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"To foster peace, one friend at a time."

World Friendship Center was founded by Barbara Reynolds on August 7th, 1965
(20 years after the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima)
to provide a place where people from many nations can meet,
share their experiences and reflect on peace.

World Friendship Center has continued Barbara's vision of serving the Hiroshima community
and visitors to the city in a variety of ways.

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at WFC

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A-Bomb Survivors'
Experiences

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Latest News

Korean-PAX Welcome Potluck Party

2017-04-20

Date: Thursday, May 4

Time: 13:00~16:00

Place: Living room of WFC

 

Program

13:00
Welcome Greetings from Maggie or Bernd & from Nanako Yamaashi
Self-introductions of delegates

13:15  Lunch

14:15
Peace Choir
Dance by Tuesday class

14:30
Presentation of each organization
Getting to know each other

16:00  Closing address by Jim Ronald

 

We hope to see you!

Please tell us by April 25 if you plan to join us.

Email: wfchiroshima@nifty.com

Fun Time in English — March

2017-03-07

Date: March 18, 2017

Time: 1:30-3:30PM

Participation Fee: 500 yen

Place: WFC

 

This month’s topic is Klingenberg, Germany, the hometown of WFC Director Bernd.

Learn what makes this very small town on the Main River unique in the world.

In our second hour, Chizuko-san will teach us how to make Seafood Pasta Soup.

 

We hope to see you!

Please tell us by March 15 if you plan to join us.

Email: wfchiroshima@nifty.com

Fun Time in English — February

2017-02-17

Date: February 25, 2017

Time: 1:30-3:30 PM

Participation Fee: 500 yen

Place: WFC

 

Let’s explore the story behind the recent smash hit, “In this Corner of the World”! We’ll watch a 20-minute English video detailing the making of the anime movie. We’ll follow that up with discussion on the movie’s setting in Hiroshima and Kure during World War ll.

 

Our second hour will involve a cooking demonstration and, of course, eating the finished product! Please join us!

 

Please tell us by February 22 if you plan to join us.

Email: wfchiroshima@nifty.com

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Soh-san with guests from Belgium and Switzerland.

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looks still pretty cold there, wonder what cloth to bring end of May?

Any day now it will suddenly get hot and stay hot!

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Soh-san gave his Hibakusha talk to the 2 American families.

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かわいい子供たちでした 夢を持って生きてほしいです