May 31, 2024
In invitation to Peace Memorial Ceremony, Hiroshima City calls on Israel to quickly achieve ceasefire, take to heart message from A-bomb survivors
May 28, 2024
More than half of May visitors to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum use e-tickets, reducing waiting times for entry
May 22, 2024
Hiroshima Governor criticizes Japanese government about U.S. subcritical nuclear test, calls on government to make protest
May 21, 2024
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hayashi says U.S. subcritical nuclear test does not violate CTBT; following policy of previous administrations
May 20, 2024
Hiroshima survivor Hiromu Morishita returns from Oslo — Recounts A-bomb experience to good response, finds Norwegians interested in nuclear issues during interactions with local citizens
May 20, 2024
G7 Hiroshima Summit Commemorative Gallery opens in Peace Memorial Park; visitor says, “I felt importance of peace”
May 20, 2024
Peace Watch Tower reset to protest U.S. subcritical nuclear test
May 19, 2024
One year after G7 Hiroshima Summit: Meeting’s results in question — Interview with Keiko Ogura, A-bomb survivor who met G7 leaders
May 19, 2024
U.S. subcritical nuclear test
May 18, 2024
Six A-bomb survivors’ groups protest U.S. officials’ remarks justifying atomic bombings, call for retraction
May 18, 2024
Commentary: Does U.S. subcritical nuclear testing relegate “world without nuclear weapons” to mere slogan?
May 18, 2024
Third subcritical nuclear test under U.S. Biden administration conducted on May 14
May 18, 2024
G7 Hiroshima Summit Commemorative Gallery to open tomorrow in Hiroshima, introducing items related to summit
May 18, 2024
Hiroshima A-bomb survivors and citizens get annoyed with U.S. subcritical nuclear test; see it as a reverse movement against nuclear abolition: “It is unforgivable”
May 16, 2024
Ventilation of register for A-bomb victims is globally live-streamed first time
May 10, 2024
Yuta Takahashi of Kakuwaka to participate in C7 summit, opening in Italy on May 14; exchanges opinions with A-bomb survivors, determined to convey reality of atomic bombing
May 9, 2024
Hiroshima City recruits participants for training programs to encourage “A-bomb survivors who convey their A-bomb experiences” and “A-bomb Legacy Successors”
May 8, 2024
As safety measure, Hiroshima City announces expansion of restricted entry area to all of Peace Park during Peace Memorial Ceremony
May 8, 2024
Hiroshima’s plan to tighten restrictions on entry to August 6 Peace Memorial Ceremony gains conditional acceptance from A-bomb survivors groups