Cooperation with local companies to convey the importance of life through hibaku-jumoku, trees that survived the atomic bombing
JMS Co., Ltd. supports the Green Greetings Project. The objective of the project is to protect trees that survived the atomic bombing in Hiroshima, to pass them down to generations to come to disseminate information about the existence of these trees.
While it is difficult for one company to pass down the facts about the war and convey the importance of life, it is possible and meaningful for local companies to cooperate with each other to do so. Based on this idea and in agreement with the concept of peace, JMS, located close to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, participated in the Green Greetings Project. The activity of the project is also in line with the company’s principle: “For irreplaceable life.”
JMS’s aim is to convey the importance of life and the facts about the war, to increase people’s interest in these facts, and to foster love for Hiroshima and dreams that revitalize Hiroshima, through activities to protect and pass down these hibaku-jumoku, or A-bombed trees.
The project is meaningful and outstanding in that local companies cooperate with each other to convey the facts about the war and the importance of life and peace, and to protect and pass down A-bombed trees as a symbol of peace as well as to revitalize Hiroshima—goals that cannot be achieved by one company alone.