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A popular monument for people to check out, as it is dedicated for all the kids that died from the atomic bomb. There is part of the monument that is dedicated to one kid who died of cancer a few years after initially surviving the...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very popular place for tourists and locals to visit. It was great to see a monument to remember the children who were lost to the atomic bomb.

Thank TaylorP1284
Reviewed 1 week ago

This monument is located in the Peace Park, so it should be a part of any visit. The monument is a memorial to the thousands of children who died as a result of the atomic bombing of the city of Hiroshima. There are maps inside...More

Thank Adam B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Point during the trip to peace park, not impressive statue but next to. It there is origami art pieces which is nice, it is on the way so visiting their is inimitable

Thank doron H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Impressive monument to never forget the impact of the atomic bombing and this amazing girl who was not able to finish her goal.

Thank Frank v
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went here with my Daughter and Granddaughter. All of the sights are very close by. I would recommend going.

Thank NYDEB55
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spend a moment here to reflect on the desire for peace, for the sake of future generations. Toll the bell below the monument.

Thank doublescore27
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This monument really helps one think about all of the children whose lives were lost as a result of the bombing. It was particularly poignant to see many school children visiting the monument. The majority of the children were of course Japanese, but there were...More

Thank betteskid
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Made for children so has noise In the park and you will be taking a picture before you realise what it really is

Thank peter b
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Truly sad and moving ..just need to see it after going through the museum (east only as main museum in peace park is closed for earthquake proofing) All the children who suffered terribly and died or survived with lifelong injuries and trauma..oh dear

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