Testimonies, Photographs

In “Hiroshima archive”, about 170 testimonies and about 150 photographs can be browsed. To urge a multipronged, overall understanding concerning about the real state of affairs of the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb, pluralistic materials and data were integrated on the digital earth.

Materials and data were offered by the following groups.

  • Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
  • The Hiroshima Jogakuin Gaines Association
  • Hiroshima Baptist Christ Church
  •  The Hachioji Hibakusha Association
  • The Chugoku Shimbun
  • The Adachi-ku Hibakusha Association
  • Hiroshima Jogakuin Junior & Senior High School
  • NGO Ant-Hiroshima
  • Geospatial Information Authority of Japan
  • JIJI Press Ltd.
  • The "former Nakajima district" map from The Chugoku Shimbun
  • Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection: University of Texas Libraries
  • MapData: © OpenStreetMap contributors


Painting works about atomic bomb and nuclear weapon are collected in archives.The following works are collected at present.
・“Myth of Tommorow” by Taro Okamoto
・ “Pictures of Atomic Bomb” by Iri&Toshi Maruki


“Hiroshima ARchive”: iOS & Android smartphone apps are available. The Users of the app can browse the data with overlapping on a map and a camera view. More details.

Demo Movie

The demonstration movie of “Hiroshima Archive” is available. This is a capture movie of the 1st Google Earth version released in 2011. More details.

AR apps

Digital Communities

The Facebook Page of “Hiroshima Archive” is available in Japanese.