A-bomb flame preserved in Hoshino Village [反核・平和]

朧大橋のある上陽町からさらに奥(東)に入ると,お茶で有名な星野村です.そこには,おそらく世界で唯一保存されている,原爆の火があります.→地図(茶の文化館のそば)  その公園の記念碑に彫られた碑文の英文を転記します.日本語は下の写真をどうぞ.ファスレーン365の日本グループのページにも転載しました.

Monument for Peace

On August 6, 1945, at 8:15 a.m., an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. From the underground air raid shelter of Kinshodo Book Store (at former 25 Kawaya-cho, Hiroshima) that had been burnt down, Mr. Tatsuo Yamamoto took a still flickering flame and brought it to Hoshino Village, his home village. Since then, Mr. Yamamoto had privately preserved it as a light for consoling the souls of the victims and as a light of guidepost for a world peace. And on August 6, 1968, it was solemnly handed over to Hoshino Village and has been kept to this day.

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the atomic bomb, we herewith have built the "Monument for Peace" to pray for the everlasting peace of the world and for the souls of the atomic bomb victims that they may rest in peace.

March, 1995 Hoshino Village

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