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Memorial Tower to the Mobilized Students

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We visited the A-bomb dome first and waled here. It is a beautiful little memorial that recognises... read more

Reviewed July 14, 2018
Aisling L
Limerick, Ireland

I don’t like monuments like this until you hear the story behind this statue. Very impressive and... read more

Reviewed June 14, 2018
Arnhem, The Netherlands
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Reviewed July 14, 2018

We visited the A-bomb dome first and waled here. It is a beautiful little memorial that recognises the children killed during the bombing. The memorial is in the shape of a lovely tower and there are 8 doves perched on location around the tower along...More

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Reviewed June 14, 2018 via mobile

I don’t like monuments like this until you hear the story behind this statue. Very impressive and good they still remember the victims after so many years.

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Reviewed May 24, 2018 via mobile

Mobilized Students were about high school age and were called upon to work in munitions factories and other war time work. The day the bomb fell, 7,000 of them died while demolishing houses to create fire lanes. The memorial is a tall white tower. This...More

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Reviewed May 3, 2018 via mobile

You will discover this on the edge of peace park and like the children's monument a place you should visit.

Thank Billy W
Reviewed March 21, 2018

This is a very sad place to visit, but very important to visit. There are so many memorials around this area paying homage to those lost in the atomic blast.

Thank Adventurers049
Reviewed February 24, 2018

Whilst visiting the museum, I was shocked to learn about how much the Japanese government had used students- essentially children- to complete building work for the war. This is one of the reasons why so many young people died in the atomic bombing. This monument...More

Thank Amy B
Reviewed September 30, 2017 via mobile

This was built in May of 1967 with the aim of consoling the souls of over 10,000 students who died in the bombings during the Pacific War. It is 12 meters tall, five stories and is decorated with the Goddess of Peace as well as...More

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Reviewed June 13, 2017

Just a short distance from the park but worth a look. One of the many memorials in the area and tells an interesting story.

Thank davemartin3
Reviewed May 28, 2017

Erected to commemorate the children mobilised as part of the Japanese war effort, this monument poignantly reminds us of the terrible cost of war. After visiting the Memorial Museum you realise that many of the casualties from the atomic blast were young children. A sad...More

Thank TravellingManOz
Reviewed May 17, 2017

We were not aware of all the extra children who were in the city the day of the bombing, so this memorial and its audio explanation were very helpful to us. So tragic. The spot is peaceful; a nice recognition of the children who were...More

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