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Film maker Pavel Franzusov asked young people from all over their world about their relationship with the Second World War. He artistically translated their stories into short films. Here you can learn about Misato’s perspective from Japan.

Misato is from a Buddhist family. In this edition of histoVOICES she explains why there is no longer a bell in her temple’s bell tower and why she worries that Japan might change its constitution, 75 years after the end of the Second World War.

Listen to Misato´s Story

“We still don’t have a bell as a silent reminder of what happened during the war”

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