A-bombed Hiroshima -- A local newspaper's look at themes of A-bombing, peace

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

Survivors' Stories

Survivors’ Stories: Haruko Nagai, 95, Naka Ward, Hiroshima City – Atomic bombing eats away at both her body and mind
Survivors’ Stories: Keisaburo Toyonaga, 87, Aki Ward, Hiroshima City―Mother was lying with her face black and swollen
Survivors’ Stories: Hirotoshi Morimoto, 90, Naka Ward, Hiroshima City—Most classmates were killed
Survivors’ Stories: Junko Kayashige, 83, Nishi Ward, Hiroshima
Survivors’ Stories: Sueko Fukuda, 82, Asakita Ward, Hiroshima – Lost eldest sister and thrown into dire straits after the war

The Chugoku Shimbun Junior Writers Reporting

Junior Writers Reporting: Junior and senior high-school students report on G7 summit, Part 2—Our views on summit’s achievements and challenges

During the summit meeting of the G7 (Group of Seven industrialized nations) held in Hiroshima May 19–21, leaders from the seven nations discussed the nuclear weapons issue as well as other challenges


Peace Movies

Media exchange with U.S. Ambassador Rahm Emanuel in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park on March 26, 2022



Silent Witness

Handmade yarn doll that Katsue Nakamoto kept as a good-luck amulet. Ms. Nakamoto donated the doll to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in 1985. (Photo taken by Manabu Hamaoka)