So, Today’s topic is the Yamato Museum.
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Many people planning to visit Japan.
Have you ever traveled to Hiroshima?
So, There is Peace Memorial Park here, and many people visit.
Therefore, I summarized it together easily.
Kure Port prospered as Japan’s best military port during the war and built the famous battleship Yamato. After the war, it produced many of the world’s largest tankers. This museum introduces shipbuilding, steel, and other science and technology through the history of Kure since the Meiji era.
Since its opening on April 23, 2005, it has been able to welcome approximately 7.2 million visitors by the end of March 2012.
This is a landmark history and science museum nationwide. So, Visitors of all ages can see a wide range of age groups, from those who were riding in it to families, elementary and junior high school groups, and even young couples, who are eager to tour the museum.
On the first floor, a 1/10 scale model of the battleship Yamato, which can be said to be the symbol of this science place, is displayed. Although it is a scaled version, its size is 26.3m long! It is very powerful.
Some museums were used not only for battleships but also for warfare such as fighters and bombs.
Therefore, It is also a place where you can experience while learning about the history of Kure and how to make boats.
Finally, you can eat Navy curry on the terrace.
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It is an irresistible place for those who like history.
Please come and visit it.
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