News Release

Pride of Hiroshima Exhibition, May 18-June 4

March 30, 2023

March 30, 2023

Pride of Hiroshima Exhibition, May 18-June 4

The Enterprise of Hiroshima Prefecture Companies from Postwar Recovery to the Future

Hiroshima, Japan; March 29, 2023 - In conjunction with the G7 Hiroshima Summit, the Pride of Hiroshima Exhibition will be held at Canopy Square, located in Hiroshima Gate Park, from May 18 until June 4, 2023. Twenty-six Hiroshima Prefecture companies will participate, highlighting postwar recovery, current and future efforts.

The concept guiding the exhibition is "to provide people from around the world the opportunity to experience the path to recovery traveled by the people of Hiroshima, the resplendent sight of Hiroshima today, and their dreams for the future." The exhibition will display precious objects preserved by participating companies as well as panels showcasing the initiatives of companies founded and expanding their business in Hiroshima, along the path to recovery out of the devastation of the Great War 78 years ago and up to the present day, continuing to hope for achieving a lasting peace, fostering diverse values, and realizing a sustainable future.

The Pride of Hiroshima Exhibition Executive Committee is comprised of the companies participating in this exhibition, which is wholeheartedly supported by Hiroshima Prefecture, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Citizens Council for the Hiroshima Summit. More information about the exhibition and exhibits will be provided at a later date.


Pride of Hiroshima Exhibition


Thursday, May 18 ~ Sunday, June 4, 2023


Canopy Square located in Hiroshima Gate Park




Pride of Hiroshima Exhibition Executive Committee

Chairman: Koji Ikeda

Deputy Chairman: Kiyotaka Shobuda

Secretariat: Mazda Motor Corporation


Hiroshima Prefecture, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Citizens Council for the Hiroshima Summit

Participating companies

(Japanese alphabetic order)


Andersen Institute of Bread & Life Co., Ltd., IZUMI Co., Ltd., EDION Corporation, Otafuku Sauce Co., Ltd., Kumahira Co., Ltd., Xyence Corporation, Satake Corporation, Daiso Industries Co., Ltd., Daiwa Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., The Chugoku Shimbun Co., Ltd., The Chugoku Electric Power Co., Inc., RCC Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Chudenko Corporation, Nishikawa Rubber Co., Ltd., Nishikido Corporation, Hirogin Holdings, Inc., Hiroshima Aluminum Industry Co., Ltd., Hiroshima Gas Co., Ltd., Hiroshima Electric Railway Co., Ltd., Hiroshima Toyo Carp Co., Ltd., Hiroshima Mazda Co., Ltd., Fukuya Co., Ltd., Fujita Corporation, Fresta Holdings Co., Ltd., Mazda Motor Corporation, and Momiji Bank,Ltd.


The exhibition will be divided into three zones: Postwar Recovery, Present, and Future. Each zone will display relevant objects and panels presenting the industry and perseverance of participating companies during each of these periods.


Please note that road traffic control in the city is in force for a period from May 18 to 22, 2023 due to the G7 Hiroshima Summit.

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