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JMSDF Kure Museum, Kure

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Learn about the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force at JMSDF Kure Museum, a cultural institution dedicated to submarines and, in particular, their use in minesweeping activities throughout the 20th century. With a wealth of artifacts, including weapons and equipment related to missions and daily life onboard, the facility tells the story of technological and geopolitical developments in the post-war era. Climb aboard the Akishio SS-579, a sub that served from 1985 to 2004, to see the cramped living conditions and hear about the impressive work done by those onboard. To visit JMSDF Kure Museum on your holiday in Kure, and find out what else Kure has to offer, use our Kure travel itinerary maker.
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  • Is the Navy facility, but contents are satisfactory. As well as a real submarine, are easier to understand how the exhibition. Also, staff are located in various places, clearly explain.
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  • It is located in front of the Yamato Museum in Kure Harbor naval communications Museum. History exhibition, opening exhibition of minesweepers and submarines, and the centerpiece of the exhibit is retired from active duty in 2004, submarine Akiko Yoshio submarine experience. Is worth a look. Admission is free. From the JR Kure station 5 minute walk. Using the Yamato Museum parking lot parking is paid (100 yen/hour).
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  • Saw the guests while receiving instruction. Admission is free of charge. I got to the calendar. Eating Curry at a café on the ground floor. Is both good and good, solid material around, go and is the Museum's Wu.
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