Worth a visit even although I found this a very sad place to be. The museum is very interesting and I learned a lot of a side of history which, I think is left out of the history books!
We were fortunate enough to meet a man who was a baby at the time the bomb went off. He survived because his parents protected him. We rang the bell of peace before we left and I bought a book about Sadako and her paper cranes.
Highly recommend this visit.
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