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  • 1945 原爆と中国新聞
  • ヒロシマの空白 被爆75年
  • 広島の空白-街並み再現-
  • 平和記念公園を歩く
  • 被爆前の広島

Survivors' Stories

Survivors’ Stories: Yoshiko Niiyama, 86, Minami Ward, Hiroshima: Regretting not having been able to find her father
Survivors’ Stories: Osata Sumida, 96, Minami Ward, Hiroshima
Survivors’ Stories: Masaru Nanko, 90, Fuchu-cho, Hiroshima, incinerated brother’s corpse with empty mind
Survivors’ Stories: Ruriko Yoshida, 94, California—Decided to share her Hiroshima A-bomb experience with people in the U.S.
Survivors’ Stories: Hisae Okabe, 95, Naka Ward, Hiroshima— Exchanging night shifts was difference between life and death

The Chugoku Shimbun Junior Writers Reporting

Junior Writers Reporting: Depiction of work at facilities in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

Connecting to memories of atomic bombing In the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, located in Hiroshima’s Naka Ward, there are two public facilities that convey information about the damage caused by t


Silent Witness

A cluster of what are believed to be ink bottles made of glass. Minoru Fujitsuka found them in front of his house where an ink factory had once stood. Donated to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum by Mr. Fujitsuka in 1966. (Photo taken by Hiroshi Takahashi)


Peace Movies

Message Video “No more Hiroshima! No more Nagasaki!”

This year marks 75 years since the atomic bombings. In order for many people to reflect on and share in the will of the hibakusha for nuclear weapons abolition, Mayors for Peace has created “No more H...