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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


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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 Hiroshima! No more Nagasaki!”, a compilation of video messages.


Speakers (23 people)
 ⑴Ms. Yoshiko Kajimoto, survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima ⑵Mr. Yoshiro Yamawaki, survivor of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki ⑶Mr. Kazumi Matsui, Mayor of Hiroshima, Japan ⑷Mr. Tomihisa Taue, Mayor of Nagasaki, Japan ⑸Ms. Izumi Nakamitsu, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and High Representative for Disarmament Affairs ⑹His Excellency Mr. Gustavo Zlauvinen, President-Designate of the NPT Review Conference ⑺His Excellency Mr. Syed Mohamad Hasrin Aidid, Chair of the Third Preparatory Committee for the NPT Review Conference ⑻Mr. Gilles Carbonnier, Vice-President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) ⑼Ms. Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) ⑽14 representatives from Executive Cities of Mayors for Peace: Biograd na Moru (Croatia), Des Moines (U.S.A.), Granollers (Spain), Hannover (Germany), Malakoff (France), Manchester (U.K.), Muntinlupa (Philippines), Volgograd (Russia), Ypres (Belgium), Bangkok (Thailand), Fremantle (Australia), Santos (Brazil), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Geneva (Switzerland, a Member City in which the UNOG is located)


A-bomb Images

Special exhibition of Wakaji Matsumoto’s photos to be held at The Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles in 2021
Landmarks of Hiroshima: Monument of the A-bombed Teachers and Students of National Elementary Schools
Landmarks of Hiroshima: A-bomb Monument of Hiroshima Municipal Girls’ High School
Landmarks of Hiroshima: The Statue of Mother and Child in the Storm
Landmarks of Hiroshima: Rest House