From Hiroshima to the world.
"A Hiroshima Flower Festival"
It is an annual event from May 3rd to 5th having a peace flower festival from Hiroshima to all the countries of the world as its main theme. It is held at the midtown area at and around Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.
This year it enters upon the 34th year and attracts a wide audience over one million during three days. It has become a deep-rooted-event like a symbol of a change of season from spring toward summer i.e. people ,animals and flowers become active.
"Spring is now at its best!!
Flowers in Hiroshima are in full bloom."
Cherry blossoms proclaiming spring of Japan are now in full bloom.
Around the site of International Conference Center Hiroshima, the place of congress there are beautiful cherry-lined streets and now Hiroshima presents a lively scene with people enjoying the cherry blossoms.
There is a traditional custom in Japan to eat and drink talking together with good friends under the cherry blossoms.
People delight in the advent of spring. Hiroshima is now in season beamed with new hopes.
'11.05.16…Final Abstract Book
'11.05.16…Final Program and Schedule
'11.04.14…The early registration is extended to April 25th.
'11.03.31…From the President
'11.03.31…The early registration is extended 2 weeks.
'11.03.22…Program and schedule (draft1)
'11.01.31…Research Award Finished
'11.01.31…Submit Abstract Closed
'11.01.13…Deadline for Abstract Acceptance
'10.11.15…Travel Grants Finished
'10.11.04…Post Congress Events
'10.06.29…Deadlines and Updates
About the concept of
The main stream of the concept of this logo is the flag of Japan. Red and white are used. The right IADMFR logo is imaged as the red center circle of Japanese flag, which means the sun. The sunshine pours a lot of radiations. In the white background, you can see a dove and Torii. Torii is a Japanese word, which means a gate of a shrine. This Torii is the symbol of Miyajima, one of the 2 world heritages in Hiroshima. Miyajima is the name of a holly island, which has Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, the main attraction of Aki no Miyajima, long known as one of Japan's "three beauty spots.
The LOGO means “Radiation and Peace” in Hiroshima!