19th/22nd July 2021
As an opportunity to pass down the experiences of war and the atomic bombings to future generations and to reflect again on the importance of peace, materials related to war and peace that are on loan from the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki will be exhibited at 5 venues in the city.
Entry is free.
Please note that exhibition periods and opening times differ according to venue.
Venue 1: Minato City Hall
Exhibition period: Friday 30th July - Friday 13th August, 8:30am - 5pm. It is closed on weekends and national holidays.
Location: Minato City Hall, 1st floor lobby
Theme: ”International Peace”
Venue 2: Alice Iki-Iki Plaza
Exhibition period: Thursday 29th July - Monday 16th August, 9am - 8pm.
Location: Alice Iki-Iki Plaza, 1st Floor Exhibition/Reading Corner
Theme: ”The Great Tokyo Air Raids”
Venue 3: Akasaka Library
Exhibition period: Thursday 29th July - Tuesday 17th August, 9am - 8pm, except for Sundays and national holidays, when it closes at 5pm
Location: Akasaka Library, Multi-purpose Hall
Theme: ” No More Nagasakis / No More Hiroshimas”
Venue 4: Local History Museum (Yukashi no Mori)
Exhibition period: Friday 30th July - Wednesday 18th August, 9am - 5pm, except for Saturdays, when it closes at 8pm
Location: Local History Museum, Lecture Room D
Theme: ” Peace from Minato City” Simultaneous exhibition: “Minato Memories - What it is hoped will be conveyed from the memories of war”
Venue 5: Minato Park Shibaura
Exhibition period: Friday 30th July - Tuesday 17th August, 8am - 8pm, except 17th August, when it will close at midday.
Location: Minato Park Shibaura, 1st floor
Theme: ” The Traces of the Battle of Okinawa”
The subsection in charge at Minato City Hall is the Human Rights and Gender Equality Subsection of the General Affairs Section.