“原子爆弾死没者を心から追悼するとともに、その惨禍を語り継ぎ、広く内外へ伝え、歴史に学んで、核兵器のない平和な世界を築くことを誓います。”国立広島原爆死没者追悼平和祈念館 2002年8月、オープン。

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   2017/07/21 ~ 2017/08/06
Volunteers will be reading the A-bomb memoirs in English(on August 5th and 6th) 

   2017/06/25 ~ 2017/07/09
Volunteers will be reading the A-bomb memoirs in English on Jul. 9th 

   2017/04/21
National Peace Memorial Hall and the Peace Memorial Museum will be open until 8:00 pm on May 3rd, 4th and 5th 

   2017/03/28 ~ 2017/04/16
Volunteers will be reading the A-bomb memoirs in English(on April 8th, 9th, 15th and 16th) 

   2017/03/09
Maintenance Notice 

   2016/12/28
The special exhibition "Memoirs of the Atomic Bombing: The Earliest Accounts of the Hiroshima A-bomb Part 2"  

   2016/12/27
The Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims is closed on December 30 and December 31. 

   2016/02/02
Over 3 Million visitors since August 2002 opening 

   2015/12/28
The special exhibition "Memoirs of the Atomic Bombing: The Earliest Accounts of the Hiroshima A-bomb"  

   2015/10/01
Other languages page on the GLOBAL NETWORK site of the National Peace Memorial Halls for the Atomic Bomb Victims in Hiroshima and Nagasaki has been relaunched. (2015.10.1) 

   2015/08/06
Public Exhibition of A-bomb Memoirs Translated into Multiple Languages (We added Polish and Vietnamese Memoirs) 

   2015/04/01
Video testimonies by A-bomb survivors now available to the public with subtitles or dubbing in multiple languages 

   2014/12/25
The special exhibition "Children of Hiroshima : Testament of the Boys and Girls of Hiroshima"  

   2013/12/30
The special exhibition "Children of Hiroshima : Testament of the Boys and Girls of Hiroshima"  

   2013/01/01
The Special Exhibition "The Road to Recovery-Surviving the Chaos after the Hiroshima Atomic Bombing" 

   2012/09/25
Facility Information (wheelchairs, diaper changing stations, coin-operated lockers, etc.) 

   2012/07/25
The Layers Underneath Peace Memorial Park -Exhibits from deceased victims' portraits and survivors' memoirs of the A-bombing 

   2011/12/28
The Special Exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - With Sympathy for All Loved Ones Who Died -" 

   2011/11/04
The Number of Visitors Amounted to Two Million People (Friday, November 4th, 2011) 

   2010/12/28
The special exhibition [Memories That Must Not Be Lost] - Outstretched hand of help - 

   2010/04/01
The special exhibition [Memories That Must Not Be Lost] - Volunteer Citizen Corps and Building Demolition - 

   2009/04/01
The special exhibition [Memories That Must Not Be Lost] - Seeking an aid station - 

   2008/04/01 ~ 2009/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Plea for water " 

   2007/04/01 ~ 2008/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost -Leaving behind those crying for help" 

   2007/03/13
The Number of Visitors Amounted to One Million People (Tuesday, March 13th, 2007) 

   2006/04/01 ~ 2007/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost -Roam Around Burnt Ground" 

   2005/07/08 ~ 2005/09/30
The 60th Anniversary of the A-bombings Hiroshima-Nagasaki Cooperative Special Exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost -Memoirs Tell the Reality of the A-Bomb Disasters-"  

   2005/05/02
We started to loan "A-bomb memoir Reading Session Pack." 

   2005/04/01 ~ 2006/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost -Memoirs Tell the Reality of the A-Bomb Disasters-" 

   2005/03/29
A-bomb memoir reading sessions with volunteer readers have started. 

   2004/10/01 ~ 2005/03/31
The special exhibition (the later term) "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Relief and Rescue Activities as Revealed in Memoirs" 

   2004/08/28
The number of visitor reached 500,000 on Saturday, August 28th. 

   2004/04/01 ~ 2005/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Relief and Rescue Activities as Revealed in Memoirs" 

   2003/10/01 ~ 2004/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Deprived of family members" (the late stage) 

   2003/04/01 ~ 2004/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Deprived of family members"  

   2002/08/06
The tape-cutting for the Memorial Hall was held on August 6, the 57th anniversary of the atomic bombing. 

   2002/08/01 ~ 2003/03/31
The special exhibition "Memories That Must Not Be Lost - Mobilized students as seen in A-bomb memoirs." 

   2002/08/01
The Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims is open. 


 
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