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National Showa Memorial Museum, Chiyoda

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  • Once across the Yasukuni Shrine and I am feeling something is set right. Simply living in the Showa period Japan visit this curious but the bottom line is that people are putting a castle it was war victims feel, this museum was exhibited by the bereaved families of the war because I don't know the composition for those studying history or went without properly is easy to get into the logic of the fiddle to Japan.
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  • It is a 9-station 1 minute walk round Park in the North, showing the daily life of the Showa era and after the War Museum. Picture depicting life during wartime on the 1st floor, exhibition room, video room, library, etc. are screened each day. Think history shouldn't be forgotten, there are life-size exhibits 6, exhibition room on the 7th floor and then do not know the war generation who have found a new and would like to visit is once.
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  • Can see the Showa era, especially before and after the World War II era culture and life is overwhelming. You know that you go to war, but how such a mistake. On the day of exhibition agencies for relief from the United States. America did terrible things, but that's it.
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