Host the World Hibakusha Exhibition in your country!


You can let more people know about hibakusha by holding an exhibition in your country. 

We will lend you photos of hibakusha from around the world, taken by six Japanese photographers.


The size of the photo panels (with Japanese and English explanations) is A2 (43cm x 60cm).Depending on the size of the venue, we can lend you as many as you need from the 120 photos available.

Depending on the size of the venue, we can lend you as many as you need from the 120 photos available.


We also have laminated A3 novice (39cm wide x 50cm long) photos, which are available for display in event tents, galleries along the aisles, and other challenging locations.


We will consult with you about the rental fee, depending on the size of the exhibition, its duration, and the organization conducting the exhibition.

Shipping costs are the responsibility of the exhibition organizer.

We also ask that donations be made to the World Hibakusha Exhibition at the venue. 

Please contact us for details.


Copies of the photos are also available for sale.


To request a loaner photo, please contact us for more information.  You can also view sample PDFs and actual artwork.

Email: hibakushaten@gmail.com

Tel: +81-80-3558-3369 (Anzai)



We are promoting THE HIBAKUSHA project with the aim of holding photo exhibitions in 100 countries around the world.


Outline of THE HIBAKUSHA Project

We will aim to hold THE HIBAKUSHA, a collaborative event whose core is the World Hibakusha Exhibition, around the world.


We will provide to hosting countries, on long-term loan, photo panels for a traveling photo exhibition within that country.


To make the photo exhibition more effective, we will publish a photo collection book in each language.


We will establish in Japan a permanent exhibition space for the World Hibakusha Exhibition, to serve as a place for interaction with overseas.


■THE HIBAKUSHA Plan Outline■

A collaborative event to convey the prayers of hibakusha (victims of radiation exposure) for a world without nukes


Towards a Nuclear-Free World (tentative title)



The photographs of the World Hibakusha Exhibition, which convey the realities of nuclear damages around the world and the prayers of hibakusha for a nuclear-free world, have aroused the sympathy of many people, leading them to ask, “What can we do in response to nuclear problems?” or to feel, “I want to do something!”


As part of the Yes Peace! Project, which started up on the occasion of 70 years from war’s end, we will call upon local groups of many countries to host THE HIBAKUSHA, a collaborative event that includes photos of the World Hibakusha Exhibition as a core element.


THE HIBAKUSHA program would be assembled by a host group in each country.  The contents and collaborations will be relevant to each host country and, to the extent possible, will incorporate fitting contents and collaborations from Japan and other countries.  Planners will be encouraged to introduce not only negative histories, but also hope-inspiring efforts toward renewable energy and peace-building relevant to each country’s situation. 

Also, wherever possible, we will publish the World Hibakusha Exhibition photo collection book in each host country’s language.  By combining these efforts we anticipate that THE HIBAKUSHA will become an event that draws broader social interest.


Photo panels produced in the language of each country/region will be provided to the local host group, on long-term loan basis, so THE HIBAKUSHA can tour to other locations within the country/region after the initial exhibition has concluded.


■Host/Sponsor  Planning Committee of each country (or area)

■Collaborator (or Co-sponsor)  NPO No More Hibakusha THE HIBAKUSHA Project Team

■Envisaged Event Format

     Exhibition length About 1 month per location

     Program 1    World Hibakusha Exhibition (photo exhibition)

                     2 Contents related to nuclear and radiation exposure

                           (Photography, film, drama, music etc. of host country, Japan and other places in the world)