A pair of atomic bomb survivors from Nagasaki have been passing on their experiences using traditional storytelling techniques, as part of efforts to rid the world of nuclear weapons.

Hiroshi Suenaga, 82, a survivor of the 1945 U.S. attack on the city, has documented survivors' stories using kamishibai (paper drama) — a form of narrative-driven performance art that uses paper picture boards. He has put on shows at elementary, junior high and high schools in Japan.

His first kamishibai, titled "No More Hibakusha," is about the life of activist Senji Yamaguchi, who died in July 2013 at age 82.