Here are some places G7 leaders visited!
The G7 Hiroshima Summit was held from 2023/5/19 to 21.
Here are some tourist spots in Hiroshima that the leaders of each country visited during the period!
Peace Memorial Park
In addition to G7 leaders, the Peace Memorial Park was visited by the presidents of South Korea and Ukraine.
Flowers were offered at the Atomic Bomb Victims Memorial and a moment of silence (mokuto) was offered.
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
G7 leaders visited the Peace Memorial Museum, had conversations with A-bomb survivors, and made entries in the official records.
Prime Minister Kishida wrote, “On the occasion of the G7 summit that remains in history, we will gather here with the leaders of each country as chairman to aim for a “world without nuclear weapons.”
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SEA SPICA (Sea Spica)
SEA SPICA (Sea Spica) was used as a means of transportation for the leaders to Miyajima.
They were also seen chatting on the 2nd floor deck.
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