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The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum is a museum of remembrance for the victims of the horrific atomic bombing of Nagasaki that occurred on August 9, 1945. Like the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Museum, the Nagasaki museum exhibits the history of the bombing through photographs and artifacts. The museum was created not only to teach the world about the horrific event, but to make sure these acts are never repeated. The Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Victims stands next to this museum. In addition to the Museum, the park is a reminder of the horrific tragedies of war and is a symbol for the hope of world peace.
Come explore this inspiring museum while we explore the culturally significant city of Nagasaki on our line of Grand Japan Tours or during a private tour package through the southern islands of Japan.
Museum built on atomic bomb; expression of hopes for world peace
Dutch town-themed park in Nagasaki with a European atmosphere
Symbolizes Hiroshima's wishes for everlasting peace after the atomic bomb attack
Dedicated to the legacy of Hiroshima as the first city in the world to suffer a nuclear attack
Oldest wooden, western style building; residence of Thomas Blake Glover
Nagasaki's oldest Catholic church; only Western structure listed as national treasure
Shunsetsu Festival and celebrates Chinese New Years
Japanese sponge cake with a sweet nice aroma and taste