The Peace Bell is located on the other side of Peace Park, close to the original blasted roof. Its moral is to let everyone receive the message of peace by ringing the bell. It's a good experience to ring the bell on your own when you visit.
When the bell strikes, the doves of peace fly out, which is spectacular.
The bell is in Peace Park. It does not look like a clock, but rather like a pavilion clock with warning letters on its surface. Japanese students often come to visit. Not many people. General.
Maybe there are too many scars left in this city. It seems that they are still there. It always reminds you that you don't know whether they are good or bad.
A good place for history education. Keep history in mind and yearn for peace.
The bell at the corner of Peace Park, on the north side of the monument, is fast to the road. Visitors can ring their own bells to commemorate the dead.
Peace, peace, the Japanese should admit their mistakes.