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The Japanese people are very determined and the result of the post-war is proof of this. They rebuilt the country on the basis of education and culture. This park in Hiroshima, despite the historical sadness it carries, also brings much about the new Japanese era.
There are numerous memorials, shrines, and monuments in this spacious park. They are all great places of remembrance of the horrors of war, and include, Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, The iconic A-bomb Dome, Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the...More
I was lucky enough to visit on a beautiful fall day, sitting along the bank of the river, just understanding all that took place in the history of the city. It was one of the most peaceful moments of my life. Truly amazing.
This park lives up to its name, as a peaceful and low key way to commemorate the victims of the bomb. There is a lot to see, so worth picking up a map from the information booth by the childrens’ statue, which also has a...More
The park is a permanent reminder of the futility of war. The park is peaceful and clearly visitors were moved by their surroundings an the eternal flame burning as a constant reminder of the lost lives. Maybe we all need a reminder of the children...More
PEACE BE WITH ALL OF US. Hiromu Sato, Hiroshima International Interpreter of Peace, asked for forgiveness for the damage and loss of life done by the Japanese Imperial Army in the Philippines. His father was part of the brigade sent to the Philippines during World...More
Lovely place which will make you think about what happened here and form an opinion on something that should never happen again. Full of school children doing likewise and what delightful, smart, friendly kids they are. We met some from other parts of Japan and...More
In Peace Park you can see various sites related to the atomic bomb. Before the bombing, the area where the park is located today served as the political and commercial center of the city. That is why this area was chosen for bombing. Four years...More