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Messages for peace

Project period:2019.5/1(WED)~8/9(FRI)

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We send your peace messages to Hiroshima on 8/6

"Messages for peace" was launched in 2015.
Our main members are the creators from Tokyo, in their 30's.
We will display your messages created online at the Hiroshima site on 8/6.

"Toro Nagashi" was initially started by the bereaved families and citizens who had experienced the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. They prayed for those who had been lost by floating handmade lanterns with names of those victims down a river. What can we learn from the bombing of Hiroshima? What messages can we convey to our next generation? Please share your ideas.

We will display your floating lanterns on the screen at the Hiroshima site on 8/6

Create your own floating lantern

How will your messages be sent to Hiroshima?

写真:投影の様子

Step1
Send your message from our website

Through the project period, we will display your floating lanterns on our website “Messages for peace,” at our exhibition sites “Hiroshima「」– 3rd Generation Exhibition: Succeeding to History,” and the other associated facilities and websites.
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Step2
We will display your floating lanterns

We will also display your messages on the screens in our event booth at the Hiroshima site on 8/6.

Step3
Randomly selected messages will be made as real lantern.

Randomly selected messages will be made into real lanterns. These lanterns will be floated at the Motoyasu River on 8/6.

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About us

Host: Hiroshima「」– 3rd Generation Exhibition: Succeeding to History Executive Committee
Website creation:Students and OJT members of Digital Hollywood Studio Shibuya, Hollywood Studio Hiroshima,
Digital Hollywood Tokyo,St. Andrew’s University,
Movie : Satoshi Kohga (Trainer of Digital Hollywood Studio),
Music : Mami Kamata

Hiroshima- 3rd Generation Exhibition: Succeeding to History

           

Hiroshima - 3rd Generation Exhibition: Succeeding to History

Through this exhibition, we create a place where young people can learn about the atomic bombing in Hiroshima, with many booths and workshops where you can learn through creative activities. As you see「」in our exhibition title, we hope that this exhibition will help you find your own ways to contribute to peace.

※Hiroshima=The first city in history to be targeted by a nuclear weapon. A symbolic city of peace.

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