Kasuga, 2009 - winnick
On a sign near this spot:

A plutonium atomic bomb (nicknamed “Fatman”) dropped by the American B29 bomber “Bockscar” exploded in the air about 500 meters over this site at 11:02 a.m., August 9, 1945, causing approximately 150,000 deaths or injuries.

The ground in the hypocenter area was strewn with huge amounts of debris from destroyed buildings, scorched earth, melted glass, and other material. The original ground level is preserved and displayed here as important evidence of the atomic bomb disaster.

On a sign near this spot:

A plutonium atomic bomb (nicknamed “Fatman”) dropped by the American B29 bomber “Bockscar” exploded in the air about 500 meters over this site at 11:02 a.m., August 9, 1945, causing approximately 150,000 deaths or injuries.

The ground in the hypocenter area was strewn with huge amounts of debris from destroyed buildings, scorched earth, melted glass, and other material. The original ground level is preserved and displayed here as important evidence of the atomic bomb disaster.