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When international students are asked about Hiroshima, most are quick to recall the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, also known as the Atomic Bomb Dome. This building has been left as a memorial to show all Japanese the devastation that was caused by the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan. When international students who came to study in Hiroshima witness this for themselves, they too become inspired to stop war and the use of atomic weapons. Hiroshima is an ideal place for international students to reflect on the meaning of peace. At the same time, they can also experience one of Japan's three most scenic views, the historical Miyajima island. Study in Hiroshima allows international students to experience the progress of culture of the Japanese people firsthand.
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Hiroshima Jogakuin University was founded as Hiroshima Jogakkai in 1886 (in the 19th year of the Meiji Era） by a devout Christian, Rev Teikichi Sunamoto. He invited a missionary, Miss Nannie B. Ga...
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Hiroshima University is a national institution founded in 1949, incorporating many different institutions of higher education. HU has been growing ever since; adding new schools, research institute...
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Fukuyama City University is a public university boldly taking on regional issues facing us in the 21st century. It is located in Fukuyama City at the heart of Japan's Setouchi region. The univ...
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