Chapter 315: Nagasaki Peace Park (平和公園)

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One of the main tourist attractions is to go visit when you’re in Nagasaki. The Peace Park is there to commemorate the atomic bombing during 9th Aug 1945. It’s a tranquil park with plenty to see. The unique thing about the Peace Park, it’s made up of 2 parks (this, and the Hypocentre Park) and the Memorial Museum. The day started out very quiet, with only a few people in the area, it was almost silent. It’s such a beautiful park, as soon as I entered I could feel a strong vibe of hope and peace.

—Tofu

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