The Hiroshima Miracle: Hiroshima Is in the Pink

· 一般社団法人ピースピースプロジェクト
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The comic that learns how to create peace from the history of Hiroshima's reconstruction.

President Obama read it and I received his letter from the White House saying “I was moved”.

This comic based on the true story of women in Hiroshima.

It conveys the historical facts that Hiroshima has undergone a miraculous recovery in the spirit and life after the war, and the strong and beautiful women of Hiroshima who have survived looking forward.

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About the author

Taeko Tada is president of TSP Co., Ltd. and director of the Peace Piece Project. Born and raised in Hiroshima, she was inspired to become a business entrepreneur by her great-grandmother, who lost everything in the atomic bombing but went on to raise her orphaned grandchildren while rebuilding her business. One of those grandchildren was Taeko’s mother. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the bomb and the end of the war, Taeko wrote the five-volume manga Kiseki no Hiroshima (The Hiroshima Miracle). By telling the true story of the women of Hiroshima whose spirit of forgiveness was instrumental in the city’s recovery, she hopes to convey a message to the world about the preciousness of peace.

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