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Having lived in Yamaguchi prefecture many years ago, I had heard of the museum but never thought to go there. Finally 30 years later, for a ALT 30 year reunion, we took the ferry to spend time there. We were staying near Tokuyama Station so...More
I got the ferry from Tokuyama Port at 1040 just about 5 minutes from the train station cost is 710Yen each way. It arrived at Uzo Island about 30 minutes later but you need to stay on and get off at the next stop for...More
It was my first time visiting Kaiten Museum. The Museum setting Kaiten picture. And if you visit here, you can see relation pisture of people. I think, it will more good visit.If I was given the chance to go there again, I would be glad...More
I visited Kaiten memorial museum on July. It takes 40 minutes from Tokuyama port to Ohtsushima by ferry, and it takes 10 minutes from port to museum on foot. We walk uphill, finally arrived Kaiten museum. There are Kaiten model, sunken engine, and cenotaph outside...More
I went to this museum from Tokuyama Port and it took about 45 minutes. There is a shop which sells drinks and souvenirs near Umashima port, but it’s so small. If you want to eat something, we should buy it near Tokuyama port.This is far...More
I went to Kaiten museum with my classmates on 12 July.
I didn't know it in detail what happened at Ohtsu Island in the WWⅡ.
I think that we have to understand the history as a human.
Anyway, there was very strong wind in the...More
I have been there for the first time, but I could feel the war´s horror at the time by seeing soldier clothes and pictures. And I found that almost all of soldiers were around 20 years old.
P.S. If you will go to the base...More
We went to the Kaiten Memorial Museum with classmates and teachers for the class.This is my first time to the museum.I saw the kaiten and moved by those samurai,whose spirits and thoughts are so great and brave.I think I will go here again if having...More