TOYAMA (Kyodo) A Toyama-based copper product maker known for making the Peace Bell at the atomic bomb memorial site in Hiroshima has made two bells of friendship on order from Japanese cities and delivered them to Sao Paulo and Waitakere, New Zealand.

Oigo Seisakusho, based in Toyama Prefecture, has made more than 100 bells for cities around the world over the last half century in hopes they will be rung as a sign of peace and friendship.

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