Nagasaki atombombemuseum
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すとだ
Yokohama, Japan7 bidrag
feb. 2024 • Familie
2回目の訪問です。子供達に原爆の怖さ、平和の尊さを知ってもらいたく、今回の旅行には欠かせないスポットでした。
多くの人に訪れてほしい場所です。
Skrevet 24. februar 2024
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jeffayn
Shah Alam, Malaysia704 bidrag
mar. 2023 • Familie
Do visit this museum, it will let you understand why war is never should be started... there is a small fee like 200 yen or so ... but the content of this museum worth far more than it will shock your way to look at atomic bombs and the war itself.

Bring your kids along, the museum is very kid friendly and not creepy and solemn.. just bring a heart of respect, you will learn new stuff after the visit.
Skrevet 7. januar 2024
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alohatripper
Honolulu, HI1 484 bidrag
okt. 2023 • Venner
We were running out of time for the post-lunch tour. Of course, the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum was tops on our list of things to do. Inside, there were many exhibits of the aftermath, but the more interesting exhibits were those showing the development of "Fat Boy" and the backroom discussions of when and where the next atomic bomb should be dropped. Kyoto was considered but, in the end, Nagasaki was targeted.
Of the photos of the aftermath, the most memorable were the ones of the shadows of the victims in the sidewalk or steps where the victim was -- fascinating.
Compared to the similar museum in Hiroshima, I think the one there is somewhat better.
Skrevet 21. november 2023
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Martina1888
Inverness, UK513 bidrag
nov. 2023 • Alene
A very well-made and informative museum that gives insight into a sad chapter of Japan's history. It's certainly not an easy visit but a must-see in Nagasaki. It can get a bit crowded with tourists and school children. There's a small café with a few lunch and dessert options.
Skrevet 18. november 2023
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Mattheus Rogana
Cristais, MG1 343 bidrag
sep. 2023 • Alene
Eu estive aí na tarde do dia 25 de setembro de 2023, e paguei 200 ienes pelo bilhete de entrada. É um museu retratando a fundo os horrores causados pelo efeito da bomba atômica de Nagasaki, e como eu não tinha ido no museu de Hiroshima, resolvi ir nesse. O que mais me chamou a atenção foram as peças originais da Catedral de Urakami que foi totalmente atingida pela impacto do lançamento da bomba. Vale muito a pena a visita, e eles ainda te dão um livreto em espanhol para você acompanhar. Eu comprei os souvenires todos nesse lugar.
Skrevet 9. oktober 2023
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Letsgoonatriphoney
Prince William County, VA329 bidrag
sep. 2023 • Familie
My recent visit to the Nagasaki Atom Bomb Museum was a deeply moving and thought-provoking experience that left an indelible mark on my soul. Although the atmosphere inside the museum was quite warm, the emotional impact and the wealth of information made the visit undeniably worthwhile.

The museum's design and layout offer a poignant reflection of the tragic events that unfolded on that fateful day in 1945. The exhibits are thoughtfully curated, providing a comprehensive account of the atomic bombing's devastation and its lasting effects on the city and its people. The firsthand accounts, photographs, and artifacts give a chilling glimpse into the horrors of that time, leaving a lasting impact on visitors.

What struck me profoundly was the museum's dedication to showcasing the Catholic aspects of Nagasaki that were affected by the bombing. The inclusion of artifacts, stories, and memorabilia related to the Catholic community highlighted the rich cultural and religious heritage that was tragically impacted. It serves as a reminder of the resilience and strength of this community, even in the face of such overwhelming adversity.

The museum offers an educational experience that prompts reflection on the consequences of nuclear warfare and the importance of striving for a world without such devastation. The outdoor monument and park surrounding the museum add to the gravity of the experience, allowing visitors to contemplate the museum's message in a tranquil setting.

Despite the warm conditions inside, the powerful exhibits and the history they represent make the Nagasaki Atom Bomb Museum a must-visit when in Nagasaki. It serves as a somber yet necessary reminder of the devastating consequences of war, while encouraging a collective pursuit of peace and understanding. Visiting this museum is an essential step towards educating ourselves about the past, and hopefully, working towards a peaceful future.
Skrevet 7. oktober 2023
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David N
Hawthorne, CA799 bidrag
aug. 2023 • Par
Upon entering the exhibitions, you are immediately greeted by artifacts of the atomic bombing including a damaged wall clock stuck at 11:02 (the time of the attack). Other artifacts include a reproduction of the wall of the Urakami Cathedral and debris from the atomic wasteland.

The next room contains a history of the events leading up to the atomic bombing. You'll find a timeline replete with details in both Japanese and English and augmented by many maps and photos. There is also a three dimensional map of the Nagasaki basin with a visual simulation of the attack. You will also find a life-sized model of the "Fat Man" atomic bomb and information related to its development.

The next room contains a history of the aftermath of the bombing. Many photos and artifacts depict the damage that was caused both to human life and the environment. I found the exhibit on Takashi Nagai, the "saint of Urakami," particularly interesting, because I was completely unaware of who he was and had not heard of his extensive writings in the aftermath of the attack.

The last area examines the development of atomic and nuclear weapons in general and their on-going manufacture and threat to humanity.

It is a somber but necessary journey, that peace may abound.

You can rent an English audio guide to get more detail on the numbered exhibits. Finally, don't forget to visit the adjoining Nagasaki Peace Memorial just to the left of the interior entrance.
Skrevet 20. september 2023
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Jeremy M
5 bidrag
sep. 2023 • Par
I first came to the museum over thirty years ago, when it was in a different building. The exhibition the was quite graphic and overwhelming and really conveyed the horrific suffering, particularly of innocents. The exhibition has been toned down quite a bit which makes it more accessible in that it conveys the important message of the horror of nuclear warfare, without traumatising the visitor quite so much. If you only do one thing in Hiroshima, visit this museum
Skrevet 19. september 2023
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TheProdigitalSon
London129 bidrag
aug. 2023
The museum in Hiroshima is more expansive but I actually found this museum and little more user friendly. Be prepared to be touched emotionally!! (I particularly found the last photo of a boy with his baby brother on his back to be a particular tear jerker)
A good educational experience.
100m away from the epicentre monolith in the peace park
Skrevet 18. august 2023
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Mike V
Quezon City, Filippinene123 bidrag
aug. 2023 • Familie
A must visit for history buffs... delivers a kore personal message compared with hiroshima... get the audio guide- cheap and informative
Skrevet 5. august 2023
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