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Tokyo Metropolitan Daigo Fukuryƫ Maru Exhibition Hall entrance.
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The Daigo Fukuryu Maru (Lucky Dragon No. 5) was a wooden tuna fishing boat that was exposed to nuclear fallout from the United States' hydrogen bomb test on Bikini Atoll, on March 1, 1954.
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The hydrogen bomb was 1,000 times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
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Fukuryu Maru had a crew of 23 men. They all got radiation sickness.
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The Fukuyu maru was based in Yaizu Port, Shizuoka.
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Top deck of Fukuryu Maru.
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Panel displays explained the sad story of the Fukuryu Maru.
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The hydrogen bomb that affected the Fukuryu Maru.
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Radiation illness of crew members.
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Grieving family of a crew member who died.
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People refused to buy tuna due to radiation fears.
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Engine of the Fukuryu Maru is displayed outside.
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Engine of the Fukuryu Maru.
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Tuna Memorial for the contaminated tuna fish.
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Walking to another part of Yumenoshima.
 
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