯉城：りじょう), or ‘Carp Castle’. The exhibition is open from 10:00 to 17:00, until November 14th.
There is also a similar, but smaller (and without fish!) exhibition of chrysanthemums at Shukkeien Garden, just a short walk from Hiroshima Castle. This exhibition also runs until November 14th.