THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
December 14, 2022 at 06:40 JST
Teruko Yahata, third from left in the front row, entered a national elementary school one year before the atomic bombing, which killed most of her classmates. (Photo courtesy of Teruko Yahata）
Ms. Teruko Yahata, now 85, was exposed to the atomic bomb at her home when she was 8. In 2013, she joined the Peace Boat’s around-the-world cruise to meet people in various places and spoke about her experiences at ports of call. The voyage strengthened her desire to abolish nuclear weapons. She thought, “There is a precious daily life under each roof.” [Read More]
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