Flowing lanterns with messages of peace written on them to send wishes for lasting world peace to the world
In Hiroshima, it is said that the festival began soon after World War II, when the bereaved families and friends of those who lost relatives and friends in the atomic bombing floated handmade canals down the river in hopes of ``memorial services'' and ``reconstruction.'' "Tourou" began to be streamed on August 6th. In this lantern floating experience, you will float lanterns with messages of peace written on them to send your wish for lasting world peace to the world. Program contents: Explanation of the torou nagashi (peace message), commemorative photograph of the canal assembly and ignition ceremony, and the torou nagashi *Please make inquiries at least 40 days before the event. *Please contact us for prices.
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- 1-1 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture
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