A timely reminder of the destruction mankind can bring to this world. It was an emotional journey but everyone needs a reminder now and then.
About Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
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Visited with colleagues in October. What an overwhelming exoerience. Seeing all the death and destruction created by the bomb in just few seconds. , the after effects felt by people to this day..... It makes you chill to your bones. Spending few hours in the...More
Although I’ve lived in Japan for several years in the past (more than six years), I never had a chance to go to Nagasaki to see the museum, although I’ve been to Hiroshima several times. On a recent onsen trip to the Eastern part of...More
I spent a couple of hours here absorbing the information and looking at the exhibits, some of which are very graphic. The day before I left the city I went back to use the library there, there are many books in English and also a...More
I have been in Hiroshima Bomb museum and Nagasaki is comparatively small and less visitors. However, atomic bomb reminds us war is terrifying and all of us should keep peace in mind.
This is so well put together, worth allowing a few hours to go through, partly to read the detail in the exhibits but also because of the volume of visitors. Very respectfully done considering the sadness so many families have gone through then kindly donated...More
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum is organized and give all the relevant information for the visitor. You will know the details and see the pictures.
Since this museum is the top "must see" in Hiroshima, it was very crowded in the morning because a cruise ship was in port. There are many interactive displays, short films and English descriptions throughout the museum. On display is a mock up of the...More