Mourners Continue To Visit Arson Site

Mourners continue to visit arson site

Anime fans from around the world continue to visit Kyoto to mourn the victims of the arson attack on a famous animation studio one month ago.

Thirty-five people were killed and 34 others were injured after a man spread gasoline and set fire to the studio of Kyoto Animation.

Mourners Continue After Release Of Victims' Names

Mourners continue after release of victims' names

Mourners continue to visit the site of last month's arson attack on a Kyoto Animation studio after police released the names of 10 of the 35 victims.

A university student came to lay flowers after learning that one of the victims was Futoshi Nishiya.

Mourners Attend Ceremony In Nagasaki

Mourners attend ceremony in Nagasaki

Seventy-three years ago on this day, the city of Nagasaki was struck by an American atomic bomb. It killed more than 70,000 people in that year alone.

Thousands of people are commemorating the day at an annual ceremony in the city's Peace Park. This year is the first time a UN Secretary-General attended.

Morning Hours' Mourners In Nagasaki

Morning hours' mourners in Nagasaki

Seventy-three years ago on this day, the city of Nagasaki was struck by an American atomic bomb. It killed more than 70,000 people in that year alone.

Thousands of people are commemorating the day at an annual ceremony in the city's Peace Park. This year will be the first time a UN Secretary-General will attend.

Mourners Pay Tribute To Singer Hideki Saijo

Mourners pay tribute to singer Hideki Saijo

Mourners have paid tribute to the Japanese singer Hideki Saijo, who died earlier this month at the age of 63.

Saijo won a huge following for his energetic singing style. He suffered a stroke in 2003 and another one in 2011, but worked hard on his rehabilitation and continued to perform on stage.