Peace Osaka

 Peace Osaka, also known as Osaka International Peace Center, is a museum that documents the horrors of World War II.

The permanent exhibition room on the first floor shows photographs and other documents related to the the war, highlighting the horror and pain caused by Japan's aggressions in China, Korea and South East Asia. It also documents the US invasion of Okinawa and the atomic bombings.

The second floor is designated to the Osaka Air Raids that destroyed much of the city and killed many of its inhabitants in the end of World War II.

Peace Osaka is located in the south of Osaka Castle Park, a few steps from Morinomiya Station on the Subway Chuo and Nagahori Tsurumi-Ryokuchi Lines.

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