トップページ被爆資料陸軍被服支廠制服 (上着)


識別コード 3101-0089
資料名 陸軍被服支廠制服 (上着)
寄贈者(カナ) 塚本 ハナヨ(ツカモト ハナヨ)
寄贈者(英語) Hanayo Tsukamoto
受入年月日 1969/08/04
寸法(幅×高さ×奥行)(mm) 330×640
被爆地(旧町名) 紙屋町
被爆地(現町名) 紙屋町
爆心地からの距離(m) 250
数量 1
内容 塚本静江さん(当時23歳)は、東白島町の自宅から出汐町の広島陸軍被服支廠に出勤途中、紙屋町交差点で被爆した。父の利夫さん(当時51歳)は静江さんを捜し回り、7日にようやく井口村にあった陸軍運輸部船舶司令部の部隊の事務所に自力で逃げていることをつきとめた。静江さんは全身に大火傷を負い、体が変形し、声を聞くまで本人とは分からないほどの悲惨な姿だった。静江さんはかろうじて意識があり、利夫さんが来てくれたことを大変喜んだ。しかし家族の懸命の看病の甲斐もなく、治療も満足に受けられないまま、10日に亡くなった。静江さんはいつも早い時間に出勤していたのに、たまたまあの日遅くてもよいとの指示を受け8時頃に家を出たので、爆心地近くで被爆してしまった。利夫さんは火葬にした骨を、母と兄弟たちが待つ自宅に持ち帰った。
ブロック別 紙屋町・本通地区
展示説明文 塚本静江さん(当時23歳)の遺品
展示説明文(英語) Belongings of Shizue Tsukamoto (23 years old)
Donated by Hanayo Tsukamoto, Shizue’s mother
On August 6, Shizue Tsukamoto was exposed to the bombing in Kamiya-cho, on her way to work at the Hiroshima Army Clothing Depot. On the 7th, her father Toshio (then 51) and younger brother Shoso (then 14) discovered Shizue, who had escape to the city outskirts. Shizue died on the 10th. Toshio cremated her body and brought the remaining bones and ashes to their home in the north of the prefecture, where her mother and younger siblings were waiting.
These belongings were what Shizue was wearing that day.
[Story by Shizue’s sibling]
My father and younger brother finally found my older sister Shizue. She had suffered such severe burns all over her body that they couldn’t even tell it was her until they heard her voice. The black ash had gotten even inside her skin. When my father said to her, “Shizue, we’re here!” my sister, who was barely conscious, responded, “I'm glad you came,” and cried. As Shizue, who was unable to receive sufficient treatment, wanted to eat a peach, my younger brother searched desperately, and was able to give her a peach. But my sister died, despite the best care my father and brother could give her.
They cremated Shizue and brought her remains back to our home. Listening to what happened to her, we cried saying, “We should think it’s lucky that she made it back home even as bones and ashes.”
資料性質 被爆資料


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