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It might be a small museum, but it is packed with resources to help visitors understand what happened, and prove that it did happen. It presents a stark contrast to many of the other museums around the place - including the Nagasaki Peace Museum. It's...More
This museum is about Japan's war crimes. It consists of newspaper clippings and photos with very few artifacts. There is limited information in English. I wouldn't bring children here as pictures are graphic. The museum does tell the other side of history which is good...More
I visited three times there.
This place shows Japanese military during WW2 period. Nowadays, most of Japanese people do not know well about modern histroical issue, due to they did not educated that they have got many criminal things to neighboring states.
Some of pictures...More
Oka Masaharu was a minister who devoted his life to getting the Japanese to acknowledge their war crimes during World War 2. His museum is unique and moving - filled with photographs and maps and charts recognizing the Korean and Chinese victims of World War...More