The Schmoe House was originally built as a community center in 1951. Its role now is a gallery in which to tell the stories of people who reached across the sea to help Hiroshima after the atomic bombing. The Schmoe House is a branch of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.

The Schmoe House brochure is available for download.
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Schmoe House

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■Location:
1-2-43 Eba-nihommatsu, Naka-ku, Hiroshima City 730-0834
■Contact:
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Curatorial Division
TEL(082)241-4004 FAX(082)542-7941  E-mail gakugei@pcf.city.hiroshima.jp
■Hours:
9:00~17:00
■Closed:
Mondays (if Monday is a national holiday or August 6, the facility will be open); the weekday after a national holiday; and December 29 to January 3.
■Admission:
Free
■Traffic:
No parking available
○Approx. 50 minutes from the South Exit of JR Hiroshima Station
・Take a streetcar for Eba and get off at Eba. (10 minute walk from the stop)
○Approx. 35 minutes from the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
・Take a streetcar for Eba from Genbaku Dome-mae and get off at Eba.
 (10 minute walk from the stop)
・Take a Hiroden bus for Eba from Chuden-mae, and get off at Sarayama Koen-shita.
 (5 minute walk from the bus stop)
See more
http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/frame/Virtual_e/exhibit_e/exhi07_1.html
http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/Peace/J/pHiroshima4_2.html

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