Nisshin Kowa Memorial Hall, Shimonoseki

(2.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Nisshin Kowa Memorial Hall is located in Shimonoseki. To visit Nisshin Kowa Memorial Hall and other attractions in Shimonoseki, use our Shimonoseki vacation planner.
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  • In the teaching of the history of Japan from the Edo period until the Meiji era firm do that quickly dealt until taishou era from the late Meiji era, after the Pacific war also makes politely. Therefore, do not remember properly about the Sino-Japanese war. However, the Sino-Japanese peace treaty was signed in this respect. In the Memorial Hall was built next to the restaurant existed in the admission is free. The furniture was used during the peace conference, are exhibited. Make time to take a look at the and see it.
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  • From the Akama shrine moved to Memorial Hall. Furnishings were used upon the signing of the Treaty of the peace-time room has been reproduced in the middle of the room. Admission free in is worth a look.
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  • In the adjacent site of the spring sail Lou for this Memorial tells a Nissin peace conference and the Treaty of Shimonoseki's historical significance to future generations, 6/1937, became the stage for the peace conference has been opened. Exhibits and calligraphic furnishings used in the meeting, both countries reserved Ito Hirobumi and Li Hongzhang and beautifully reproduced in the peace conference room is great. Admission is free.
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