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Zoku Soukai no Himei ~Memories of the War Sleeping in the Sea~ Released on August 31st


Hiroyuki Tomura's photo book "Zoku Aomi no Himei-Memories of War Sleeping in the Sea-" will be released on August 31, 2022 (Wednesday) by Ikaros Publishing (Location: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo).


77 years have passed since the end of the war, and many traces of that war are disappearing.

However, many ships and aircraft are still sleeping on the sea floor. From Okinawa to the Truk Islands, which were Japan's major bases, the Solomon Islands, which were the scene of fierce battles, Guam and Palau, which are also known as tourist destinations, and in Japan, "war memories" remain in Ogasawara and Okinawa. This book is the second collection of photographs of the undersea war legacy collected around the world by Hiroyuki Tomura, who continues to photograph wrecks (sinking ships and aircraft) as his lifework. More than 70 years after the end of the war, we will introduce battleships that retain their former majesty, requisitioned ships that met a tragic end, and various Japanese military aircraft such as the Zero Fighter, all of which are quietly sleeping on the seafloor.

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Beyond the Rumble of the Sea exhibition cooperation


In the Yasukuni Shrine Yushukan Special Exhibition "Beyond the Sound of the Sea", I, Hiroyuki Tomura, have taken photographs of various sunken ships and aircraft sleeping on the seafloor. Please take a look.


[First term exhibition] March 19 (Sat) to December 4 (Sun), 2022

[Late term exhibition] January 1 (Sun), 2023 - December 3 (Sun)

[Place] Yushukan 1st floor special exhibition room


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