What is the Partners Program?
Peace Memorial Museum
【PEACE PARK TOUR VR】
This is a rare tour where you can look back on “Hiroshima that day” with VR images and feel the road to reconstruction.
Click here for the PEACE PARK TOUR special page.
*The target project is “PEACE PARK TOUR VR/Hiroshima City”
[Hiroshima Peace Tourism]
If you want to visit Hiroshima's remaining peace-related facilities, click here!
There are also many recommended routes posted on the Peace Tourism official website.
Also, Orizuru Tower also has a product center with souvenirs loved by the local community and a cafe where you can enjoy Hiroshima ingredients, and they also sell “Kumano brushes,” which were exhibited in this partner program.
Kumano brushes are a traditional craft from Kumano Town, which is said to have the highest domestic production volume in Japan.
At the “Brush Village Workshop,” you can learn about the history and culture of brushes, see, touch, and experience permanent exhibitions and brush making demonstrations by traditional craftsmen all the time.
Various exhibitions are held throughout the year, so be sure to check the exhibition information when visiting Hiroshima!
Japanese umbrella “Sankaku (Sankaku)”
The “Japanese umbrella” used in the group photo in front of the large torii gate is called “Sankaku (Sankaku),” an umbrella born from paper cranes that connect wishes for peace.
Umbrella cranes are made using recycled paper from origami cranes delivered to Hiroshima from all over the world, and it contains not only a wish for peace, but also a desire to pass on traditional Japanese techniques that have declined with the times.
“Denim” from Fukuyama
The suit that Mrs. Yuko wore when she visited Miyajima was “Bingo Denim” from Fukuyama City.
Fukuyama has an area that is extremely rare in the world, where companies in the denim manufacturing process gather within a radius of 10 km.
In Fukuyama City, which has received high support from domestic and overseas apparel companies and is attracting attention, there is not only a tour of denim manufacturing, but also a project to create full-order denim.
Be sure to pay attention to denim items when you visit Hiroshima!
Let's liven up the After Summit!
Dive! On the site, not only the spots visited by the leaders of each country at the G7 Hiroshima Summit, but also the drinks actually offered and the special gourmet features of the media center are posted.
Please also see this page.
Let's go on a pilgrimage to real-life “Slam Dank” locations in Hiroshima!
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