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Sadako Sasaki (1943– 1955) was a two-year-old victim of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima in 1945. She passed away from the effects of severe radiation poisoning ten years later. While on her deathbed, Sadako folded one thousand origami peace cranes and has since become a symbol of peace herself.
“I will write peace on your wings and you will fly all over the world.”
– Sadako Sasaki
See our Benevolent Crane Remedy page for a fuller explanation of the Japanese characters, the design, and links to all our products featuring it.
Words & artwork by Ink © 2022. (This collage is composed entirely of original elements and images in the public domain.)