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This is an amazing museum with both Japanese and English descriptions. There are enough interactive exhibits to keep young children engaged and a kids area if you want to let them run around while one parent is engaged in the museum.
Outside is an immense...More
The Peace Park contains a large building that holds a museum relating to WW2 events in Okinawa. Outside are memorials to the people who dies during the conflict and a large open grassy area and walkway along the waterfront. The museum is in Japanese and...More
This park is absolutely stunning. the view, the monuments, the serenity of this park is worth the drive here.
if you rent a car, you must come here, look at the thousands of names on the stones, walk to the edge of the island and...More
This park is a must visit on your trip to Okinawa! Nice location, beautiful views, beautiful monuments... The "cornerstones of peace" are impressive and serene. They make you think about this bloody page in history.
This place is amazing! It is a beautiful memorial to those who lost their lives in the WWII battle of Okinawa. There are gardens, fountains and tombs. There are granite slabs inscribes with the names of those who perished, Japanese and Allied alike. My only...More
This place is located in near the ocean. So view is very nice. But a lot of people were hounted down to this place at the end of Okinawa battle during the WW2, and many of them were killed.There are monument name of dead peason...More
I came here with a group of friends. We visited only the park area, not the museum. The park was beautiful! It offers gorgeous views of the sea and a wonderful memorial for those lost in the Battle of Okinawa. Recommend!
There were many walls upon walls of names of soldiers and civilians killed in the Battle of Okinawa. I didn’t look closely to see if there were American names however i did notice a number of Americans visiting the memorial... More
There were many walls upon walls of names of soldiers and civilians killed in the Battle of Okinawa. I didn’t look closely to see if there were American names however i did notice a number of Americans visiting the memorial. The memorial itself is very similar in style to the Vietnam memorial. It might be worth a visit.