The Peace Museum holds a fascinating & important collection of artifacts and personal photos & documents relating to WWII Kamikaze pilots & their mission. There are whole aeroplanes on display as well as extensive displays devoted to the individual pilots so we get know who they were by reading or hearing their stories.
If you don't read Japanese, ensure you pick up an audio guide to help you understand the exhibits & personal stories. Although, after a while, the personal stories become overwhelming and depressing - such a waste of young life. Pace yourself and look at some bigger exhibits before returning to the individual stories. The Peace Museum should be on everyone's must visit list.
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