Run by Kato-san and her family, this ryokan is quiet and clean, with breakfast available at ¥600.
Retrieved April 15, 2022.
I finally woke up to a stream of light filtering in through the bandages over my eyes and my mother sitting beside me, playing a lullaby on her harmonica.
Tickets are usually ¥1800, but a peek in the lobby and the post-show merriment are free.
Retrieved April 27, 2022.
The trams themselves are a mix of old rattle-traps and sleek, new "Green Movers" — although they all run on the same lines for the same fares.
Retrieved March 21, 2022.
Almost forty years later, Hersey returned to Hiroshima to write a follow-up article, which continues the survivors' stories in the post-war years, and it is included in new editions of the book.