Messages for Peace
How about painting a picture that will express your feelings about peace and serve as a “message for peace?” The messages for peace that we receive are all preserved at the memorial Hall for 10 years.
These are some of the messages we received.
How to contribute a message for peace
Draw a picture at the Memorial Hall
There are personal computers and card (paper) to draw on available at Peace Information Corner 2.
- Please prepare a sheet of A4-size paper.
- Draw your message for peace to size on one side of the paper.
- On the reverse side write your name, age, gender, when you would like the message to be registered (a date later than one week after posting), and to whom the message is dedicated (select from the below).
[To me 10 years later] [To my father] [To my mother] [To my children]
[To my grandfather] [To my grandmother] [To my friend] [To everyone]
- Please post to the following address.
Messages for Peace Section,
The Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims
7-8 Hirano-Machi, Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture 852-8117, Japan
＊Please do not write messages in very pale colors or paint with an uneven surface.
＊The copyright of submitted works shall reside with the National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims and the Nagasaki Foundation for the Promotion of Peace; the messages may be published on the website of the Memorial Hall or in the “Heiwa” (“peace”) magazine of the Nagasaki Foundation for the Promotion of Peace to whom the management of the Memorial Hall is commissioned.
＊The Memorial Hall will not make public any submissions that it deems as inappropriate and against social norms.
＊Messages submitted cannot be returned.