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Kanto Earthquake Memorial Museum, Sumida

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  • This small but well laid out museum has lots of photographic evidence of the damage caused by the Great Kanto earthquake & the subsequent fires that caused massive destruction after. Museum building s...  more »
  • Entry was free and an information sheet was provided in English which was fortunate as most of the information within the museum had limited translations provided. Sometimes photos speak a thousand wo...  more »
  • This is a must see museum which has two main exhibitions, one of the 1923 earthquake and the other on the US air raids. Both are quite intense and not for the faint hearted as some of the photographs ...  more »
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  • Incredible building. If you're nearby, worth coming to see and pay tribute to people who died during earthquake.
  • Free to enter and see. Explanations in Japanese and English for most items. Shows the horrors of two major events in Japanese history in the 20th century. Also showcases the resilience and recovery from the events.
  • Nice place. Near by the edo museum. This is a little park. In the museum hall are many to see. Its for free.
  • It's the place where other than the A-bomb, many series of unfortunate events happened to the people along the period.
  • This is where we should go. Forget is useless. What if earthquakes Japan is what was happening.
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