Hiroshima is just a typical city that went through a lot and has a variety of restaurants.
The type of clothing that is worn in Hiroshima is a clothing called kimonos. Most kimonos are made of silk, although they also come in cotton, wool, and linen. Compared to Western dress, the kimono tends to limit one's movement, and it takes more time to wear and store properly. So most Japanese today wear kimonos only on special occasions like formal gatherings and traditional events.
Many Jehovah's Witnesses were jailed because Christianity was not liked in Hiroshima.
In 1945, a man named Tsutomu survived the atomic blast at Hiroshima, he dragged himself into an air-raid shelter, spent the night there, in the morning he caught a train so he could arrive at his job on time in Nagasaki, where he survived another atomic blast.
Horton Hears a Who” was an allegory about Hiroshima and the America’s occupation of Japan and may have been Dr. Seuss’s way of apologizing for his support of Japanese internment.