Sep. 29, 2020
Arthur Binard, poet living in Hiroshima, awarded Kiyoshi Tanimoto Peace Prize for his nuclear-themed work
Sep. 28, 2020
Hiroshima City’s plans for peace research facility in A-bombed building at standstill, lacking even basic plan 22 months after official announcement
Sep. 24, 2020
Hiroshima citizens’ group delivers “Friendship Certificate” from the British city of Coventry to Hiroshima Mayor
Sep. 21, 2020
Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Recreating cityscapes: Photos show Jisenji Temple before A-bombing
Sep. 16, 2020
Peace Memorial Museum to stay open until 7:00 p.m. in October, November to accommodate as many students on school trips as possible
Sep. 15, 2020
Descendent of White Russian Sergei Palchikoff writes book from U.S. about family hardships experienced while living in Hiroshima before and during war
Sep. 11, 2020
Three high school peace ambassadors from Hiroshima pledge to convey peace message to entire world
Sep. 9, 2020
Mikiso Iwasa, former co-chair of hibakusha group Nihon Hidankyo, dies at 91
Sep. 7, 2020
From A-bomb survivors: Hiroshima’s Toshiko Tanaka to design ripple marks in sand for Japanese gardens in U.S.
Sep. 7, 2020
Thoughts from Hiroshima: Peace Memorial Hall looks to future after 75th anniversary of atomic bombings
Sep. 5, 2020
Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima 75 years after the atomic bombing—Peace Museum organizes 3,000 pre-bombing photos from barbershop owner, others
Sep. 5, 2020
Hiroshima governor indicates possible reduction of anti-seismic expenses to one-third current estimate for preservation of former Army Clothing Depot
Sep. 5, 2020
Anticipating typhoon storm surges, Peace Museum adopts measures to protect A-bomb materials from flooding—installation of flood barriers, relocation of items to upper floors
Sep. 4, 2020
City of Hiroshima kicks off belated preservation work for A-bomb Dome after three-time unsuccessful bidding process