|Photo by Kishimoto Yoshita, Provided by Kishimoto Hiroshi
January 1 (Tue.) ~ December 29 (Sun.), 2013
On August 6, 1945, the city of Hiroshima was instantly destroyed by a single atomic bomb. The bombing indiscriminately claimed many precious lives.
The people who lost their families and were themselves injured in the atomic bombing suffered from a lack of food and other necessities. Despite living in fear of aftereffects from radiation, they started on the path towards rebuilding their lives.
Through their memoirs, this exhibition introduces people who survived the chaos after the bombing and their path to recovery.
Please listen to their hearts and words.
21 related materials
A program on the three-screen theater
(5 memoirs, about 20 minutes)
We lend out Japanese-language DVDs of the film(English subtitles), as well as printed materials with images from the film, and the original Japanese or translated versions of the narration script (in English).
If you would like to use this service, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will introduce five of the memoirs on display.
Tomasu Yoshie Japanese(295KB) English(286KB) Chinese(306KB) Korean(320KB)
Yoshiyama Matsuo Japanese(link to Global Network) English(191KB) Chinese(178KB) Korean(213KB)
Horimoto Haruno Japanese(229KB) English(198KB) Chinese(229KB) Korean(225KB)
Matsunaga Masaru Japanese(201KB) English(196KB) Chinese(198KB) Korean(206KB)
Hamai Shinso Japanese(280KB) English(246KB) Chinese(293KB) Korean(306KB)