異星人と交信した結果、撃沈。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。

※登場するクズ太郎は  『元カレ』ではありません。  ただのキチガイストーカー妄想虚言変出者です。

『広島平和記念資料館が再開』????

 

広島平和記念資料館が再開するそうだ。

再開ということは、いったん営業停止していたってことか。。。

知らなかった。

 

何度か行ったことがあるけれど、

普段、気にしてなかったからな。

 

hpmmuseum.jp

 

広島平和記念資料館のサイトを見ていたら、

色々思い出した。

(こんなこと覚えてたんだ)と思うくらい、

本当に細かいことまで思い出した。

 

あの頃は楽しかったな。。。(*´▽`*)

 

 

 

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum reopens

 

On April 25th, the main building of the Hiroshima

Peace Memorial Museum was reopened after

being closed for two years while exhibits were changed

and work was done to reinforce the structure.

 

A crowd had already gathered in front of the museum well

before the doors opened at 8:30.

 

"We will make an even greater effort to help

realize our city's vision of a nuclear-free world,

" said Hiroshima Mayor Kazuyuki Matsui at the

re-opening ceremony.

 

Japan entered a ten-day national holiday two days

after the reopening. Over this period, the museum

attracted 105,181 visitors--up 62% from the same

time last year, when only the annex building was open.

This included 18,930 foreign visitors.

 

The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum was opened in 1955,

just 10 years after a US war plane dropped an atomic bomb

on the city. Located close to ground zero,

the museum is home to artifacts and the belongings of victims.

 

City officials decided to close the museum for two reasons.

One was to restructure the main building for earthquake resistance.

But the main reason was to give the exhibits a major overhaul.

A panel of survivors, local journalists, and experts spent 15 years

deliberating on possible new displays.

 

Kenji Shiga, the former director of the museum acknowledged

the panel was most likely the final opportunity for the museum

to get input from the survivors on what they believed the

exhibits should focus on.

The average age of atomic bomb survivors in Hiroshima is now over 82.