Dec. 29, 2022
Striving to fill voids in Hiroshima―In a first, photo of Chinese student exposed to A-bombing at women’s dormitory registered with Hiroshima Peace Memorial Hall
Dec. 26, 2022
Photos tell story of LA and Hiroshima: U.S. Japanese American National Museum holds online event to explain Wakaji Matsumoto’s photos
Dec. 24, 2022
Exhibit room at Peace Memorial Hall to undergo comprehensive renovation, including big newly installed screen, expanded seating capacity
Dec. 23, 2022
2023 Hiroshima Summit: Government decides on Prince Hotel to be main venue and Prefectural Sports Center to be media center
Dec. 23, 2022
2023 Hiroshima Summit: Decision on main venue welcomed by local communities and support organizations, accelerating preparation for acceptance
Dec. 22, 2022
Peace Museum visitors tripled between April and November compared to last year with recovery in school trips, but still half of that before COVID-19 pandemic
Dec. 22, 2022
2023 Hiroshima Summit: Government unveils seven-colored “sense of unity for peace” logo
Dec. 21, 2022
A-bomb survivors welcome idea of U.S. President’s visit to Nagasaki, hope pursuit of nuclear-free world will be declared
Dec. 20, 2022
Participants of international conference in New Zealand entrust 1,000 paper cranes to Ms. Tanaka, A-bomb survivor, pledging to abolish nuclear weapons
Dec. 19, 2022
Walking tour of A-bombed buildings—Warehouse, as well as workspace/smokestack, of Rekiseisha (in Hiroshima’s Nishi Ward) symbolize post-bombing recovery
Dec. 18, 2022
Floyd Schmoe Christmas card displayed for first time at Schmoe House in Naka Ward: Sent to supporters 70 years ago with piece of housing material
Dec. 16, 2022
US-resident, black-rain victim in her 80s issued A-Bomb Survivor’s Certificate by Hiroshima City: First overseas certificate under new criteria
Dec. 14, 2022
Hiroshima Summit 2023: Interview with Philippe Setton, France Ambassador to Japan―Looking forward to deliberations on nuclear disarmament
Dec. 14, 2022
Responses from Philippe Setton, France Ambassador to Japan, to questions from Chugoku Shimbun in written interview
Dec. 13, 2022
Commentary: International Group of Eminent Persons should set forth roadmap for breaking free of nuclear deterrence theory
Dec. 13, 2022
Hiroshima Summit 2023: Citizens groups to propose measures for nuclear abolition, seek action from world leaders at G7 meetin
Dec. 13, 2022
First meeting of International Group of Eminent Persons conference closed with Mr. Kishida’s words: “Deepen discussions regarding abolition of nuclear weapons for G7 summit meeting”
Dec. 12, 2022
A-bomb survivors make direct demand of Eminent Persons meeting to carry out discussions based on understanding of A-bombing tragedy
Dec. 12, 2022
Russian member at Eminent Persons meeting pushes back at criticisms from others about Russia’s threats to use nuclear weapons, calling them “incorrect”
Dec. 11, 2022
Six leaders including former US President Barack Obama send videos to Eminent Persons meeting that highlight obligation to abolish nuclear weapons for following generations
Dec. 11, 2022
As first step toward world without nuclear weapons—Prime Minister Kishida’s message delivered at 1st International Eminent Persons meeting in Hiroshima
Dec. 10, 2022
Prior to start of International Group of Eminent Persons meeting, group members meet and speak with young people
Dec. 5, 2022
Tsunehiro Tomoda from Osaka, who became an A-bomb orphan at age of 9, tries to find his grandmother’s grave in Hiroshima again to show his appreciation to her, after telling of his bombing experience at his old school
Dec. 5, 2022
Setsuko Thurlow sends speech to National Model United Nations Conference five years after ICAN receives Nobel Peace Prize, appealing to youth
Dec. 5, 2022
Nuclear War or Non-Nuclear Peace? The Need to Make an Educated Choice
Dec. 4, 2022
Shedding light on Chinese A-bomb survivors — Volunteer guides form group with plan to establish memorial monument
Dec. 1, 2022
Details to be revealed of 12 former Hiroshima University students from mainland China who experienced atomic bombing