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Not Much to see, But Historically Significant

The signs actually call this the Atomic Bomb Memorial Mound, the place where cremated remains from... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2017
Boise, Idaho
Sad place

It's not much to the eye, but it has a lot of historical significance. This entire area has a real... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
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1 Nakajimacho, Naka-ku | Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, Naka, Hiroshima 730-0811, Hiroshima Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Hiroshima is well plan city ,it have touch of art,culture,social, literature, architecture, science,food,natural beauty

Thank SudarshanM64
Reviewed 22 July 2018 via mobile

This was our first tourist attraction of Hiroshima. It tells about how it remained after the bombing. It is well maintained and worth the visit.

Thank TravelDiva62
Reviewed 17 June 2018

We saw the atomic bomb memorial mound on a recent cruise call to Hiroshima. This mound is a mass grave for the cremated remains of the many unidentified victims of the bomb. A very sombre place.

Thank Linda A
Reviewed 9 June 2018

Under this mound are the remains of all those people who perished during the attack and could not be identified. It is kept in pristine condition

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Reviewed 28 November 2017

The signs actually call this the Atomic Bomb Memorial Mound, the place where cremated remains from the bombing were laid to rest. You will often see people chanting and praying here for the dead. It's not in the most conspicuous place, but it's near the...More

Thank StuartGustafson
Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

It's not much to the eye, but it has a lot of historical significance. This entire area has a real solemn feel to it, but is a must visit

Thank JasonDoz
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Around the time that we were able to see this place., there were elderly ladies sharing their stories about the bombing., the victims and the hardship that followed. We also offered a prayers following what they did and stayed a while to appreciate it. I...More

Thank Shirleymagne O
Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

This is where the ashes and remains of many of the victims of the atomic bomb have been interred. It is a solemn site.

Thank dixiepeach
Reviewed 5 April 2017

While visiting the Peace Memorial Park be sure to walk through the grounds and make an offering to the many who lost their lives.

Thank nonukes17
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Surrounded by trees you can easily walk past but the story behind brings many people to the area so that some closure for families occurs . Due to the need for immediate burial after the bomb this area is peaceful and respectful of the people...More

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