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  • 平和記念公園を歩く
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Survivors' Stories

Survivors’ Stories: Terumi Tanaka, 90, Saitama Prefecture―I collapsed into tears when I cremated my aunt
Survivors’ Stories: Takuji Yamashita, 92, Aki Ward, Hiroshima City – Burned his younger brother and sister to ashes by himself
Survivors’ Stories: Masahiro Mimura, 76, Nishi Ward, Hiroshima City—Born as an in-utero survivor, became an orphan at 15
Survivors’ Stories: Hideko Nagai, 91, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City—Worried parents called out for their missing children
Survivors’ Stories: Shigeko Sasamori, 89, U.S. state of California—Traveled to U.S. to receive treatment for burn scars on face

The Chugoku Shimbun Junior Writers Reporting

Junior Writers Reporting: Picture book about Ms. Thurlow conveys her A-bombing experience to children

A picture book featuring Setsuko Thurlow, 90, an A-bomb survivor who lives in Canada, has been published by Chobunsha (Tokyo). The publication is based on a speech Ms. Thurlow delivered on behalf of t


Peace Movies

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



Silent Witness

The human shadow etched in stone, on which the area where a person was sitting remained black. It conveys the sorrow of the victim, whose life was taken in an instant. The stone steps were donated to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum by the Hiroshima branch of Sumitomo Bank in 1971. (Photo taken by Hiroshi Takahashi)