A museum for inheriting the misery of war and the preciousness of life
Once upon a time, a large amount of poisonous gas weapons were manufactured on Okunoshima. At that time, in order to hide the actual situation of poison gas production, the Okunoshima area was treated as a blank area even in the map issued by the Army, so it came to be called an island that was erased from the map. Today, it has been developed as a vacation village and has become a health resort for the people. On the island, there are only a few remnants of that time, such as the remains of a battery, a power plant, and a poisonous gas storage. It was heartbreaking to have caused many casualties in the process of producing poisonous gas on the island, and the museum was built in 1988 with the aim of complaining of its misery and wishing for permanent peace. Many people now visit this place every year as a place for peace learning.
- business hours
- 09: 00 ~ 16: 30 * Admission is until 16:00. In addition, the opening hours may change temporarily.
- December 29th, December 30th, December 31st, January 1st, January 2nd, January 3rd * Others may be temporarily closed. Please contact us for details (0846-26-3036)
- 19 years old or older / 150 yen, group 19 years old or older / 120 yen, under 19 years old / free, persons with physical disabilities certificate, mental disability certificate, health and welfare certificate, nursing certificate, or Takehara City elementary school and junior high school Admission is exempt for children and students led by teachers for subject study or extracurricular activities.
- 〒729-23115491 Tadanoumi-cho, Takehara-shi
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- Parking Lot
- Please use the Zhonghai Port Public Parking Lot (200 cars, free of charge). If you drive to Okunoshima by ferry, you can use the free parking lot at the second pier. If you want to land a car, please contact Kyukamura Okunoshima in advance.