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Erected as a tribute to Sadako Sasaki and all of the other children who died as a result of the atomic bomb, this is a very sombre place to visit. Many school groups from across Japan visit the site to pay tribute and to lay...More
My family and I came here after visiting the A Bomb Dome monument. Lots of tourists were playing with the bell and posing with it. There were booths selling ornamental ribbons, cranes and other peace symbols. I guess it is a place where one can't...More
I reviewed the monument with the Hiroshima remembrance museum.
The impact of this horrendous event had devastating short and long term effects.The children's monument is a testament of the enduring belief in magical thinking,that the more oregano cranes she made,Sakado strongly believed she would defeat...More
This monument was to re made to remember yet another victim of the bombing, a little girl that ended up struggling against leukemia and started folding origami cranes believing that this would save her.
This monument is now a monument for all the children that...More