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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Experience the impact that World War II had on Japanese citizens at the National Showa Memorial Museum, which collects, stores, and exhibits historical materials and information associated with the life of Japanese people during and after World War II, with the aim of conveying the hardships of war to future generations.
Since its opening in March 1999, the impressive facility has attracted around 5.9 million visitors. Lose yourself in the permanent exhibit space displaying some 630 relics, or spend the day enjoying the educational audio-visual room, library, or news theater.
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